Voting for the publisher’s favorite games in 2020 has ended
One more year is coming to an end (finally). We are at the perfect time, the last day of the year, to say goodbye to 2020 and prepare for 2021. Therefore, From the Xbox community, we’ve prepared some votes to decide which games we’ve loved or impacted the most this year.. Voting is governed by fairly simple rules: games available on Xbox, games released this 2020. Likewise, each member of the team chose their 3 favorites and scored them with 3, 2 and 1 points. Here are the winners.
The return of the Battletoads has been a celebration for the fans, and not if the fans. The Dlala Studios game has returned in style with mini-games, Cartoon Network Saturday morning humor, and fresh gameplay. It might not be the most engaging game of 2020, but it’s a great title to consider on Xbox. You can read more about the proposal from Mario Vadillo’s analysis.
4. Gears Tactics
Of course, Gears of War is having one of its best moments. From the next-gen Gears 5 update to the fantastic Hivebusters DLC, the franchise covers all types of terrain. So it’s no surprise that the tactical RPG cutter spinof is number four on the web favorites this year. If you’re interested in learning more about Kait Díaz’s lineage, don’t miss Loli Rodrigo’s web analysis.
4. Yakuza like a dragon
In fourth place, we are tied with the latest Yakuza opus. Yes, after we filtered, recalculated the votes and looked at everything, we have an inescapable tie at this point. Yakuza Like a Dragon is the empirical demonstration that a franchise can change genre, protagonists and city without the saga crashing.. Because our new leader, Ichiban Kasuga, exudes charisma, drama and humor at the same time. We miss the analysis of Dario Misljenovic on the web.
3. DOOM Eternal
We’ve reached the podium, and who better to open this section than DOOM Eternal. The sequel to the new start of 2016 improves the formula in every way possible. The title is loaded with action, adrenaline and especially demons. This new installment not only bets on violence, because it also tells us a story with twists, applies platform sections and even maze maps with light puzzles. All this and more, tells us Dario Misljenovic in the web analysis.
2. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Ubisoft is one of those companies who are constantly working on their IP, either with improvements, or even radical changes in the formula. With the reboot of Assassin’s Creed Origins, the franchise evolved into the fantastic Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. A game that brings exploration in heart attack scenarios, nimble and enhanced combat and a setting as striking as the Viking Conquest. We miss Albert Berbel’s analysis on the web.
1. Ori and the will of the wisps
We have reached the attic. The apartment reserved for the best of the best. Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to the acclaimed game from Moon Studios. A title that takes the original formula and adds effective and satisfying combat, as well as new forms of exploration and design. A round game which also has its improved version for a new generation. We prefer to leave you the link to Mario Vadillo’s analysis on the web so you can get an idea of why this game is taking this high (with a comfortable edge).
With these we let you enjoy the last hours of the year. If you’re curious, you can check out our top best rated of the year, as well as the lowest rated in our review.