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Can't Miss Games of 2020

Cyberpunk 2077

Coming off of CD Projekt RED's success of The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, Cyberpunk 2077 is easily the most anticipated game of the new year. The amount of graphical detail shown in the trailers and lengthy gameplay videos led many people to believe it was going to slide to the next-generation machines, but that isn't the case: Cyberpunk is heading our way September 17th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The wealth of choice for story and combat looks dizzying, as does the thought that we have a huge open world to explore. Cyberpunk can't hit soon enough.


The Last of Us Part II

The Last of Us Part II is a sequel I didn't expect given how perfectly the first chapter concludes, or even want since it means Ellie and Joel will be thrown into harm's way again. As stressful as this forthcoming journey will likely be, any game that comes out of Naughty Dog becomes a generation-defining event, and I expect nothing less from Last of Us Part II. We just have to hope for the best for Ellie and Joel, but it's safe to assume Naughty Dog is going to throw them to the wolves in another emotional, violent, and unpredictable story. The chaos begins on May 29 for PlayStation 4.


Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix's decision to turn Final Fantasy VII Remake into an episodic series is concerning, especially given how long it's taken to get to this point, but knowing we'll spend more quality time with Cloud and Tifa isn't a bad thing, right? Square hasn't been shy about showing fans what can expect from this return. The redesigned combat system looks fun and deep, and Midgar looks like a fully realized place we'll get to explore fully. We'll find out if this classic was worth returning to in just a few months when it hits stores on March 3, 2020.



Crystal Dynamics' Avengers didn't receive the warmest reception when it was unveiled at this year's E3, and there's a chance some of us will never come around to liking how these heroes look, but the game itself sounds ambitious, fun, and deep. Being able to team up with friends and quest for new gear and abilities for any of the heroes sounds like a hell of a time. If Crystal can nail the action, which is a tall order given how many heroes need to be brought to life, this could be the go-to co-op experience of 2020. We'll find out on May 15, 2020.


Resident Evil 3

This year's Resident Evil 2 remake was as much a new game as it was a revisiting of the 1998 classic. Here's hoping Resident Evil 3 follows the same formula as that remake, and more importantly, is every bit as good. We clearly can't get enough of Capcom's survival horror formula, and while I'd prefer new stories and a Resident Evil 8, going back in time is fun too. If you were terrified of Resident Evil 2's relentless Mr. X, just wait until you get a taste of Nemesis in Resident Evil 3. Just the thought of seeing this behemoth again makes me tense up a bit. Maybe I don't want to revisit this one...


Watch Dogs: Legion

You can play as almost every character you see in the world. That idea alone is worth investigating. Watch Dogs: Legion is another open-world experience that empowers the player with the latest in technology, whether it's hacking devices or drones. This entry unfolds on the streets of London, and gives the player a lengthy campaign to play through, as well as cooperative-focused online content. You can also run around with a pig mask on, which may be the reason most people buy it (you know you want to do that). This series has always been fun, but just a little repetitive or off in its delivery. Let's hope Ubisoft nails it with this third game. It's slated to release sometime in 2020 for current and nex-gen machines.