Sync with Origin, Uplay, GOGGalaxy, Battle.net etc
Rather than solely Steam.
Good news. The new data provider I’m migrating to tracks a bunch of external links to games from GOG, Origin, MS, PSN, Steam, etc. that I will be able to use to enable this feature.
Ziga Hvalec commented
Any update on that feature?
Has this idea been abandoned or is it being worked on?
I saw that recently, I was also looking for any APIs that they might have but still no luck. However, it could be possible (but super fragile) to read the games list from a public profile page.
GOG introduced profiles!!! If your privacy setting is public, It is now possible to see all owned games.
Mathias Kosinski commented
Well, actually I thought this was the main value proposition for keeptrackofmygames.
Achivements and social on top. You could think about web crawling the web interfaces, or give the users another easy way to import buld game data (not jsut csv).
Maybe I look in the code, actually, i cannot see it on github. I guess you have alot to do with pluralsight right now.
Are there alternatives to KTOMG in the wild, if not, you could give it another shot.
Is there an ETA for this feature? I feel it's really hard to manually add everything, and by the time I'm partially through I want to give up on it.
Tibor Győri commented
E.g. Origin, Uplay, Epic Launcher, Battle.net, Windows Store... There are a few games that are other store exclusives so they don't show up in my Steam library, would be nice if they were kept in sync, too.
I would hate to force people to type in all their games but that's not a bad idea. I could add a Text import feature (or comma-separated). I have part of this done due to the Steam review process, I would just need to build the UI for you to review the search results and make sure things were linked correctly.
What other websites do is that you list your owned games as list, copy the text manually and paste into a textfield, one game for line. Then it is parsed and searched in the database.
games.directory was syncing Steam, PSN, and Xbox with just the username, if I recall correctly. Unfortunately, the site appears to be down now. It looks like his code is in github, though.
Tomáš Bubeníček commented
It should be possible to import owned games from other sources than just Steam - GOG, for example.