For Archival purposes, I thought it might be a good idea to compile my entire top ten lists from 2020 into a single post. Just to make it easier for people to go back and look at them after the fact. So, without any more fluff, here are my favourite 10 games I actually found the time to play in 2020.
My second entry into my top ten video games list of the year is one I might have already called foul on in years gone by. But as I, and thousands of other people, have said already: screw this year. Rather than get bogged down by what can and cannot qualify for my top ten list, I’m just going to list the ten games I got the most enjoyment out of throughout 2020.
Plus, this game technically did come out this year. It just so happened to be bolted onto another game despite being a separate download for most people.
After finishing the campaign for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Super War 80s War last week it tweaked a nerve in my brain that has been getting a real workout these past months. Borne from reading the same old comments and arguments online about a lot of movies and video games that come close to dealing with real-world issues in their narratives and themes.
It’s the butting heads of irate gamers getting upset because they don’t want creators to become “political”, going up against the creators who do seem to want to say something in their work, all while their marketing team and managers frantically bow their heads and insist their games aren’t political at all.
Which is a load of crap if you ask me.