What video game have you been playing the longest?

Alexander.

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Name a title you've played for the longest amount of time in your collection more or less gradually? What's so special about the game? When did you start playing it?
 

Nova

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I think recently revived playing the Age of Empires 3. And it was kind of good time being spent on that title. There are times when I feel like spending some time playing such type of games.
 

Barida

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Call of duty is a game that I have enjoyed playing as you can see that there are scenes in the game that makes you want to play till you have exhausted all the energy in you. So, what is necessary for me is have a bottle of water beside me while I play the game.
 

makoyyy

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for me, the longest game I've probably played is minecraft. 🟩 😁

because honestly, it's like Legos. You can do anything with it. and when you've run out of stuff, just download some free community DLC, aka mods, and modpacks. 🤩

endless fun.
 

zodiac2k

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There are two games that I played for a very long time.... Diablo 2 and LoD extension in sum probably for 3 years after their release.

But the most time I spend in Ultima Online, mainly playing RPG freeshards for about 5 years. I really enjoyed the non toxic community there and getting to learn the people playing with in real-life-events.
 

makoyyy

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for me, the longest game I've probably played is minecraft. 🟩 😁

because honestly, it's like Legos. You can do anything with it. and when you've run out of stuff, just download some free community DLC, aka mods, and modpacks. 🤩

endless fun.
I think that, technically, the oldest game I have actually played and still play from time to time would be Microsoft Pinball 3D, Minesweeper, and Tetris. 🤣

Tetris, because I first set my hands on it in brick game form as a child, and since them have played many variations since. 😋
Until these latest versions of Tetris that have been coming out.

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HopeHunter

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Name a title you've played for the longest amount of time in your collection more or less gradually? What's so special about the game? When did you start playing it?
I have spent the most time playing Animal Crossing New Horizons. I like that you can explore and be creative and have a bond with your Animal Villagers. It literally got me through the pandemic.
 

evelador

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It's definitely World of Warcraft for me. I've been playing WoW since 2009 and still do to this day
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Currently, there are also "fresh servers" on which players start new. Here is the Blizzard Bluepost about the new servers. However, I can't recommend it because you sometimes have to wait 2 hours to get on the server because of the queue.
 

wlkLinken

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I’ve been playing WoW since 2005. I played EQ for quite a few years before. Our guild and friends started WoW and told me about how great it was, and they weren’t wrong. 😀

Vanilla was fun, but more punishing than now. Even though I miss the community aspect, there have been so many QoL upgrades since then.

I’ve PvP’d, raided in Vanilla, BC and some MoP. I’ve taken breaks, played other games alongside this one, but I always come back. This is by far my favorite game.

I love the combat, class/race choices and customization, the zones and music, and all the different things you can do. And now I'm waiting for WotLK Classic to come.

How about you?
 

Ravendipity

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Probably Left 4 Dead. I've been playing it, and the sequel, since they came out. Can't go wrong with the classics, right?
 

Crystal vase

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I really don't know, to be honest. It could be RE2.

20 years ago, I was never done playing RE games on the PlayStation. Before that, it was Tekken 3. The tag one is still the best, in my opinion. I liked the 8 on 8 battle modes, where you had to eliminate every team member to win. It even let you do handicap matches, so you could half that to become 8 versus 4. Provided you felt up for the challenge, it was a good way to test your might. There was even an official joystick, for arcade lovers.

It had this funny bowling mode where you had to blast the skittles. Imagine a bear doing bowling. Yeah. The little dance he did was funny too. Panda was the pallet swap for Kuma, but she just did the same moves.
 
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