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Ability to mark games as "completed" in Library

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It would be nice to be able to mark games as completed and be able to automatically sort those to the bottom of the list in the library. Optionally, it might be something interesting to show in people's profiles.

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moonage
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Voted, and I also added a wish to be able to sort the library using folders or groups to keep organized.

Aug. 29, 2014
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MordredMS
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I love how GOG lets you view your collection in this beautiful "shelved" format, but I too agree that it lacks the possibility to tag them and categorize them. For example, what I do on my Steam library is arrange my games by their Backloggery status, so to speak: unplayed, unfinished, beaten, completed.

I'm imagining my GOG library arranged in the same way, with a different shelf for each tag or category, and that image is a thing of pure beauty. <3

Jul. 24, 2014
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s3rialthrill3r
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I voted, not for myself, but for the people here who suffer from Alzheimer's.

May. 27, 2014
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Keitaro004
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Was just thinking about this idea today. This should happen, it's much easier to keep track of one's backlog if games were marked as "completed".

May. 16, 2014
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Quin89
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I was thinking about this feature today myself so I was about to create my own request! I think it would be great to simply mark game as completed. Sorting to the bottom is not necessarily what I would want to do but it could be an option.

May. 8, 2014
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This would be a nice feature, especially together with www.Pretey.com Then you could use Gog.com as a managing tool for all your games (as they are available here) and have a decent sorting after “which game do I still need / want to play”. :)

Jan. 30, 2014
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gamefood
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voted. but recently saw that you can hide the games in the shelve... if the request will not been completed, simply hide the "completed" ones...

Nov. 14, 2013
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Davane
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With 485 games an counting, this is desperately needed. I think, in fairness, I have completed about 20 of these games so far...

Sep. 20, 2013
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blueskirt42
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Not just "Completed". I'd love to be able to create my own tags, so I can sort the new games I just purchased, games I have completed, games I have downloaded and backed up somewhere, or games I don't intend to play...

Aug. 29, 2013
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Dooglebud
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I wish I could vote for this feature again. It would give me an incentive to work my way through bought games in order to see them all complete, and give me the full experience of my library at the same time.

Jul. 29, 2013
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bugtracker
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Really need this, because i have too many games

Jul. 26, 2013
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Fenrir007
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Easy to implement, I imagine, and a pretty good suggestion for big collections. I support it!

At least until backloggery gets an android app (which might never happen).

Jun. 22, 2013
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OChem81
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Excellent idea. Would love to have this feature.

Jun. 19, 2013
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Rexx72
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Completed + Own comments / Notes. Months go by between me starting and finish some games. Or repeat plays. Would be nice to be able to keep a few notes on where I am and/or and patches fixes i used to get the game working the way i like it.

Jun. 4, 2013
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Timelord1963
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Not in for any achievements or trophies, but the original wish is good. It would be handy to be able mark a game as completed in our library and use that for sorting purposes.

Mar. 31, 2013
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Shadowcaster787
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Not everyone is fond of achievements, if they did that GOG would be no different than Steam. If it were a separate download and option then it would be something different to ponder about. The whole reason we buy GOG titles is so we can own a copy DRM free. To make use of tracking technology is the same as moving the titles into the cloud.

Feb. 19, 2013
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264acer
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Just because its a extra feature doesn't mean it's useless. If you only have a small library you won't need it but the person that spends their entire entertainment budget on video games might. Some people like video games more then tv.

Feb. 14, 2013
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nemesismartyn
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I like this idea. It can also be a nice sort option.

Jan. 4, 2013
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tripleccreation
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cool idea, but it would be like achievements.

Dec. 30, 2012
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baneofpigs
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While it is true that this might be strictly "unnecessary", it would add an element of engagement to GOG that it currently lacks. Right now, I just use GOG to buy games, and occasionally review or comment on them. It would be cool if it felt like there was a way I could actually interact with the games I have on my "shelves" in GOG, particularly if other members could interact with it.

Dec. 21, 2012
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cobber_cpd
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It'd be great to have a tool to track your progress through each game by marking them as in-progress (say with a percentage slider) or a simple tracker with some basic categories; eg single-player missions on easy / normal / hard (most games), all side quests (for RPGs), all skirmishes (for RTSs), raced all tracks (for a racing game), all fastest laps (for a racing game), beat every level (for an arcade shooter), all high scores (for an arcade shooter or pinball etc). I have alot of games, some of which I've only sampled, some I've completed, some I've got "100% complete", some I've played to death and I'm not always sure which parts of each game I've played - remember that not all games internally track your progress in a way that you can easily see - particularly some of the older ones! Trophies / Achievements are inadvertently putting gaming on this path, but they are very inconsistent for this purpose because they're really designed to create extra gameplay challenges for players. Another nice feature would be a way to track play throughs, for example Deus Ex stealth vs strength; or Tropico benevolent vs malevolent; Duke Nukem speed-run (where you blast through it as quick as possible just to get to the end) vs tourist (where you try to see everything and get every secret). Maybe this is all moot and I should shut up and use http://backloggery.com.

Dec. 14, 2012
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pseudonarne
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unnecessary

Nov. 12, 2012
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bram00
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I would like also to see which games I have downloaded and which I haven't like what Steam shows you. I have 100 games purchased from Gog now, and I can't always remember which I have downloaded and installed, especially with my 250 Steam games. Just a little tick, that says play or install like on Steam would be appreciated. When buying bunches of games, I tend to forget. << getting old.

Oct. 6, 2012
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hec359720
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Unnecessary.

Oct. 1, 2012
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pbaggers
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Seems pointless, as I download and back up the installers for all my games on this site anyway. I can just do this by renaming their folders in Windows Explorer.

Aug. 5, 2012
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caesyit91
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Seems a bit unnecessary. How about using a site like this - http://backloggery.com/ - to manage your game collection.

Jul. 3, 2012
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HTBites
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I'd also like to propose, that the 'hide games' option should really hide them, and don't make them visible at all. You'd have a link to your 'hidden games' where you could untick them. I just don't like that I can't delete free games from my library.

Jun. 14, 2012
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dennisting
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That would be pretty cool! It'd be cool to also be able to mark a game as "downloaded" for those of us that hoard games faster than we can play them. I suppose right now there seems to be just "hide game". In general, maybe we can just have tagging support? (e.g. be able to tag a game as "completed" or "downloaded" or "wishlist" or whatever)

May. 24, 2012
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photoleia
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I currently move completed games to the bottom of my shelf, but this would be a nice feature.

May. 18, 2012
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hucklebarry
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Other features might go with this as well... such as the ability to add notes or links to your games on the shelf. Something that rewards those who build a decent catalog and enjoy managing their collection. Being able to share all these with your shelf would be nice as well.

May. 8, 2012
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Biasoli
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Excellent idea. A plus for it.

May. 1, 2012
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bushwhacker2k
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Really, I think this ties in with the idea of a GOG-interface and a more organizable GOG Downloader. + from me.

Apr. 29, 2012
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ZivilSword
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This would be a nice feature, especially together with http://tiny.cc/z6u1bwThen you could use Gog.com as a managing tool for all your games (as they are available here) and have a decent sorting after “which game do I still need / want to play”. :)

Mar. 31, 2012
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