Top Games Of 2020

Top Games Of 2020

January 30, 2021 Game 0

Video games were a port of refuge for many in a bizarre, disturbing, and frequently downright terrifying year, whether they were lifelong gamers, old-school veterans picking up the controller after a break, or first-timers searching for a new way to have fun safely or interact with friends during pandemic lockdowns. It’s a small blessing, then, that it was a banner year for playing great games as well.

Top Games Of 2020

Fall Guys

What happens when you mix Mario Party’s minigame mania with Fortnite’s battle royale, lose-and-you’re-out pressure? That’s what, Dropping Guys. During our pandemic summer, its delightfully simple multiplayer chaos was a welcome reprieve, and the fact that players sometimes need to collaborate to achieve individual victory belies a deeper meaning than might be implied by their cartoonish designs.

Call of Duty: Warzone

Warzone is a Fortnite-style battle royale shooter, with just enough original concepts to feel new, a free add-on to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare of 2019. Most Fortnite clones have come up short, but the structures, tactics, and progressions of Warzone offered dozens and dozens of hours of distraction as we changed during lockdown to spend more time at home. And with comprehensive seasons, map changes, and new ways to play this intense, addictive game, developer Infinity Ward has continued to support the experience.

Last of Us Part II

The post-apocalyptic Part II of The Last of Us takes a lot of major swings that will confuse, frustrate, and even anger many players, but they are risks that are thought-provoking. Ellie, all grown up and still immune to the virus that turned half of mankind into zombies, follows the sequel as she deals with the repercussions of her father figure Joel’s morally questionable decision in the first game.


For the past decade, so-called “Rogue-like” games that concentrate on complexity, replayability, and repetitive deaths have been in vogue, but Hades marks the highest point of the sub-genre yet. Players assume the role of Hades’ son Zagreus in this spectacular run-based game as he attempts to flee the Greek underworld, fighting notable heroes and obtaining support from the entire Pantheon. The art is stellar, the diverse fighting is fun, and the structures of progression are inspired. Hades reinvents how, in a game intended to be played again and again, a story will unfold.

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