- Estimated achievement difficulty:2/10
- Offline: 10 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 30 minutes - 2+ hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 3+
- Missable achievements: 9
- Does difficulty affect achievements: N/A
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: N/A
- Extra equipment needed: No
Gone Home is a first-person interactive storytelling adventure video game known as one of the first ever "walking simulators". The games place in 1995 as players explore a house in Portland, Oregon. The game originally released on the PC in August 2013 but has since seen a console version debuting on January 12, 2016.
The game will require multiple playthroughs but a playthrough can last anywhere from an hour to only a few minutes. Overall, this is one of the easiest completions available on the Xbox One and is a game worth experiencing at face value at least once.
If you don't want to read too much text, or get too confused with the order of unlocks, visit this YouTube playlist and follow all five videos to unlock all the achievements available.
Step 0: Enjoy the game you purchased; normal playthrough
This is an optional step, but if you've paid full price and never played Gone Home before, I recommend playing it through and just experiencing it for what it is. A blind playthrough of the game will take anywhere between 45-75+ minutes.
Step 1: Speedrun
Complete the game in under 1 minute to unlock "Homerunner".
Step 2: 100% Speedrun
Complete the game collecting all 24 journal entries, doing so under 10 minutes to unlock "Letters to Katie", "Meow Meow Meow" and "Speedreader".
Step 3: Miscellaneous Achievements
At this point you'll need to mop-up some of the secret achievements, so start a new game and go for "Nesting Instinct", "This Old House", "Intuitive" and "Wet Bandit".
Step 4: Commentary Nodes
The last step is to start the game with developer commentary on and interact with all the commentary nodes to obtain "Behind the Scenes".
[XBA would like to thank Maka for this Roadmap]