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What else could you do instead of beating your Steam library?

It is pretty common for Steam sale veterans to accumulate an ever growing backlog of titles that will unfortunately remain uncompleted for the weeks, months or maybe even years following the initial purchase.

At one point in time you have probably thought about conquering your backlog, and now you can see exactly how long it would take and what else you could do in that time thanks to Steam Left, a website that uses the HowLongToBeat.com database to figure out how long it would take to beat your games and then show off alternative ways to spend your time.

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As you can see, it would actually take me close to 3000 hours to clear out my own backlog. Alternatively, I could walk 8,934 miles, climb the Empire State building almost 3000 times, or even listen to R.Kelly track, ‘Trapped in the Closet’ 1,963 times.

In order to figure out how long it would take you to beat your own backlog you can either sign in directly through Steam or you can just enter your Steam profile name.

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