Your personal year in gaming (2023 now)

Antimatter

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Steam Replay is now a feature. It presents a wrap-up of each player's time on Steam in 2022. Available at this link: https://store.steampowered.com/replay?src=6&snr=1_2108_9__2107

Of course, I don't always play only on Steam, but still, it's a good feature. So I'm sharing my results and looking forward to yours.

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What this page doesn't show are other highlights, such as personal GotY, biggest surprise, biggest disappointment, etc, but it's understandable--as those are not related to statistics. Feel free to add such highlights!

My personal's GotY is Metal: Hellsinger, for my other picks, see the Steam Awards thread.
 

O_Bruce

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Skyrim was played this year via Steam family sharing because I lost a bet with my girlfriend

Also, of course, Steam data don't show the entire story. For example, it doesn't show the insane playtime in Diablo 2 Resurrected. I'll share some data, and this year's progress on my Holy Grail challenge (find every set and unique item in-game):
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Urdnot_Wrex

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Longest streak, unsurprisingly, was during a sick leave :).

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No surprise that the majority of games I have played are 1-7 years old, but the percentage of new games surprised me quite a bit. Yay for statistics!

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I didn't know "cats" was its own category, but yeah that was because of Stray.

What I don't know is if the statistics count the time played in offline mode, probably not.
 

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Steam Year in Review 2023 is available now, yay! Just click this button to see your own report. I love the graph and numbers they show there.

I'll share a few snippets from my report, please share yours!

14 days of playing BG3 non-stop, yay. I wonder how that would look for people like @Black Elk for example. 😇

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Played 10 new games in 2023, and that's only on Steam, and not counting all the numerous demos. And 26 Steam games overall (again, this doesn't include demos).
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My favorite genres (funny that there is no RPG there, wow):
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O_Bruce

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I feel like damned traitor:
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64% time played on Monster Hunter, 18% time played on other Monster Hunter, 6% time played on Baldur's Gate, and BG2, which I am supposed to finish at some point isn't even concluded. On the other hand, the 69 played sessions are noice.

On Steam, I have played in no new titles released in 2023
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It seems the most time played were in cooperative games (I think Monster Hunters can count an those) and fantasy games. Surival? What? Surprisingly, something as specific as Dungeon and Dragons is mentioned! Also, fighting games. Strange that apparently "Fighting games" and "2D fighting games" count as separate categories for the reason I cannot comprehend.
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Now, I almost felt proud in myself that I started playing less from June onward... Only for me to realize that D4 released in June. Silly me, I won't be getting more productive with my time anytime soon.
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Urdnot_Wrex

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Here's my own Steam review of 2023.

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The large number of sessions is because I often play when idle during on-call duty, which means frequent interruptions.
I was suprised about the high percentage of Elder Scrolls Online, but then, there was a long period in spring and summer when I barely played at all, except for Diablo 1 in March which was on GoG and doesn't appear. ESO has become my "comfort food" which I can play when otherwise my mind would only work for watching a show or something, not playing something complex.

Red is ESO, Green BG3, Purple CP2077 and Blue Yakuza: Like a Dragon.

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The spider graph is rather obvious.
Interactive Fiction was probably Stray Gods, Rhythm was Metal Hellsinger.
Tower Defense though was my kid playing Bloons TD6 through my account :)


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BelgarathMTH

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I could log into Steam and post mine, but it would be wildly misleading, because of massive hours I spend per year in World of Warcraft and Might and Magic 6-7-8.

I've also spent a lot of time this year playing original Baldur's Gate 1 from GoG in offline-backup mode, i.e. directly downloaded to my computer and played with no client running.
 

shmity72

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I could log into Steam and post mine, but it would be wildly misleading, because of massive hours I spend per year in World of Warcraft and Might and Magic 6-7-8.

I've also spent a lot of time this year playing original Baldur's Gate 1 from GoG in offline-backup mode, i.e. directly downloaded to my computer and played with no client running.
Me too. I don't even launch ESO with steam any more a stand alone client is one less hoop to go through.
 
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