In the actual test, games was the only section I got a perfect score in, with over five minutes to spare (review). I only missed one in reading with nearly five minutes left over to correct mistakes. This mirrored my practice tests.
I find reasoning the most time-consuming and error-prone. Almost every question is a new set-up. I could barely finish the sections, and any time checking was swallowed by re-reading (or rather, reading closely for the first time) answers for damn parallel reasoning questions. I made silly mistakes.
For some reason I don't have this problem with reading comprehensive. For me, having only four real set-ups is a lot less draining.
As for games, they're second nature to me. Probably because I used to do logic puzzles for fun.