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Website Tells How Long it Would Take to Complete Your Steam Library

by Ron Duwell | January 17, 2015January 17, 2015 6:00 pm PST


Do you enjoy a good dose of shame? Here is an excellent little website that will cause you all kinds of mixed feelings and flashbacks to those increasingly frequent Steam sales.

Head on over to Steamleft, simply type in your username, and the site will calculate the number of continuous hours it will take you to complete your Steam library. Ugh, I really don’t want to do this, but here we go!


Wow. Perhaps now you see why I never open Steam during a sale anymore. I know that I will play through about 5 percent of the games I’ve bought over the years, and the rest were just purchases made in the moment of realizing something was super cheap.

As you can see, the website will provide you with a countdown of hours and a fun little factoid of what else you could be doing in that time frame. 18,820 PewDiePie videos? I’ve never seen a single one, but I doubt I could sit through that many.

Highlighting the gold text will also cause a creepy picture of Gabe Newell to pop up.

Luckily, I am nowhere near close to the highest number of hours. As of writing, the 95,624 users who have checked their libraries come to a grand total of 209,436,243 hours. I am above the average, which sits at 2,189 hours, but the largest collection of games clocks in at around 43,933 hours!

Give it a go, and let us know how you fare in the comments section below.


Ron Duwell

Ron has been living it up in Japan for the last decade, and he has no intention of leaving this technical wonderland any time soon. When he's not...