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Dan 18 feb 2014, ore 11:25
How people have a playtime over 9k hours?
HOW THE FUQ?
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Two Bears 18 feb 2014, ore 11:27 
Not me. I'm probably around 3k by this point. I have no idea how you get 9k unless that is just about all you do in life.
Hamsterbytes , bits and nibbles 18 feb 2014, ore 11:31 
I have missing hours. I am over 1k myself. I had my hours go reverse a few months back.
Dan 18 feb 2014, ore 11:34 
Messaggio originale di Two Bears:
Not me. I'm probably around 3k by this point. I have no idea how you get 9k unless that is just about all you do in life.
yea i think so too
gnewna 18 feb 2014, ore 11:37 
If you had bought it on the day of release and played nearly eleven hours a day every single day without fail, then you, too, could have that many hours. I would guess that probably people leave their machine on with Skyrim running while doing other stuff, or there is some way to fake it.
Ayanami 18 feb 2014, ore 11:43 
=)
NEMESIS :-) 18 feb 2014, ore 11:48 
wow! makes by 90-ish hours seem quite small !
Incunabulum 18 feb 2014, ore 12:14 
Start the game, let it get to the main menu, go to work.
NEMESIS :-) 18 feb 2014, ore 12:16 
gotta try that !
TheDemonKing 18 feb 2014, ore 12:49 
Messaggio originale di Incunabulum:
Start the game, let it get to the main menu, go to work.

Works like a charm
Savick 18 feb 2014, ore 13:20 
I have 1630 hrs but I've been mostly unemployeed for the last year.
Zefram Cochrane 18 feb 2014, ore 15:06 
Messaggio originale di gnewna:
If you had bought it on the day of release and played nearly eleven hours a day every single day without fail, then you, too, could have that many hours. I would guess that probably people leave their machine on with Skyrim running while doing other stuff, or there is some way to fake it.

Nah, I bought it back in august during a steam sale, according to Steam I'm at 1239 hours now. I don't play it all day just a few hours each day, certainly not 11 hours and I don't leave it running unattended thats just a waste of money and besides, the graphics card fan noise would drive me nuts. Why would I want to fake it? Its not a competiton.
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gnewna 18 feb 2014, ore 15:21 
Well, quite, I was being a little facetious ;) I've been playing since December and am at... a lot of hours. But I'm pretty much housebound at the moment, in chronic pain but painkillers don't work, so it serves as a useful distraction. Still nowhere near 11 hours a day, mind you! (I did use sums to get the eleven hours thing, but they may well have been wonky sums due to brainfog associated with the pain and such).
ᵏᶤᵚᶤ‰ 18 feb 2014, ore 15:34 
heh
i imagine a lot of people, including myself, have passed out at the pc mid game which contributes to large chunks of playtime ^^
Ultima modifica da ᵏᶤᵚᶤ‰; 18 feb 2014, ore 15:34
Leo Star Dragon 1 18 feb 2014, ore 20:27 
Messaggio originale di ᵏᶤᵚᶤ‰:
heh
i imagine a lot of people, including myself, have passed out at the pc mid game which contributes to large chunks of playtime ^^

Hi! I've nodded off only find to keyboard imprints on my forehead. I hate when that happens. But it wasn't always during a gaming session, if at all. I think most of the time, it was while waiting for some task to complete, like downloads, disc scans, et al. I've also done it though, while writing. Sometimes in forums. So far, not this one though.
moo 18 feb 2014, ore 20:38 
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