What Does your Steam Wish list Look Like?

I tend to keep my steam wish list pretty up to date – and this is what it looks like:

  1. Farming Simulator 19 – I want this badly, but the price tag scares me off.
  2. Tropico 6 (soon!)
  3. Ooblets (soon!)
  4. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
  5. Assassin’s Creed Origins
  6. The Red Strings club
  7. Megaquarium
  8. First Feudal
  9. The Colonists
  10. Foundation
  11. Total Miner
  12. Garden Paws
  13. Anno 1800

No real surprises when I look over that list, I tend to stick with what I know I like – aside from the AC series which I’ve actually never played before and was curious about giving it a try. The graphics are just beautiful, and I’m a sucker for that (even if you can’t tell because lets face it, I’m currently playing Dwarf Fortress…)

What does your own wish list look like these days?

2 Responses to What Does your Steam Wish list Look Like?

  1. Naithin says:

    Top 10 in mine are:
    1) Subnautica – Below Zero
    2) The Outer Worlds
    3) Outward
    4) Sekiro – Shadows Die Twice
    5) Anno 1800
    6) Civilisation VI – Gathering Storm xpac
    7) Mount and Blade II
    8) Age of Wonders: Planetfall
    9) Project Hospital
    10) Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

    … Then there are 128 more after this. … And this is my dramatically culled down version. At one point it was over 400 with things going back to basically when the Wishlist feature was added. ;)

  2. Jeff says:

    I have 17 games on mine and they’re pretty much all RPGs. About 1/3 are Final Fantasy titles. :)

    I think the only non-RPG is XCOM.

    I’m not sure why I haven’t bought them yet. Mostly waiting on sales / breaks in the schedule to play mostly. I’ll probably never get most of them, but they still sit on the wishlist… just silently waiting to be loved.

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