Top 10 Lengthy Video Games To Play While Stuck At Home
These days you’re probably stuck spending a lot of time at home. So what is one good way to occupy your time while you’re stuck at home with not much to do? Playing video games. So today we are going to take a look at the top 10 video games to play that are fun and will occupy a lot of your time due to their length and amount of things to due in them. Surely one game on this list will be able to occupy your time for the foreseeable future while stuck at home.
10. Assassins Creed Odyssey
If you’re looking for a game that will take you on an adventure through ancient Greece, Assassins Creed Odyssey is for you. Play as Alexios or Kassandra, as you search for your family while exploring famous Greek locations such as Athens and Sparta. In addition to meeting well-known people from the past such as Socrates, Pericles, and more. Assassins Creed Odyssey while an open-world action game also features heavy RPG mechanics such as being able to fully customize your character’s equipment and moves.
This open-world adventure will take the average player around 40 hours to complete the main story and around 80 hours to complete the various side quests and additional content. If you’re looking to spend some time in Greece while you’re stuck at home, give Assassins Creed Odyssey a try.
9. Death Stranding
Death Stranding is both the most divisive game on this list and the most relevant game on this list. It’s divisive because some gave the game critical acclaim while others found it severely disappointing. It’s relevant because you play as Sam Bridges during the aftermath of Death Stranding. You must travel across the United States delivering supplies to fractured colonies who are isolated from the rest of the world. Depending on your performance you’ll receive likes similar to social networks.
Players can expect to spend between 40 hours completing the main story while completionists can expect to spend over 100 hours seeing and doing everything there is to do in Death Stranding.
8. Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the latest entry in the long-running tactical RPG franchise but unlike most of the previous Fire Emblem games, while it’s still a tactile RPG at its core, this game is so much more. Between battles, you teach as a professor at Garreg Mach Monastery. It is here that you can teach your students specific stats and quiz them during classes so that they may be ready when they enter into battle.
Being a professor in addition to the battles can take quite a good amount of time as it’ll take an average player almost 50 hours to beat the main story. And as this is Fire Emblem: Three Houses, there are three different houses you can choose to join each with their own characters and story. So you can always replay the game choosing another house adding to the replayability and length of this game.
7. Grand Theft Auto V
Taking place in Los Santos which is based on real-life Los Angeles, Grand Theft Auto V will take you to a time before the streets of LA were empty and everybody was stuck at home. Explore the lifelike streets of Los Santos with Michael, Franklin, and Trevor in this sandbox that lets you do whatever you want.
The main story will take most players over 30 hours to complete but you will be playing dozens of hours more once you hop into the ever-expanding world of Grand Theft Auto Online. New content is consistently being added to Grand Theft Auto Online whether that’s new vehicles for you to purchase or new missions for you to play. Grand Theft Auto V is a game that will keep you busy for quite sometime
6. Stardew Valley
Wanting to play a simpler game during these complex times? Stardew Valley may be just what you need. You’ll move to the small town of Stardew Valley where you try to build up and bring new life to an old farm. You’ll have to raise animals, take care of crops, and craft items so that you may build the farm of your dreams. You’ll also be able to meet and befriend a vast number of town residents and explore a deep cave where you can mine for resources. Stardew Valley has a little bit of everything for everyone.
Stardew Valley will take the average player around 50 hours to complete the story but will take some players much longer depending on just how much work they want to put into both their farm and their relationships with the residents of the town.