2020 has been primarily spent by staying at home. As gamers, you couldn’t ask for anything more. This was also a golden year for video games, where we witnessed some brilliant launches. In case you got a little too busy in the chaos of 2020, we suggest you play these five games before it ends:

Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima was so good that fans consider this to be a worthy contender for Game of the Year. Glorious samurai clashes, a gripping story and breathtaking landscapes are some of the many things you can expect.


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The Last of Us Part ll

Now, this is a tricky one. While The Last of Us Part ll was one of the most awaited games of the year, it was met with polarizing reactions. For anyone who was invested in the first part, this game is a definite yes, even though it might not leave you satisfied from a story standpoint.


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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Some Call of Duty is never a bad idea. Well, sometimes it is, but not with this one. Modern Warfare is a tried and tested game, which has gone down in gaming history as a classic. The game was first released more than a decade back, but the new version allows you to take advantage of modern-day gameplay tech. So, why not spend your time playing a better version of a game that’s already great?


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Mafia: Definitive Edition

Another classic, Mafia: Definitive Edition brings the whole world of Italian mafia back to us. The game is an easy-going, casual, simplistic game that you can spend your time playing if you don’t want to be too emotionally invested in a game.


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Spider-Man: Miles Morales

2018’s PlayStation-exclusive Spider-Man set a benchmark for superhero video games, and 2020’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales continues to take that legacy forward. If web-slinging through New York and fighting several bad guys is your thing, then this is the one you go for.


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