YOUR Desire Index
The 11th update saw no movement beyond averages. Babylon's Fall continues to be only just ahead of Fallout 76 while Halo: Infinite has clawed to within 0.1 of Skull & Bones.
@Lotias Of course! I've said many times and I'll say it again: These kinds of threads are my favorite and I enjoy seeing all the diverse orders people have.
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@brannox You just bring a lot of life and fun to these forums, Brannox. Thank you for that.
@el-shmiablo You're too kind! That made my day! Thank you very much!
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- Resident Evil 2 Remake
- Gears 5
- Forza Horizon 4
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Halo Infinite
- Cyberpunk 2077
- Crackdown 3
- Fallout 76
- The Elder Scrolls VI
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider
- Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
- Skull & Bones
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
- Ghost of Tsushima
- Dragon Quest XI
- Kingdom Hearts III
- Devil May Cry V
- The Last of Us: Part II
- Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! & Eevee!
- Death Stranding
- Darksiders III
- Babylon's Fall
- Team Sonic Racing
A dozen updates down and while very little happened behind the scenes, there was enough movement to be a significant difference!
As always, the top five are pretty set.
Fallout 76 pulled ahead by 0.1 over Babylon's Fall while Halo: Infinite tied with Skull & Bones, but takes precedent by having one more person having it as their fourth most desired game (really).
The difference between Fallout 76 and Skull & Bones is only 0.3.
It's starting to look Sonic Team Racing has last place all but locked down.
Surprise update number 13! While looking at the numbers, something seemed off so I recalculated, and sure enough there is one change with a razor thin difference:
Skull & Bones gets ahead of Halo: Infinite, with the only 0.05 difference.
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Sorry for a third straight post, but I thought you all should know:
Yes, the Allies DO revisit the Index. I will NOT spoil what games they introduce but I WILL say the amount: 7
They will consistently add, as was my hope. This means when they have a new batch every week, I'll reaverage. I've already adjusted my list off-forum, but I'll wait until Saturday to make them public for non-Patrons. Then, hopefully everyone will update their lists over the course of the weekend. If you DO decide to incorporate the games, please edit your original post, then a new post that you've updated (Because there isn't a notification of edited posts), and I'll adjust the Master Index accordingly.
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@brannox SEVEN?! Holy hell.
@bam541 The first batch was ten. And there are some.... surprising omissions. There will be at least a third edition.
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@brannox Omissions as in a game is not added on the list?
@bam541 As in there are some big names they didn't get to.... yet.
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Kyle did say last week that this would be an ongoing process, so it's not that surprising. Expected, really, and exciting of course. A living list, as I said in the other thread.
And one can be a $1 dollar Patron and still have to wait for Fridays with the podcast. :)
@sentinel-beach To your first point, I must've completely forgot about that, so thank you for the correction! And for the second, another overlook on my part as well, and a thank you for reminding me of that as well!
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The Last of Us Part II
Skull & Bones
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Resident Evil 2 Remake
Team Sonic Racing
Kingdom Hearts III
After a whole day of inactivity, the 14th update brings with it some changes:
Smash ties itself with Kingdom Hearts III, but takes precedent because one more person has it as their second most desired game. Now fifth, KH III is at its lowest ranking yet.
Skull & Bones pulls back ahead of Babylon's Fall, but the difference between those two and Halo: Infinite is just 0.2, the same difference Skull & Bones trails Fallout 76 by.
REMINDER: With the podcast going live for all at some point today, I'm incorporating the new games into the index tomorrow, so make sure to update your posts and leave a new one saying as much to have your desires recorded!
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Updated my list with the newest games added in the index. I just wanna say for my bottom pick... it is going to remain my bottom pick, even if something awful like a new Bubsy game gets announced. I've never felt so disinterested towards a new release.
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Updated my list too. Point out if I forgot any game please. It would not be intentional.
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I'm saving the bottom of my list for Command and Conquer mobile
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@Brannox Could you add the "official" EZA desire index to your first post, in addition to the "forum list" ? Two reasons:
- It makes it easy to compare to two, and there could be some interesting trends/patterns.
- It makes it easier for people to construct and update their own lists (especially the first people to update or new people who want to jump in long after this thread has started), since people won't have to remember "which games were added during the last episode again?". Having the official EZA list posted somewhere after the podcast goes live provides a very convenient reference for which basket of games we're asking people to rank and update. (Note how if we're going to be generally waiting until Saturdays to start updating the "forum list", there will be a period of time before the "forum list" can serve that function).
Also, some people like me don't mind updating my list before I get a chance to listen to the podcast, so I'd find it helpful for that reason :)
Final suggestion: it'd be nice if the lists in your first post were numbered, from 1 to N. Especially if these lists start growing very large, it becomes more valuable to have them plainly numbered so that it looks less like a wall of text. Thankfully the forum markdown makes this simple, all you need to do is add "1. " at the start of each line when composing your post, and the "1" gets automatically incremented to the correct number.
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