As they did last year, Raptr sent me a nice summary of games that it tracked me playing over the past calendar year. So I now have my gaming summary for 2013.
This is pretty much why I bother to run Raptr. It quantifies my play time.
The report for 2012 wasn’t a big surprise. The three games I said I was playing most of the year, Rift, EVE Online, and World of Tanks, ended up being the top 3 in about the order I expected. The three together represented 71% of the play time that Raptr tracked for me.
I wasn’t keen on the circle displays, but the parity between my fantasy and space faring MMO time was pretty even.
For 2013 though, I have to admit that the numbers surprised me a bit. My guess as to how things might stack up looked something like:
- EVE Online in the #1 spot, what with the war in Fountain and Delve along with deployments to Curse.
- Something close to a four-way tie between Rift, World of Tanks, Lord of the Rings Online, and World of Warcraft, each of which I played for about a season in 2013, but none of which I played all year long.
- Then maybe Neverwinter, War Thunder, and a couple other games that I played in shorter streaks trailing behind
And what did I end up with? I will put that after the cut in order to develop some moderate level of suspense. Plus I have a lot (more) dumb graphics in the post that really look like crap and will clutter up the front page. Go artistic me.