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Best Reviewed Games of 2020 (So Far)

Updated on May 20, 2020
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My name is Krishnavamshi Kesani. I am from India. I am a student currently persuing my B. Tech in SRM Institute Of Science And Technology.

I love to play games. I am a gamer myself. 2020 has brought us a lot of games, extensions, DLC's, etc. I collected reviews of some of the top games released in 2020 from IGN.

Final Fantasy 7- Remake

Final Fantasy 7 remake game is an action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix. The game is not actually a remake but be considered as the reinvention of the original game. It released with high expectations, and it got a positive response from many people. It managed to deliver the sky-high expectations the gamers expected from the game. The combats within the boss fights are excellent. The visual effects are improved compared to the original Final Fantasy 7 game. There are some boring RPG fights in between the game but not enough to kill the playing mood completely.

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection

Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection is a compilation of six Mega Man Zero video games, which is developed by Inti Creates and published by Capcom. The quality in all the six games included in the collection is excellent. We can play games with whatever we want and enjoy the scientific stories of these Mega Man x spin-offs. The rest of the features in the game, like the visual effects, are great but didn't reach the standards from what people expect from a Retro Game collection. These games play amazingly well on a 55-inch screen.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is a Japanese action-adventure video game developed by Omega Force and developed by Bandai Namco Company. The game is the fourth installment in the One Piece: Pirate Warriors franchise. It is a great game with excellent visual effects but didn't reach the high expectations from its fans. It is a tough game to sell to a non-One Piece fan, but as someone who loves to play One Piece: Pirate Warriors games, I truly enjoyed it.

Doom Eternal

Doom Eternal is a first-person shooter video game which is developed by Id Software and published by Bethesda Softwares. The game is the fifth installment in the Doom video game franchise. It is a fifteen hour-long campaign game, which is truly remarkable. The game released with high expectations after Doom's (2016) video game and has excellently received the hugely positive reactions from its fans. Whenever you play Doom Eternal, like in a week or a decade, it will be as attractive as it is now. The visual effects, the sound design, and many more in the game executed perfectly.

Nioh 2

Nioh 2 is a Japanese action role-playing game developed by Team Ninja and published by Koei Tecmo in Japan and Sony Interactive Entertainment worldwide. Noah 2 is a great game compared to Nioh 1. Everything great in Nioh 1 is strengthened in Nioh 2. The stellar combats in the game are excellent with the addition of Soul Cores, Burst Counters, and the way they affect the enemy AI. The way of approaching battles will give goosebumps to everyone. Nioh 2 is the most rewarding and the most difficult game of this generation if people are up to a challenge. The depth of the game is immersive and the visual effects are excellent.

Black Mesa

Black Mesa is a first-person shooter game that is developed and published by Crowbar Collective. The game is the third party remake of the Half-Life in the Source Game Engine. Whether you played Half-Life game or not, Black Mesa is going to give you an outstanding experience as a first-person shooter game. It doesn't look like a game remade in 2020, but still makes great use of distinctive creepy atmospheres and gives excellent combat experiences in the boss fights. The game doesn't have outstanding visual effects, but the plot of the game is best. We can play the game for two to three times.

Ori And The Will Of The Wisps

Ori And The Will Of The Wisps is a Platform Adventure Metroidvania video game which is developed by Moon Studios and published by Xbox Game Studios. The game is the sequel to Ori And The Black Forest. The game developers have taken an excellent foundation and made even more out of it. Many new elements in the game expand on and make the game fun to play. The visual effects of the game are outstanding, and the soundtracks given by Gareth Coker are very soothing. Overall, the game has reached the high expectations of its fan, and many other people also loved it.


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