From 'Cyberpunk 2077' to 'The Last of Us Part II,' 5 most divisive video games of 2020

CD Projekt RED’s latest RPG was long overdue. [Source: Cyberpunk 2077 - YouTube]
CD Projekt RED’s latest RPG was long overdue. [Source: Cyberpunk 2077 - YouTube]

Some games were worth playing in 2020. Others were worth avoiding. And then there are those stuck in between.

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The year 2020 was pretty divisive. For some, it sucked they couldn’t leave their homes thanks to the pandemic. But for gamers, it was the best excuse to stay home and play this year’s hottest Video Games. However, some games were just as divisive.

We’ve already covered a list of titles that were disappointing in 2020. Now it’s time for one that addresses those that have split the gaming community apart with pros and cons. These are five games that were the most divisive in 2020.


Cyberpunk 2077

CD Projekt RED’s latest RPG was long overdue. But numerous delays weren’t enough to ensure ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ would receive enough polish. On the surface, the game functions as it should for the most part as a highly engaging dystopian storyteller. The real problem is that its story isn’t drawn out long enough. That and the game suffers from numerous bugs. It’s still a great RPG that reminds us what the studio can offer. But it fails miserably when compared to The Witcher series.


Resident Evil 3 Remake

Capcom’s reimagining of a PS1 classic wasn’t unanimously satisfying as the last attempt. Continuing the hot trend of remaking entries in the popular franchise, ‘Resident Evil 3 Remake’ was meant to reinvent survival horror for modern fans. It did and was met with mass approval for its immersive visuals and refined mechanics. Equally, however, it was also met with slander for its ridiculously short story mode, somewhat tamed antagonist, and stitched-on multiplayer mode no one asked for.

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