Nowadays, the majority of popular games are those that you can sink at least a good hundred hours into. And while it's not hard to want to commit your life to at least two hundred hours of Skyrim, everyone needs a break from insanely long games every now and then.
Which is why it's helpful to play a game you can 100% complete in a matter of hours when the mood strikes. After all, some entire games can be completed in the time it would take to get one achievement for others.
And while some may consider this 'less value for money', it's worth remembering that this logic doesn't totally work. For example, it means you should have played Farming Simulator for the full 300+ hours it takes to fully finish it, as it's technically one of the best 'value for money' games around.
After having to spend two years and three kidneys finishing some games, it's nothing short of a relief to be able to finish others in less than a day. Or, in some cases, in even less time than some films take to watch - especially if you count The Irishman.