Allow Users to Select Specific Game Stats, such as Achievements, Gamerscore on Their Profiles
We should be able to select a specific game achievement or highlight a specific gamerscore from a game that we'd like to highlight on our profile page.
Allow us to show\hide insightful stats we all know you collect about our online gaming achievements & habits. For example, games with most hours played, number of play throughs, level of Xbox Live engagement, rarest achievements earned, highest achievements earned etc.
Gary Allport commented
There should be a display on your profile and on the achievements section of all the games you have obtained 100% of the achievements for a game. A completed section. You should be able to show off all the games you have totally completed rather than have them lost on the list of games in the achievement list.
There was a disappointing Year In Achievements thing last year or the year before that we could check out (disappointing because it didn't show much or support a full years worth of Achievements) so this idea is for something similar to that but more realtime and showing more info. Stuff like mapping your Achievements to a chronological timeline and showing other thinks like Highest Value Achievement, First Game 100% (ever and per platform), Most Achievements in a time period (Day, Week, Month, Year), Highest Score in a time period, and allowing you to compare your achievements to a friends in the same views.
Paty waty commented
M. Sanges commented
Similar to what some commentors have expressed a desire to see, I would love to see Raptr.com style stats not just for my own use, but for friends as well, including hours and games played for "today," the last 7 days, and the month.
Not only would it make stalking your friends' activity more interesting, but it would help to try to single-out friends who are still active versus someone who hasn't been on in weeks, or just simply finding out a friend is still playing a game you've been interested in partying-up with.
We have some stat leaderboards already, tied to what used to be called Game Hubs, but they seem kind of buried, in my experience and I honestly forget that they're even there. Having a broader reach, tying all gaming activity would be far more interesting and useful--and it's not like these stats aren't already tracked by Xbox, 5his would just be a landing page/scoreboard for all gaming activity up to the past month.
As a secondary bio, but autogenerated - the most played game that week, favorite game (by hours played), currently playing.
Similar to how Steam does it on the profile page. Played X game X hours this week. Favorite genre FPS. List of games played over the past week. And then maybe a random stat or two about the last played game.
For example: Last played Destiny 2. Total Crucible Kills this week: 100. Highest light: 320
Games on steam get synced so we get our xbox achievements.
Right now there is tenure and admin exclusive badges. There should be achievement milestone badges, badges for betas you pertisipated in, badges for 100% completed games, and for game-specific badges like "Top 5 Tracer player in US" Give us the ability to showcase at least 4 or 5 badges on our profile while displaying all of them in a separate menu.
More specific than other ideas: let us have a "tapestry" of favorite games and achievements thumbnails so it could appear in the background of a player on his profile, like a 8x5 grid. Having some auto-fill options with latest achievements, or rarest achievements, etc.
Timothy Ingram commented
I would like to see stats for how long to beat games, both for my own achievements, from my friends, and from the community. I would like to see this stat within Gamer Profiles, within Hubs, and the Store.
TLTD Adam commented
I would love to see access to many more statistics. Time played, time played with who, singleplayer time, multiplayer time, when played etc would be cool stats to look at. A gamer statistical profile and match that with recommended friends that share a focus towards the same stats.