YOUR Desire Index



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    @SabotageTheTruth sorry, but while I hate EA, it's also a Bioware game so it could never be last for me.



  • I have now updated my list



  • updated mine, the bottom two I would give negative points if possible



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  • Super sorry for so long without an update everyone! Had a long and fun day offline with friends. 2.1 is up and with it, significant changes:

    First up, Red Dead Redemption 2 jumps from fourth to second overall and it’s only ahead of Resident Evil 2 Remake and The Last of Us Part II by 0.2. Speaking of those last two, they’re tied, but RE2 has more top picks, therefore it’s higher.

    Right underneath them is another tie, between Kingdom Hearts III and Control. KH III wins out for having one top desire (I wonder who that could’ve been…) KH III also is a big benefactor in this update jumping an incredible (relatively speaking) three places: Eighth to now fifth.

    And immediately underneath THEM, we have a THIRD tie! The most in any update to date. Sekiro has one highest desire, a claim DMC 5 doesn’t have yet and also jumps ahead by two positions. Both of them are only ahead of Smash by 0.3

    The Elder Scrolls VI was able to pull ahead of Skull & Bones, but leading by only a quarter of a point!

    Halo was probably the biggest “loser,” but it only dropped two spots, and is barely ahead of Anthem by 0.35.

    Unless there’s a massive influx of some differing lists, Sonic Team Racing and Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee/Pikachu are all but locked in at the bottom.

    Thank you to everyone for providing, updating, and following along in this thread! It’s so much fun to see where we stand, individually and collectively!



  • Aw yeah, good to see Sekiro grapple hook its way up the rankings.



  • Updated mine!



  • Update 2.2 is here and Red Dead 2 slips back down to fourth behind The Last of Us Part II by 0.1, which in turn is also behind Resident Evil 2 Remake by 0.1.

    Devil May Cry 5 jumps up three big spots to crack into the top five, making it the big recipient of the update!

    Smash and Control are tied and both rise, and with one highest desire, Smash wins out.

    Behind them by 0.1 is another tie between Kingdom Hearts III and Sekiro. Sekiro has more second highest desires to win the tiebreaker. Kingdom Hearts was the biggest loser in this update, dropping from the top five to being placed ninth.

    Skull & Bones caught up with The Elder Scrolls VI to make the second straight (but different!) third tie on the list. With three lists having Skull & Bones at the fifth highest desire, the highest desire for The Elder Scrolls VI at seventh. Once. As a result, Skulls & Bones takes the spot. So yeah, this is the weirdest tie I’ve seen yet.



  • Friendly reminder the Index is once again revisited. Only five additions this go around and there's still a couple of absences. Same as last week: Will wait until Saturday to update my list here and calculate all who are already have done so by the time I do.



  • Updated my list.



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    1. Resident Evil 2
    2. Cyberpunk 2077
    3. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
    4. Ghost of Tsushima
    5. Kingdom Hearts 3
    6. Devil May Cry 5
    7. The Last of Us Part 2
    8. Red Dead Redemption 2
    9. Control
    10. Spider-Man
    11. Dragon Quest XI
    12. Fallout 76
    13. Skull & Bones
    14. The Elder Scrolls VI
    15. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
    16. Babylon's Fall
    17. Halo: Infinite
    18. Sonic Team Racing
    19. Gears 5
    20. Pokemon Let's Go Eevee/Pikachu
    21. Anthem
    22. Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII


  • @smoothrunes said in YOUR Desire Index:

    Hey all, I decided to finally make a forum account and decided this would be my inaugural post, since I think the EZA desire index is one of the most fascinating concepts they have done. Anyway, here's my personal rankings.

    1. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice-it's Miyazaki's next game, has a samurai aesthetic and should play vastly different from Soulsborne titles, how could I not be at maximum hype
    2. Resident Evil 2 Remake-even as someone who has never touched the original, the OTS camera and emphasis on claustrophobic encounters is enough to have me chomping at the bit
    3. Red Dead Redemption 2-the fact that it is currently the closest release on the list (assuming no more delays) helps, but you cannot deny the pedigree of the developer and the niche market that is triple A western games. Whilst being disappointed in the main Rockstar's outings for Grand Theft Auto over the past decade or so, RDR blew me away and is up there with the classic 3D era GTAs in terms of endearment and joy
    4. Control-Not even huge into Remedy, but the premise and gameplay have me instantly hooked. I love when shooters offer the player different kinds of powers on top of a great arsenal of weapons to lay waste to your enemies
    5. Devil May Cry 5-despite my dislike of Nero as a protagonist, I'll at least have Dante and 'V' to fall back on and just hope they get an even amount of focus in the story and gameplay. Just please avoid recycled content like DMC4 and we'll be golden, Capcom
    6. Cyberpunk-despite all the rave impressions, we outside consumers have yet to get eyes on actual gameplay, so there's likely a big difference between excitement levels from both camps, but the setting and tone alone is enough to have me eager to see what this game turns into
    7. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate-don't even own a Switch yet, but I can get down with some Smash whenever the time comes. A full roster with hopefully some new entrants still to come has me fairly excited even as a casual Smasher
    8. Ghost of Tsushima-it will probably end up being a solid hit and it's good to see Sucker Punch branch out to a different style of game in both setting and gameplay. Just still need more shown of the game outside of the combat to see what the rest of the game is like.
    9. The Last of Us Part II-gotta be brutally honest with this one (sorry, Huber), but what's been shown thus far hasn't exactly got me pumped for the sequel to one of the best titles of last gen. I think I need to see new gameplay systems and some infected combat to be blown away, because what has been shown thus far seems like playing it pretty safe
    10. Babylon's Fall-might know next to nothing, but in Platinum we trust for this to play like chocolate ice cream sundae
    11. Anthem-extremely lukewarm on this title at the moment. The actual flying, combat and exploration could all be solid in the final product, but I'm worried about the structure of the game if it tries to be EA's Destiny GAAS competitor
    12. Halo Infinite-sure, more Halo after all this time is nice, but I barely know anything about the premise or what it'll look like, and the last few Halos have left me feeling a little on the cold side, so this ends up here for now

    From here on out, the rest are games I will not give a little byline for since I either don't have interest in them/they are not my cup of tea, but I will still rank them based on how I feel they leave an impression to an outsider

    1. Spider-Man
    2. Kingdom Hearts 3
    3. Skull & Bones
    4. Fallout 76
    5. Gears 5
    6. Dragon Quest XI
    7. The Elder Scrolls VI
    8. Call of Duty Black Ops IIII
    9. Team Sonic Racing
    10. Pokemon Let's Go Evee/Pikachu

    Updated mine, no real movers or shakers this time round. Only one of the new games even made it above my "to buy" line. Was tempted to just dump BO4 at the bottom due to how frustrated I am with the lack of an SP campaign, but even I have to admit I'd still be more keen to play an annual COD title over a Sonic racing game and a Pokemon spin-off.



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  • somebody should really say which are the new games instead of having people go through others lists, so I guess I'll do it now

    Ghost of Tsushima
    Dragon Quest XI
    Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII
    Gears 5
    Spider-Man

    anyhow mine's updated



  • There's stuff still not on this list that will bump some stuff out of the top 10 for me. Bosman's list formatting has been top notch week to week.



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