Games we wish we had more time for

Screenshot-40I wish there were more hours in a day, although I’m not exactly sure that I would spend it gaming (I could use a few more hours of sleep, or some other hobby of mine). That being said, lets pretend for a minute that we were going to use those hours for gaming. What game would you find yourself in? If you had absolutely no limits on money or time, where would you be adventuring?

I’m sure I would be playing the same games I play right now, but perhaps with a bit more variety, and change. Right now I tend to ‘binge’ on the games I enjoy, and rotate through them all. With a bit more time I may play more than just the small handful I enjoy currently each day. Specific games that I would love to make time for? Sure, I have those.

Sims 3 – my legacy family is feeling neglected. This is my go-to non-mmo game (typically) but since I’ve been filling that time lately with Tropico, I haven’t had time to play.

Everything in my steam library, but most notably:

  • Divinity: Original Sin
  • Skyrim
  • The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot
  • Civilization V
  • Starbound
  • Terraria
  • Tomb Raider

This doesn’t even begin to glance at the other MMOs that I would love to spend more time playing (Hearthstone, I’m looking at you, and Heroes of the Storm though I haven’t made my way into that beta yet). Guild Wars 2 is a game I’d like to step back into for more than a second, the Landmark and ArcheAge betas have been neglected as I wait for content and divide my time, and I have been contemplating trying DCUO just because I haven’t tried it before and why not when everyone has all-access if they’re subscribed to a single SOE game.

So. What games would you play if you had unlimited time and money?

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2 Comments

  1. I would like to think that I would use these extra hours to finish some of the accumulated pile of single-player RPGs that I want to play through (Skyrim, Divinity series, Witcher series, …). But if I’m honest I would probably just play more hours of whatever game is currently occupying my gaming time (currently Marvel Heroes). I’m really bad at splitting my time between multiple games.

  2. I surprised myself this summer by getting sucked into the vortex that is the Sims3. I had never played Sims before and now I spend hours a day messing around with Sims lives.

    I really wanted to get into WildStar, but lost interest after the first month. It is a game I want to love, but I find I just don’t have the patience for an MMO these days. Plus the monthly fee starts to bug me if I can’t play a lot of hours in a week to get my money’s worth. I probably spend more on single player games lately, but at least I can always go back to them at any time I want after purchase.

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