The majority of my gaming over this year has shifted from board games to video games. 2011 was the first year I decided to record the plays of video games via the VideoGameGeek website. It's a bit more difficult to record what constitutes an actual play of a video game. The method I chose to record my plays was that if I played a specific video game on a particular day I would record only a single play, regardless if I played the game for 5 minutes or 5 hours. This allows me to easily track how much I use a game on a daily basis over the full year. For example, I played Call of Duty: Black Ops over 30.4% of the days in 2011.
Here's a combined list of video and board games I played in 2011.
Call of Duty: Black Ops was certainly my most utilised video game over the course of 2011. This was due to the accessible online multiplayer gameplay as well as many enjoyable evenings spent playing the excellent Black Ops Zombie maps with my brother.
Minecraft was another game I spent a lot of time playing in 2011 on PC. This game was a lot of fun playing single player as well as multiplayer with my daughter Maddie.
Other gaming highlights for me in 2011 were playing and completing Uncharted 2: Drake's Fortune, Assassin's Creed 2 and Portal. I also recently obtained Battlefield 3 which has quickly become my First Person Shooter (FPS) of choice, quickly racking up 25 plays in just over 6 weeks.
Happy New Year and good gaming to all for 2012!