I'm really feeling it!
I'm really feeling it!
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I have an idea, because I am fancy goat man. Have we ever tried doing a Top Ten archive? But not just any Top Ten archive - a dynamic one. My thinking is this: I'll give a category, and whoever feels so inclined can give their personal Top Ten games in said category - topics might include "best SNES games", "best platformers", things of this nature. Any list given would be weighted, with #1 given a higher value than #10. For those who have trouble ranking a list, you have the option to weight the list evenly at an average value. It's dynamic in the sense that the list will be able to change constantly - if anyone decides to revise their list, or if someone submits their list later down the road, the list can change. In my mind, this sort of project would compete with Kotaku's "10 Best ____ Games" lists that no one seems to agree with.

Is this an idea that people like the sound of? It shouldn't be hard at all to track it on some kind of Google Drive file or whatnot. Let me know in the comments.


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