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Do you finish a game in one go, or take it in chunks?

| if the latter, how long can you sit in one go?

| Seeing as I usually play rather lengthy games, I do it in chunks. And seeing as I'm working a 9-6 job, I rarely have a chance to play for more than 3-4 hours in one go. Which is good enough for me.

| I prefer to finish it in one chess.

| Chunks. I usually only play 20 minutes to an hour each sitting, and I can't play more than 2 hours in one go.

That's good enough for small indie games, and I guess to do one run in a roguelike, but not much else.

| If I have work - chunks, if I have weekends or holidays few sittings.

| Depends on the game.
I used to play short games that I could do in a few sitting.
But lately I've been playing stuff like Persona 3 and 4... and these games take hours upon hours upon hours.
... so I tried to play at least 1 or 2 hours before going to bed.

| It depends on the game, but for most games, I finish it in chunks.
As for how long I can sit one session, it really depends on the game. Like I can play Terraria Calamity all day no problem, but I can't sit and play something like Yakuza or Final Fantasy all day unless I force myself to.

| I'm the kind of person that can sit and play the same game for 8+ hours with only minor breaks but I can't remember the last time I finished a game in one go.

| >>742046
Terraria Calamity deserves the time xD

| Chunks

| In one go. When I've finished the game, I'll 100% it in chunks.

| Elona

| Games that are 3 hours or under I can beat in one sitting. But more than that and I'll need to play in chunks.

| I'm not sure. Yesterday, I spent 6 hours straight on Celeste, which at first sounds like one go. But I spent it all on one screen, and my file time just passed 72 hours, so its actually more like a chunk.

Cyberpunk 2077 I played all the way through, but I hated it. NieR Automata I have very much been playing in chunks, and I really like it.

I guess I just like both!

| Depends on the game obviously
I usually play longer games (such as Underrail) so in chunks.

| If it's a really short game like Katana Zero or something then I take it in one go. I mostly play RPGs though, so I usually gotta split it up into chunks.

When I'm really, really into a game and I have the time for it I usually go for 3-5 hours a day. So a normal JRPG can easily take me 20 sessions or more. Especially if you include the shorter 1-2 hour sessions I sometimes have to settle for.

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