This should probably be included within the Progress reporting feature, to mark a game as having no real “progress” per se.
We may or not directly integrate with HLTB and may instead offer the same features. We’ll investigate this, thanks for the suggestion.
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.
I’ll do you one better, the planned functionality is to automatically sync achievements across Steam, Microsoft, and Sony systems using their services. I haven’t looked but it may be possible to take in achievements from GiantBomb too, which would provide an “official” way to add achievements to games that don’t expose any.
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I agree with lloyd094 on this one, I think we need a status that means that we own the game but have just never played it before. I have so many games from Humble Bundle that I have redeemed on Steam for example, and yet I know I may not want to play it as of yet and so therefore it could sit as Unplayed because I have decided that I do not want to play it. If I then want to play it in the future, I could then simply change it's status to Active or something.