Top 10 Games 2020 – Our Favorite Games of The Year

Our list of the top 10 games of 2020. It wasn't easy to make such a narrow selection. Especially not how to play in order. Nevertheless,...

Our list of the top 10 games of 2020. It wasn't easy to make such a narrow selection. Especially not how to play in order. Nevertheless, we stand behind this list and can warmly recommend each of these players to you.

10. Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Imagine you're watching a Scorsese Mobster movie that's interrupted every 30 minutes by an episode of The Simpsons.

This is roughly how Yakuza: Like a Dragon plays. For the first time in the Yakuza franchise, the combat system is turn-based.

In addition, the game consists to a large extent of cutscenes and dialogues. But the humor always ends up in the right place.

9. Ori and the Will of the Wisps

In our opinion the most beautiful (indie) game of the year. You are given a beautiful open world accompanied by an even more beautiful soundtrack.

In terms of gameplay, the game has also evolved. Both the movement and the combat system have received substantial expansions.

You have a wide range of active and passive skills that allow you to develop your own playstyle, uncover hidden areas and complete your gameplay.

8. Demon's Souls Remake

Sony couldn't have picked a better launch title than Demon's Souls.

Graphically, the game is fantastic and beautifully represents the technical capabilities of the PS5.

Quite apart from the fact that it is one of the best games from the developer studio "From Software".

The haptic functions of the DualSense controller are used surprisingly well and are very accurate. You only really notice it when you play.

If you're lucky enough to own a PS5, then Demon's Souls is definitely worth your time.

7. Half-Life: Alyx

The best VR game of the year comes from Valve. Although we think it's a bit tactless to fob off fans of the series with a VR game.

But okay. Regardless, Half-Life: Alyx is a very good game.

While playing we got completely lost in the world. Alyx is an incredibly immersive title. The fact that it's a VR game helps, of course.

Do you have VR glasses? Then your next investment has to be Half-Life: Alyx.

6. Dreams

After seven years of development and several release delays, Dreams is a Playstation exclusive.

Dreams is a game builder that allows players to create their own little universe.

Biggest Hook: The entire campaign was created within the game. So that alone is a measure of what you can create.

In any case, there are no limits set by the developer.

The community can share the created games and short films. This is how you can access other people's works.

5. Final Fantasy VII Remake

To say this game has been a long time coming is an understatement.

FFVII Remake contains about 15% of the content of the original game. The reason is that it is only the first part of the remake.

As with FFXIII and FFXIII 2, there will be at least one more game.

However, the complete story has been stretched in such an interesting way that the playing time has even multiplied.

4. Persona 5 Royal

You take a damn good game (Persona 5) and improve it to a level many fans of the series never thought possible. (Persona 5 Royal)

Turn-based combat is almost a relic of the past. Persona 5 Royal still manages to keep this old system interesting though.

The story has been expanded and lets you play the third semester. The maximum possible playing time has been drastically increased.

If you're into JRPGs, then Persona 5 Royal is for you.

3. Ghost of Tsushima

In the life of a samurai honor plays an important role. In Ghost of Tsushima, though, it's time to leave honor behind and seek good old-fashioned revenge.

The game is most comparable to Assassin's Creed. A little tip: If you want to have fun, you should ignore the stealth aspect of the game.

It's a lot more fun to slaughter your way through hordes of enemies and let your katana do the talking.

In our opinion, Ghost of Tsushima delivered the best story of the year.

2. Hades

This game has everything it takes to earn a worthy #2 spot on our Best Games 2020 list. An incredible amount of gameplay potential, a great art style, extremely many variants to play the game and a replay value that goes through the roof.

We think you can already tell that we liked Hades. And even that is an understatement.

For €21, Hades is a deal that you can happily do even without a sale, without having a guilty conscience.

1. Doom Eternal – Our winner of the top 10 games of 2020

We were very happy when we already got to play Doom Eternal at the EGX 2019 in Berlin.

But we were even happier when the full game was out and we noticed that the game had improved on its predecessor in every conceivable way.

Doom (2016) was already a good game.

From second 1 you'll feel like an 8-foot-tall, diesel-powered fighting machine whose sole purpose is to drive demons back into their mothers' arms.

There are a lot more mechanics than in the predecessor and the soundtrack is an absolute masterpiece.

In our opinion, Doom Eternal is Game of the Year and was unfairly sent home without a single award at the Game Awards.


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