Diablo III (30h) - Plays way better than the beta, but always-on has had hiccups that really, REALLY frustrates me. I know it's more like an MMO in that regard, but when you've played previous versions that didn't require constant connectivity and server stability, this one just feel wrong. Was hoping to use the gold AH for hardcore, but it looks like there'll only be one for softcore. AH is almost ruined now anyway, so I don't think it'll add up to much.
World of Tanks (20h) - Ticking over in this one requires about an hour a day though.
Kingdoms (10h) - Maybe 1/2 hr per day now. Just popping in to keep things ticking over.
Company of Heroes (6h) - Finally let me finish Carentan, and spent
the next 5 hours playing and replaying then divided road scenario. Might
finally be able to move through this one.
Master of the Arcane (5h) - Tried a one city challenge. Think I've missed my window.
Kongregate: Mud & Blood 2 (3h) - Part of WW2 LAN. Reminiscing on it made me replay it a couple of times.
Kongregate: Monster's Den Chronicles (3h) - Newest in the seeries. Getting a slick interface, but the gameplay isn't different enough for people that have played the previous versions.
Kongregate: assorted (3h) - Kongregate is feeling a little old now. I'm not sure what's changed, but it doesn't feel as vibrant as it once was. I thyink it's the move toward Facebook and iPad games that has dropped off the flash-based industry, but there's enough new stuff to wander through.