You're obviously not a Disney+ subscriber. Me too. I like to consider games based on what they brought me overall, not just counting the hours played. Same reason I don't play Gatcha mobile games, Fortnite, or grindy Japanese RPGs, even if they're low cost and/or free. I just completed "Silent Hill 2" in around 10 hours. First and only play through, will never play again. For the dollars I spent, it's "bad value per hour". For the amazing story told and atmosphere it offered, worth every penny. I loved RDR2. I loved Silent Hill 2 even more, despite it being a fraction as long. As they say, it's not the length, but it's what you do with it. I can show you a few 1000+ hour games you'd hate, too. My personal thoughts: I don't care what a game costs, and I don't care how many hours it takes to play. These are not the metrics I used to consider the "value" of a video game.