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How big is your Steam library?
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      Value: 2230€ | Today's prices: 10173€
      Games owned: 1199
      Games played: 48 (4%)
      Hours on record: 471.0h

Steam account is 6 years old (created on 25 Dec, 2017)

i got the most games via Fanatical, Humble and other Keyshops. A few games in my library was free to keep and some others was complimentary (Free to play). I got some keys via Indiegala's Gameplay Giveaway.

Another interesting fact: just in a few cases i spend more than €20 ($22/£17) for a single game.
brightskies Jan 20
  • 12.2 years

  • Level 25

  • Account value

  • 229€

  • 82 out of 123 games played (66%)

  • Average price

  • 12,57€

  • Average price per hour

  • 0,03€

  • Hours on record

  • 6,634h

  • Average playtime

  • 80.9h

I'm one game Andy... I only buy games where I know I can squeeze the most out of it
Pengling Jan 20
Alright, here's mine;

Years: 2
Games owned: 230
Games played: 112 (48%)
Hours on record: 661.7h
Average playtime: 5.9h
Value: £691 (Today's prices: £2382)
Average price per hour: £1.03 (All games), £1.03 (Only paid games), £0.65 (Only played games)

The value figures are waaaaaaay off, because the vast majority of my library comes from sales and Fanatical key-bundles that cost peanuts, along with freebies that folks on GOL are kind enough to call out.

The most I've paid for a single game was £35.99 for Super Bomberman R 2, and even that was with Fanatical's pre-order discount as I don't feel that Konami set a fair base price for it (the RRP at launch was £44.99); My favourite series is the only one that I make that exception for (it's one of those series where they do a lot of engine re-use and you generally know what you're going to get and how the compatibility will be), otherwise I don't pre-order and don't ever pay that high of a price.

It's interesting looking at these figures in this way, really - back on consoles, I'd generally've been considering £30 to £35 to be a discounted price, not the highest I'd go. Though the breakdown page suggests I pay £11 per game on average, the reality is more like £5 or £6, given the discounts involved.

Last edited by Pengling on 20 January 2024 at 3:00 pm UTC
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