How long does it take to beat the average video game? Here is his length

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The Medium video game is the first Xbox Series X exclusive console, although you can enjoy it on PC as well. Critics mixed with some as “limited but fun old school horror,” while others were disappointed. Whether you already bought the game or plan to play it through Xbox Game Pass, you’ll find out how long the game will be here so you know how long it will take to beat The Medium.

While the Layers of Fear and Blair Witch portfolio for Bloober Team is split thanks to reviews of the walking simulator, their new IP address was incredibly anticipated thanks to Silent Hill’s effects. While this is another sectional addition to their portfolio, I hope their game will continue to scratch horror fans’ itch until the release of Little Nightmares 2 next month and the hopeful revelation of a Silent Hill reboot.

Whether you have already purchased the game or plan to play with Xbox Game Pass, below you’ll find how long an average video game will take.

The Medium – The Official Live Promo

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The Medium – The Official Live Promo

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How long does the broker last?

The average video game is said to last eight hours.

It may take ten hours to fully complete, but eight is the most popular estimate of average video game duration.

Some people will find this frustrating and short-lived, but – for a one-on-one horror experience – it just sounds good.

Its length means that you should be able to finish the story quite comfortably instead of giving up midway through, as it becomes another job like most 50+ hour games.

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As for whether or not the eight hours were good, the reception was – again – very positive if not lukewarm among critics.

The likes of Gamespot awarded him 9/10 while bragging about his compelling narrative and connections to true Polish history, which the Guardian said was “stuck in an unsatisfactory limbo”.

Tess Larson

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