Discussion in 'Civ5 - General Discussions' started by maltz, Jul 18, 2011.
I bet a LOT of people's answers have changed within a year.
150 hours; most of the time I play for like 8 hours straight
Almost 500, but I am far from expert. This is because I only play marathon.
Just passed 200,got the game when it first came out but with each patch that came out it became less and less playable on my old machine so I took about one year off.Now that I have a new rig Im back to playing alot would probably have 500 if not for that lost year!
249 hours to date. However, I am still working on King level on standard speed. If I can beat this level without receiving a lucky starting positionlike I did with my Persian game on a medium sized island, then I can move on to Emperor level.
I also regard myself as a newb in terms of multiplayer civ 5. I've only covered about 20 or so hours in multiplayer.
I recently got this game and I got 125 hours played so far wow, I need to catch up.
1231 hours. Had to downgrade to Immortal lately, after a long, long break, but, going back up real soon. Game's not perfect, but rather replayable.
260. I'm playing on King and Epic speed.
LOL...I'm way over 3000 hours. Yikes...that's over 125 full days of play...or over a years play using an 8 hour work day. This of course doesn't include the years of CIVI-4 gameplay.
Believe it or not I DO have a life beyond Civ!
Hehe well i think Steam does turn the counter even if you didnt start a game(only CiV opened). I'm also surprised how much hours i have in ''bank'' since that i work at full time, taking care of a girlfriend(who lives with me) and many friends around. I'm also over 3000.
I think i can easily reduce 25%-35% of the actual time to have a better view of ''real'' hours played.
I hit 200 this weekend. I have been playing for a little over a year, and have played other games as well. (I also have a career and a wife, she said not to tell her that I hit 200 hours in a video game)
According to Steam, I am up to 1726, but this counts the time waiting for the CPU to calculate the moves of the other players. I favor huge maps and marathon games, otherwise the ages go by too fast and the maps too small.
1,640 hours according to Steam
However, I had numerous Steam outages in that space, so I'd probably be able to tack on an extra 50 hours to that.
392 hours. Other then minecraft, I have played civ 5 the most out of all the games I own on steam.
1047 (according to steam) If you count offline hours its probably more . Although I suspect 1/4 of those are when I just leave civ open while I do other stuff.....
Steam shows 3000, but I played almoust a year offline.
99 hours, but I'll be going up later this afternoon.
I have 860 and almost none of it is idle. I know plenty of people with more than 1000 and even some with over 1500.
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