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Best Games Of 2020 You Need To Play Right Now

Games have been on the rise for a couple of years now and even a global pandemic cannot bring game development of releases down as it is evident in recent weeks. 2020 has always looked promising and some of the games released this year have been nothing short of being phenomenal.


We’ve compiled a list of the best game and a runner up released in each month. The games selected are judged on the basis of their gameplay, graphics, in-game mechanics, and how big of an impact it had on the gaming community.

Best Game of January 2020

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot brought the Dragon Ball Z anime to life, this reimagination of Goku’s saga brought back memories of childhood. Dragon Ball Z Kakrot manages to bring back a piece of history along with it, with some strong animation and a clear cut progression to the game.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot manages to hang on to both feelings of childish fun and in the next minute will unleash ungodly rage taking you by surprise. A definite buy if you’re a Dragon Ball Z fan but other than that, there’s also a deep story that will satisfy even those who have never heard of the series.


Best Game of February 2020


Dreams burst onto the PlayStation 4 with endless possibilities, it is the only game of its kind that lets you create another game within a game. Dreams pushes your creativity and though at first, it feels daunting to create anything in the game.

You will soon be familiar with all the tools which transport you back to feeling like a child who has no ceiling on his or her imagination, Dreams works a bit like therapy for some and for others it is more like an expression or even an extension of themselves. The community has come together to create some of the most fascinating and breathtaking experiences that are surely going to keep on building in the future.

Best Game of March 2020

Call of Duty Warzone


March was one of the most anticipated months of 2020 and had a stellar lineup headed by three phenomenal titles in their own rights, Persona 5 Royal, Doom Eternal, and Call of Duty Warzone. Our pick out of these mammoth games has to be Call of Duty Warzone.

Not only are the stakes higher than ever with a massive map and 150 players instead of 100, but Call of Duty Warzone also managed to bring realism to the Battle Royale genre, this game gave you everything you could need to win a battle and since then has dominated in a short time span. Call of Duty Warzone is visceral, aggressive, and hauntingly addictive.

Best Game of April 2020

Final Fantasy VII Remake

If March was a close competition, then April was always going to be the one that takes things up a notch. Games like Disco Elysium, Predator Hunting Grounds, Gear Tactics but Final Fantasy VII Remake simply brushed off the competition to the side.


No one could stand in front of Final Fantasy VII Remakes top spot for glory, this remake was made after more than 2 decades from when the original game was released. Final Fantasy VII Remake managed to create a package that had everything inside it and it is a roller coaster of a ride from start to finish. Final Fantasy VII Remake brought the game to newer and a more varied audience than before and this surely cemented its claim as the best game released in the month of April 2020.

Best Game of May 2020

Mortal Kombat: Aftermath

Mortal Kombat: Aftermath is the update that you should be going for if you wish to make the month of May chaotic and fun. Mortal Kombat’s newest update brings a lot of returning characters a new twist in the tale.

You get to see the return of Shang Tsung as he tries to stop Lui Kang from disrupting the sands of time and rewrite history but as always he has a few tricks up his sleeves.

Mortal Kombat 11 brought much-needed pacing adjustment to the series along with a core storyline to start things again afresh. This is one that you shouldn’t miss.

You can play multiplayer and have friends or try your hand at the brutal online experience where you will certainly find someone to match your skills.

Overall Mortal Kombat: Aftermath was one of the best games we played in the month of May 2020 and look forward to more.

Best Game of June 2020

The Last of Us 2

June was always going to be dominated by The Last of Us 2 and since the release of this much-awaited title there have been a lot of controversies. Keeping all of that aside, The Last of Us 2 is certainly a bridge between PlayStation 4 games and PlayStation 5 titles of the future.

You get to see the story of Joel, Ellie, and a new character continue after the events of the previous game, the world which was been infected is slowly being taken over by nature and once again the infected roam free.

Danger lurks at every corner and you must survive in this brutal world which is dominated by revenge, hatred, and determination.

The world of The Last of Us 2 looks better than it ever has and you will find yourself marveling at every aspect of the game. There is heartbreak, joy, and everything in between in this amazing tale set in the apocalypse.

We will keep on updating this feature as each month passes by so bookmark this page and will let you know what we thought was the best game released for that month.


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