The best video games of 2020

2020 has been a difficult year for most of the world, but business in the gaming industry has grown significantly. Production was hampered by employees working from home, but sales increased and the quality of the games did not suffer. In any case, a fun and quality game will delight any gamer, whether we are talking about console or PC. So, quite a few people on have chosen video games as gifts for those in the family.

Here are the best video games of 2020:

Cyberpunk 2077

This game is the most anticipated title of the year and one of the best games released in 2020. I play it, but I’m not in a hurry and I’ll do a detailed review here on the site soon. What I can already tell you is that I like it very much and that it is a very well-made game, where a lot of passion was put, but more details soon. I recommend it to those who love RPGs and narrative games. It is also currently playable on PC or new consoles as it is not optimized for PS4 and Xbox One. Most of the yokes presented on this site can be purchased from Gamivo.


Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Another game that deserves to be buttoned up during this period is Spider-Man: Miles Morales because it is a very fun game with a nice story and humor. Moreover, the action takes place in winter near the holidays. Miles Morales is a well-made game with a robust and fun fighting system, and Miles Morales is a nice character. You can play it on PS4 or PS4 Pro and also, if you were lucky and caught a PlayStation 5, then you can upgrade to free play and enjoy ray tracing and gameplay at 60 frames per second.

The Last of Us Part 2

This is the game that is fighting Cyberpunk 2077 for the title of the best game of 2020, in my opinion. The Last of Us Part II is an excellent narrative game, with an interesting story and twists and turns, with well-drawn characters and well played by the actors. It’s a narrative experience that any PS4, PS4 Pro, or PS5 console owner should try. Moreover, the game also brings innovations in terms of gameplay and gives you more opportunities to solve a situation.


An adventure set in Greek antiquity, Hades is a mix of the hack-and-slash genre with that “one try” feeling of platform games. Every time you die, you have to take it from the beginning – but you will always feel that you have achieved something, and the story will keep you connected no matter how much you play.

Call of the Sea

 It’s 1934. You’re Nora Everhart on an expedition to an island off Tahiti in search of her missing husband, Harry. What you find is a mix of an adventure game like Myst and the works of horror fiction writer H.P. Lovecraft, with elaborate puzzles and a great story.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Every new game in the Assassin’s Creed series from Ubisoft Entertainment SA continues to improve. This time, we leave in the ninth century for a Viking hunt through Norway and England, full of treasures and mysteries.