Thirty Days of Video Games Day Thirteen – Games Played More Than Five Times

First off, I’m not going to mention the countless times that I’ve played DDR, ITG, any game from the Halo, Tekken or Marvel vs. Capcom series or any other fighting, MMO, racing, causal or online FPS game. Those types are very easy to play more than once, let alone five times. In reality, we’ve all played Tetris more than five times in our lifetime.

Mass Effect 1 & 2 – Both Mass Effect games got more than five times worth of playtime. I wanted to get all the achievements in Mass Effect and once the second installment came out, it only felt right to get all the achievements. It took me a while, and a lot of screaming at the TV while playing on insanity, but I finally did it and both games have been completely finished. I’ve thought about playing both again before Mass Effect 3 drops

Dragon Age: Origins – Another game that I made my mission to get all the achievements in. I then got the game for PC because I knew the controls would be better and there was a deal on Steam. There are only a handful of games that I have bought for multiple systems and this game and the two that follow are among them.

Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic 1 & 2 – I’ve played both these games several times over that I’ve lost count. The story, characters and having it set in the Star Wars universe doesn’t hurt it either. Once computers started to upgrade and new versions of Windows started to come out, it was harder and harder to get both of these games to work. Thankfully KotOR was released on Steam but for KotOR 2, I had to do a work around in order for my discs to work. Even though KotOR 2, made by Obsidian, was rushed, is buggy and should have been better, I still love the game and I still wish for a KotOR 3.

Runners up that are close to that fifth play through mark are Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy VI, Oblivion, Fable 2 & 3 as well as Heavy Rain but as of right now, those five above are the most played.

Share this article:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on tumblr
Share on email
Share on whatsapp

Recent Posts

No Rest for the Wicked Key Art Gaming News

No Rest For The Wicked Launch Trailer

Many people are most familiar with Moon Studios from their games in the Ori universe. Those games are filled with some of the best and most complex platforming mechanics and …


Are Subscription Services Like Xbox’s Game Pass Good for Developers?

People have questioned the benefit of Game Pass since its original release in 2017. Subscription services can have amazing benefits for the consumer but does it negatively impact developers? The …

Kamikaze Lasspalnes in game screenshot PAX East

A Plane Dating Sim? Kamikaze Lassplanes @ PAX East 2024

When we say that Shidosha has an interesting taste in games, we are not exaggerating. Are you into bullet hell shooters? How about dating sims? Well if that piques your …

No Love Lost - person fighting an alien creature PAX East

A Colorful Competitive Extraction Shooter – No Love Lost @ PAX East 2024

No Love Lost is a new extraction shooter from Ratloop Games Canada. You are dropped onto an alien world and have to compete against not only the enemy team but …

Heartworm game art. A woman with short dark hair holding a camera PAX East

A PS1 Styled Masterpiece – Heartworm @ PAX East 2024

PAX continues to deliver new and unique gaming experiences. This year, one of our favorite games was Heartworm, a PS1 style horror game with Tank controls. Inspired by games like …

Warframe and Soulframe Live Devstream at PAX East Gaming News

Warframe and Soulframe Make an Apprearance at PAX East 2024

Digital Extremes held their most recent Devstream live during PAX East 2024, celebrating 11 years of Wareframe. One of the most exciting bits of news was the deeper look into …