Steam fixed a 'crash for users with around 25,000 or more games'
Jesus, and I thought my 629 games was a lot. haha
25000 games hell make that million or trillion or infinite amounts of games next.
530 out of 2,307 games played 22% according to steam dB for me... Wow that's some backlog for me
Is it even practically possible to play this many games even in the entire life?
Rough estimate. Average game length 8 hours, playing 12 hours per day, every day... 45 years.
Even if you don't try and finish them and only play each one for 2 hours and only play 2 hours per day it's still 68 years.
I have just under 900, and thought I had a lot of the games worth owning. Someone bought a lot of shovelware bundles.
do you buy games for decoration or do you play it?
I have humble monthly, and I buy bundles when they're worthwhile. Work and the gym keeps me from beating most games, but I like to at least try the games I'm interested in. I don't even know how I managed to complete games like Morrowind back in the day.
That's a mountain of shovelware. Even junk developers like these types of customers who buy their game just because they have big money lying around.
I feel like a total noob now, I only have 194 games on steam. And I've had steam since it was still in beta!
I thought 400 games was too many, guess I'm wrong.
I've yet to even begin like 95% of my steam backlog. So many games, so little time.
Around 1000 hentai games for me.
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