Gamers: Check Out Your Xbox Year in Review

Posted on December 15, 2017 by Mehedi Hassan in Games with 3 Comments

Microsoft’s Xbox team is back with their new Year In Review website for 2017. Xbox Year In Review lets you checkout all your achievements over the last 12 months on Xbox with some neat graphics, and compare your performance with the rest of the community in your country. The website will list your most played games, your gamerscore for 2017, achievements, and more. You can also share your stats with your friends on Facebook or your Twitter followers if you are feeling brave.

“Xbox players who log in to can see how this unique experience highlights individual achievements, top games played, hours spent playing, and much more — all pulled from billions of data points to deliver a unique dashboard experience for each and every gamer in our Xbox community,” Xbox’s Senior Marketing Manager said on a blog post.

You can checkout your year on Xbox here after logging into your Microsoft Account and feel free to share your stats with others in the comments below. I don’t play a lot of games, so if you would excuse my poor performance, that’d be great.

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4 responses to “Gamers: Check Out Your Xbox Year in Review”

  1. Finley

    Did anyone else feel the averages for timed played are low?

    I have 92 hours played this year. I'm not much of a gamer, mainly just play Halo and haven't used my Xbox for gaming in 4 or 5 months. But I scored in the 44th percentile for my region, Canada, and well above the average of 21 hours.

    As someone who rarely uses my Xbox to play games I expected my playing time to be at the low end not the middle of the pack.

  2. pwrof3

    It's also worth noting the timespan is from Jan. 1 to Oct. 31st, so anything you did in November won't be up there.

  3. pwrof3

    Apparently I had 557 hours of games played. Not sure how they track how long I play single player games, though.

    Hey, I was in the top 1% for achievements earned. My momma would be proud!

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