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I have the same game on two different systems and would like to mark them separately. One is already beaten and the other one is active. Right now I can't do that.6 votes
This will be part of Playthrough Tracking which is currently in progress. A "playthrough" and the game its associated with will be separate which means that you could create multiple playthroughs for different platforms, or even switch platforms for the same playthrough.
Eventually, "active" and "completed" statuses will be dynamically based on playthroughs and progress tracking and act more like "tags" rather than separate lists.
I think this should provide a lot more flexibility to accomplish this.
Rather than solely Steam.83 votes
GOG importing is available now. Xbox (Gamepass, etc.) is likely to be up next!
I have many games I don't own yet but am planning to get at some point. It would be nice to set different priorities for games you don't own yet.5 votes
I think this site could really benefit from allowing users to add progress notes to specific games where users can make note of the last thing that they did in the game or if the site could implement some sort of checklist for each game tailored towards that exact games progress so you have a bigger picture of how you're getting along in your games rather than only knowing if it's something you're currently playing.102 votes
This has been started as part of an overall capability I'm calling Playthroughs. Checklists may be separated out into a separate feature, but notes, percentage % tracking, completion/goal tracking, and play sessions will be part of the next major site release.
If I could look at my list of games and see how much of a time commitment they are at a glance, I wouldn't have to individually search them on hltb. If this is possible I really think that this would be amazing.40 votes
This is now in Early Access for Patron members. You can currently track play time and % progress, as well as some metadata like started/completion date and play style.
This will still be further refined before a general release but patrons can start using it today:
This will be expanded to include showing HLTB-style stats on game pages and throughout the library interface.
KTOMG is super awesome!
The only thing missing is the ability to let your buddies add you as a 'friend'. If you add a friend, you could let then set permissions on a List to allow friends to collaborate and add games :D
You could then see which friends have played the games in your various lists and or friends lists.
Basically, if we can invite friends to the site, we probably want to follow each other and follow each others lists to some extent (assuming the permissions are set appropriately)
Our use case is as follows:
There's a group…7 votes
Collaborative lists are partially implemented, just not live yet. Friends are also partially implemented. Both of these features will be released once they’re tested and ready. Thanks for the suggestion!
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