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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 05:15pm 31/01/22 | 1 Comments
You might need to call them in if you've parked a significant amount, is all. Because... I mean, just look at the number of games rocking the month of February! And, while the number is significant, so is the size of even just a handful of these in terms of time-investment. It's almost ludicrous.

Of course it's always a good problem to have... you know, too many games and all. But when you combine, let's say, Dying Light 2 Stay Human, Horizon Forbidden West and Elden Ring, as far as game-time is concerned, conservatively that's more than 100 hours right there.

In the month of February there will be 696 hours available to you. According to Techland, there's the potential for more than 500 hours of gaming in just Dying Light 2.


Click here for our Games of February 22 breakdown.

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Posted 09:25am 01/2/22
horizon forbidden west, YES!!!!

dying light 2 also!

about time i started getting something for my ps5.

oh and elden ring as well!

last edited by Spook at 09:25:04 01/Feb/22
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