Does Raptr track gametime on either the Xbox One or PS4?

#1Swan3624Posted 11/25/2013 3:46:27 PM
It sounds ridiculous, but I really prefer buying certain games on the Xbox 360 because my gametime is actually tracked via Raptr.com with not additional stuff required, as opposed to the PS3 which only gets trophies tracked but not gametime. Does Raptr have the ability to track gameplay time on the Xbox One or PS4?

I love the 3DS and Wii U because they have onboard activity logs! :D But none of the other consoles seem to have this :( Which is why I love Raptr.
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#2micheal82Posted 11/25/2013 3:47:24 PM
No, not yet.
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#3Swan3624(Topic Creator)Posted 11/25/2013 4:03:00 PM
micheal82 posted...
No, not yet.

Darn it :( Is that just because they haven't figured out how to yet? Or because the consoles don't release gameplay time?
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#4ShaunageAUPosted 11/25/2013 4:27:46 PM
In the 'compare games' section, it shows how long you've played for. It does seem to include time the game was snapped into the background, though, because I'm nowhere NEAR 20 hours in Dead Rising.
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#5motoraptorPosted 11/25/2013 4:28:35 PM
What exactly is Raptr? I've heard of it before but idk
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#6kraven867Posted 11/25/2013 4:36:05 PM
A raptr support person told someone on the forums that they use xbox.com. And currently xbox.com doesn't show Xbox one info for whatever reason.
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#7Swan3624(Topic Creator)Posted 11/25/2013 4:51:22 PM
ShaunageAU posted...
In the 'compare games' section, it shows how long you've played for. It does seem to include time the game was snapped into the background, though, because I'm nowhere NEAR 20 hours in Dead Rising.

Is this on the Xbox One itself? Compare Games?

motoraptor posted...
What exactly is Raptr? I've heard of it before but idk

Raptr is a site that tracks your overall gametime across all your consoles. For me, it only is able to track hours for Steam and Xbox 360, but you can manually add in hours for games if that bothers you too much.

It also keeps tracks of trophies and achievements. It's pretty fun, but I love seeing my gametime (which from what I've heard is not as common as I would have thought)
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#8ShaunageAUPosted 11/26/2013 7:11:58 AM
Yeah, when you compare achievements to a friend on Xbox One, there's a stat for how long each of you have played it.
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#9Swan3624(Topic Creator)Posted 11/26/2013 10:15:06 AM
ShaunageAU posted...
Yeah, when you compare achievements to a friend on Xbox One, there's a stat for how long each of you have played it.

Oh all right. Thank you for the help :)

I don't actually have an Xbox One yet, but I am looking around for reasons to get either the PS4 or the Xbox One. So far, for PS4, it will be getting Octodad and it has Resogun and what I believe to be a better Game DVR feature (aside from the lack of exporting). The PS4 also has Injustice: Gods Among Us - Ultimate Edition which is a huge thing for me. It is on the other consoles, yes, but the fact that you can use the Share feature on it makes it a huge draw for me. There are so many awesome matches that I get on the 360 version, that it would be awesome to be able to save those clips.

Xbox One has Crimson Dragon, Killer Instinct, the ability to export videos for use anywhere I want, and my friend has a One. The problems are the price, the fact that I will never use the Live TV feature (but I'm thinking of using the passthrough for my Xbox 360, or perhaps hooking up an HDMI switcher to hook up my PS3, 360, and Wii U through it), and the worry that Microsoft will be announcing a new version of the console for release in Q1 2014 that will be both cheaper and smaller, as well as lack the Live TV ability and Kinect 2.0 pack-in.

So I don't know. It's a tricky decision. I know I'll eventually have all the next-gen consoles, but right now I only have the money for one, and even then that money could be better used elsewhere until both prospective purchases receive some more awesome exclusives.

Hmmm....
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