Eurogamer Game of the Generation Awards 2020

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  • Ultrasoundwave 13 Jul 2020 12:24:18 6,257 posts
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    Obviously, the gen isn't over yet - we've still got Ghost of Tsushima, Cyberpunk Assassins Creed Valhalla and many others to go, but there's nothing wrong with getting the discussion started early.

    Going to keep it fairly simple as to avoid another "list-a-thon", so we'll go with the following structure:

    Game of the Generation - Easy (maybe), pick your no.1 game from this generation. JUST ONE.

    Runner Up - as it says on the tin, 2nd place...the old silver medal. You're allowed to pick ONE game that almost got the top award but just missed out.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - The game you played and loved that no-one else played or everyone else hated.

    Redemption arc of the gen - this has been the gen for games coming out in one state and ending up in another due to huge amounts of patching. Which game underwent the biggest improvement for you.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - This has to be a game you played (no checking Metacritic for the lowest scores) and loathed every minute with.


    There we go, i'll kick us off:

    Game of the gen - Red Dead Redemption 2. The sequel to my favourite game of all time, I went in with massive expectations and not only were they met...they were exceeded.

    Runner Up - God of War. I went into this expecting to enjoy it because ive played every game in the series and enjoyed all of them.....but this was something else, something truly special.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - Watch Dogs 2. This actually reviewed fairly well...but then it disappeared with very little fan fair. It builds and improves on every aspect of the first game and deserves a lot more credit than it got.

    Redemption arc of the gen - Ghost Recon Wildlands. This was good when it came out, but over time it was patched, improved, expanded and refined. Absolutely enjoyed every minute with it.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - Anthem. Bought it at launch and couldn't have been more underwhelmed. Its not a "1/10 AVOID" or anything, but its the worst game I paid money for, easily.

    Edited by Ultrasoundwave at 16:39:07 13-07-2020
  • Syrette 13 Jul 2020 12:25:01 51,003 posts
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    Didn't we do this last week? And probably the week before that too?
  • DUFFMAN5 13 Jul 2020 12:30:10 26,465 posts
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    I will have a think 🤔
  • Blackmarsh63 13 Jul 2020 12:30:51 3,966 posts
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    🥱
  • Rogueywon 13 Jul 2020 13:45:24 10,695 posts
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    We did something very similar last week, but a few different categories in this one. So...

    Game of the Gen: Persona 5 Royal. I've enthused about this at length previously. But short version: it's smart, stylish, beautifully written and a rare example of a game that manages to do political themes without being patronising.

    Runner up: The Witcher 3. This was probably the most common pick in the other thread. I don't think I've got much to say about it that others haven't said. Fantastic world design, wonderful writing, technology that was years ahead of the curve. My second favorite game of the generation despite the combat being only "ok".

    Under-Rated Gem: The Surge 2 / Battletech. I'm wimping out here and going for a joint pick. The Surge 2 isn't the best Soulslike of the generation - that was Bloodborne. But it gave it a damned good run for its money. Sadly, it was tarred by association with its inferior prequel and launched in a busy window, so it got overlooked. And Battletech is a bloody awesome game that got very little publicity on launch. It also, strangely, never launched on consoles, despite the XCom games proving both that the genre could work and that there's an audience for it.

    Redemption arc: Final Fantasy XIV. Ok, so the initial disaster was firmly a last-gen thing. But the bulk of the redemption arc, with the former disaster-area turning into the best MMO around, took place over the current console gen.

    Turd: Valkyria: Azure Revolution. The various online storefronts have all been deluged with crap. But in terms of actual commercial games that got a boxed release, I think Valkyria: Azure Revolution has to be the worst I've played by some measure (no, not BOTW) - a barely-functional Musou game with multi-hour cutscenes with no way to fast-advance dialogue. Fortunately, the excellent Valkyria Chronicles 4 washed some of the bad taste away.
  • DrStrangelove 13 Jul 2020 16:06:54 15,371 posts
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    Game of the Generation - Borderlands 3. The best game I've played, great post-release content/support, shame about the poor writing and their clumsy attempts to get endgame balance right. Still the good far outweighs the bad, it's just fun fun fun.

    Runner Up - Dirt Rally 2.0. A more difficult decision, I've got 4 contenders here from completely different genres. One of them will get the next category and the second one is technically a remake of a PS3-era flash game, so in the end I'll go for DR2.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - Supraland. Criminally overlooked, EG shamefully never reviewed it even though it's the sort of game that they might have awarded a GOTY. It didn't get its overwhelmingly positive reviews for nought.

    Redemption ark of the gen - Probably No Man's Sky? The main reason being though that it was released in an early beta state.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - I haven't played a great lot of current gen games, so this is difficult. If I must name one, I'll have to go with Watch Dogs. To be fair, I played it for 15 minutes at most but I hated just everything about it, so it was my worst current gen experience.

    Edited by DrStrangelove at 16:07:01 13-07-2020
  • Syrette 13 Jul 2020 16:15:36 51,003 posts
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    DrStrangelove wrote:

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - I haven't played a great lot of current gen games, so this is difficult. If I must name one, I'll have to go with Watch Dogs. To be fair, I played it for 15 minutes at most but I hated just everything about it, so it was my worst current gen experience.
    Isn't the first 15 minutes pretty much all cut scenes?

    Edited by Syrette at 16:15:53 13-07-2020
  • DrStrangelove 13 Jul 2020 16:18:29 15,371 posts
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    Tutorial mostly. And yeah, cutscenes. But all of it was terrible. I'd like to stress again that because of my limited experience I don't really want to give it that "award", but if asked for my worst current gen experience, it's this.

    Edited by DrStrangelove at 16:24:36 13-07-2020
  • Ror 13 Jul 2020 16:30:58 20,322 posts
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    Redemption Ark of the Covenant.
  • Mola_Ram 13 Jul 2020 16:49:38 25,155 posts
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    We already did this, and "generations" are a bit iffy when you take PC games (and even the Switch) into account, but...

    Game of the Generation

    Witcher 3 - it's a masterpiece, I don't really know what else needs to be said about it

    Runner Up

    Zelda: Breath of the Wild - it deserves accolades as one of the only open-world games that didn't bore me

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen

    Invisible Inc isn't really under-rated - the reviews were fantastic - but I think it should have been more popular than it was. This is the game that I want Klei to make sequels to, not that Don't Starve rubbish

    Redemption arc of the gen

    Out of what I've played... Diablo 3. It started off so badly, but eventually they got it right and I spend hundreds of hours on it. So many that I don't even want to know how many

    Mightiest Turd of the generation

    I don't really know about this one, because generally I stop playing games that I don't like. But in terms of the things I was most disappointed by, Fallout 4 absolutely takes the cake. Bethesda had already made a not-Fallout game with Fallout 3, but I hoped that they would have learned from what Obsidian did with New Vegas. They did not. Fallout 76 was possibly a bigger turd, but I never played it. I'd seen enough Edited by Mola_Ram at 16:55:08 13-07-2020
  • Technoishmatt 13 Jul 2020 21:22:59 4,869 posts
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    GoG - Titanfall 2

    Runner-up - Alien: Isolation (cross-gen...)

    Underrated - Halo 5 (so many haters, gonna hate)

    Redemption - I might also go with Wildlands, but then they destroyed it with Breakpoint, fuckers. So I will go Rainbow Six Siege for the amazing support and bug fixes.

    Turd - tbh I have no fond memories of Breath of Wild. I didnt play any other games I didn't like for very long, but this one I forced myself to continue because everybody doted on it.

    Also: I have excluded anything VR, which would easily win just for the sheer awesomeness.
  • Bichii 13 Jul 2020 21:37:28 4,214 posts
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    Gog - I guess the Witcher 3 but so so many great games.


    Runner up - sekiro or Bloodborne


    Under rated - easily evolve, incredible MP game. Just amazing.....
    Also outer wilds, not under rated as such but not exactly played by many....
    Oh and prey! Absolute classic.


    Redemption - Probably destiny 2. It's not exactly great but it's improved a lot..



    Turd - infamous first light. Maybe played one hour, thank god it was free..hated everything about it. It's the reason I haven't pre order ghost yet as although it looks good these people made it.

    Edited by Bichii at 21:38:08 13-07-2020
  • Humperfunk 13 Jul 2020 21:58:22 8,436 posts
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    Game of the Generation

    Persona 5 Royal. Replaces Persona 5 as the best game this gen. Coming out within the same week as FFVII Remake was brave, and really showed them how a JRPG is done compared to that disappointment. Have been some beauts this gen, such as Witcher 3, Dragon Quest XI, Metal Gear Solid V, Hitman, but think the runner up for me goes to...

    Runner Up

    Breath of the Wild. So unique in terms of atmosphere and discovery, maybe heightened by it being a Zelda game and turning the usual formula on it's head, but fuckin el that was good.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen

    Far Cry Primal. Completed it pretty recently but loved every second of it, would put it up there with 3 easily as my favourite in the series, and am really hyped for Far Cry 6.

    Redemption arc of the Gen

    Definitely No Man's Sky. I actually enjoyed it when it came out but the difference in quality now to launch? Wow, well done Hello Games.

    Mightiest Turd of the Generation

    Difficult one because I don't often give games much time if they piss me off, gaming is a hobby to enjoy so I don't often spend any time on a shit game. Saying that, biggest disappointment would be Fallout 4, but probably the game this generation I finished and thought overall that I maybe regretted playing was Jedi Fallen Order. So many bugs, just frustrating as fuck. Badly needed a fast travel system, would have been significantly better for it.

    Edited by Humperfunk at 21:58:42 13-07-2020
  • ZuluHero 13 Jul 2020 22:26:31 9,708 posts
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    Game of this Gen: Easy, BotW, just loved the freedom, sandbox systems, every corner a sense of wonder.

    Runner up: Hollow Knight, was a tough call between this and BotW.

    Under-rated: Controversially I want to say Death Stranding because it was so polarising. Loved every second of walking. Gave me similar feelings of exploration to BotW.

    Redemption: No Man's Sky. Such hype at launch could only cause it to fail when reality sank in. But credit where credit's due, Hello Games stuck with it and its actually really good now.

    Turd: I don't really remember anything that was bad enough to get this, and even if I did, then I'd have only played it for an hour, traded it and swiftly forgot about it :)
  • Tomo 13 Jul 2020 22:29:21 18,829 posts
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    Game of Gen – PUBG – for 18-24 months, this was unlike anything else, or anything else I've played. Then it gradually got worse and worse until they ruined it.

    Runner-up – Hollow Knight – deep, rich, precise and the best metroidwhatever going.

    Under-rated Gem – Rain World – I prefer it to Hollow Knight, but it's harder to recommend. Requires patience and persistence. But the rewards are so worth it – I've never played a game that's left me so awestruck.

    Redemption – no idea, don't tend to play games that need patching. Deep Rock Galactic maybe? Wasn't a bad game to start with but just kept getting better and better.

    Turd – No Man's Sky – the jankiest piece of shit I've played in so, so long. And I first played it after the NEXT update, which everyone said fixed a load of stuff. WTF was it like before that?! Worst of all, the actually game itself was mind-numbingly dull. Procedurally generated boredom. I'm staggered people like this game.
  • SolidSCB 13 Jul 2020 22:52:22 14,596 posts
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    Game of the Generation - Destiny 2 - If you were to average how much money I have spent on the game per hour of gameplay, it would probably be no more than a couple of pence. Has more than its share of issues in terms of content but it embarrasses any other combat loop in gaming for me. Making a Raid format work within the confines of an action game is probably my favourite innovation since I started playing games.

    Runner Up - MGSV - Somehow manages to be the worst Metal Gear Solid game and the best at the same time. What it lacks in story it makes up for in gameplay. I still load up some of the more epic missions on this from time to time just for fun. Smooth as fucking butter. Other stealth focused games (looking at you, TLoU2) feel absolutely shocking to play in comparison.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - Team Sonic Racing - Most fun I've ever had with a kart game hands down. It's a fucking tragedy that this seemingly sold about 11 copies judging by the online lobbies at launch. This came out just before Crash Team Racing and I expected it to fill the gap in-between. The reality is that I played this long after CTR was consigned to the history books for me.

    Redemption arc of the gen - Destiny 2 - This game launched in a shit state. I barely played it in its first year and then came Forsaken. If they set a walking simulator in the Dreaming City, I'd buy it, nevermind a Destiny game. Just an incredible shot to the heart capped off with Last Wish, probably the most epic stage of any game I've ever played.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - Anthem - A rushed out pile of shite you could see the writing on the wall for months and months ahead of release. I'm not sure what's going on with it these days but the fact it hasn't threatened to take the award directly above this one yet suggests it's all but dead. Long term game indeed.
  • Nanocrystal 14 Jul 2020 00:22:53 2,309 posts
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    Game of the Generation - Bloodborne - Just an absolute masterclass. Every aspect of the game (combat, mechanics, level design, artwork, lore, music) fit together in a coherent vision. It's literally perfect. And those wonderful weapons...

    Runner Up - Dark Souls 3 - While I fully recognise that Bloodborne is the superior game, this has been my most-played title of the generation (around 300 hours I think) and I'm playing it again for the umpteenth time right now. It's my comfort food. A highlight is the huge variety of weapons and builds (an aspect where it surpasses Bloodborne) which gives it huge replayability, plus some S-tier level design (Cathedral of the Deep still makes my jaw drop).

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - Horizon Zero Dawn - I just can't wrap my head around EG and this forum's lack of appreciation for this game, and I'll continue to fight anyone who disses it. An incredible open world with story and lore that in my opinion rivals The Witcher 3 (keeping in mind HZD didn't have the benefit of two prequels and a series of books to draw from), and easily the best combat system of any open world game.

    Redemption arc of the gen - No Man's Sky - I came quite late to this so it was already brilliant the first time I played it. Spent about 100 wonderful hours in this universe and loved every minute. Will go back to it at some point. A surprisingly good, intriguing and evocative story, and every screenshot is a beautiful artwork. The systems and mechanics are fairly shallow, yes, but I see this as an advantage, the game just wants you to get out and explore the universe and doesn't hold you back (at least once you're past the first couple of hours).

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - Fallout 4 - Yes obviously Fallout 76 was worse but I see F4 as where it all started going wrong. F3 and FNV were two of my favourites of the last gen and it's such a shame to see this franchise go in the direction it did. To think that we haven't had a decent Bethesda open world RPG since fucking Skyrim! Tragic. Shout out to Mass Effect Andromeda for killing my other favourite franchise.

    Edited by Nanocrystal at 00:30:33 14-07-2020
  • Bichii 14 Jul 2020 00:36:15 4,214 posts
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    Nanocrystal wrote:
    An incredible open world with story and lore that in my opinion rivals The Witcher 3.
    Well your opinion is shite. :). Hzd was okay, I quite enjoyed it but to put it in the same sentence as the Witcher 3 is on par with talking in the cinema.

    Edited by Bichii at 00:36:40 14-07-2020
  • Nanocrystal 14 Jul 2020 00:47:57 2,309 posts
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    Bichii wrote:
    Nanocrystal wrote:
    An incredible open world with story and lore that in my opinion rivals The Witcher 3.
    Well your opinion is shite. :). Hzd was okay, I quite enjoyed it but to put it in the same sentence as the Witcher 3 is on par with talking in the cinema.
    Bit unfair of you to leave out the rest of my sentence there! TW3 was an amazing game and is unarguably one of the generation's best. At a push I would admit that it's a better game overall than HZD. But it had a well-established universe and cast of characters to draw from. HZD did a great job at introducing an entirely new world and lore while still delivering great gameplay and an engaging story that, for me, was more impactful and memorable than TW3.
  • simpleexplodingmaybe 14 Jul 2020 00:49:18 16,065 posts
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    Game of the Generation

    Resident Evil 7

    For reinvigorating a franchise and genre I love, for the gristliness of the RE engine, for the atmosphere, for jumping straight to the front of my mind when I went to think of an answer.

    Runner Up

    Life is Strange: Before The Storm

    This is the pinnacle of narrative heavy bordering on interactive movie adventure games. Took all the emotional weight of the original and trimmed so much fat.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen

    The Sexy Brutale

    Deceptively clever and macabre cutesy puzzle game that I doubt many people actually played. Rewinding time you observe murders in a casino hotel and go back to rearrange things to stop them occurring. The additional twist being that all of the murders are happening almost simultaneously so you’re working piece by piece on a giant piece of clockwork.

    Redemption ark of the gen

    Fire Pro Wrestling World

    The base game was crazily expensive on launch compared its PC version and while the glory of Fire Pro is supposed to be its creation suite this one was a very thin skeleton of a game with Exhibition, one story mode and a small roster of real world wrestlers adding to its traditional made up roster.

    DLC added two more story modes Which both added to the roster, three packs of additional real life wrestlers, and a ‘promoter’ mode which is essentially Football Manager for running a wrestling company. Most of this could and I think should have been in the launch title and outside of PSN sales you’d be insane to pay full price for any of it (easily £100 rrp to get everything you need) but ultimately the game is a good one once everything is finally updated and added on.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation

    Dragon Age Inquisition

    Admittedly cross-gen and certainly not the worst game technically but it was the most disappointing for me. It was a huge wasted opportunity and ultimately felt like a huge waste of time to have completed. Empty soulless environments, hollow busy work mmorpg inspired quests, a central plot that gets bored of itself toward the end. And a worrying signpost for the direction the genre was going to take in the AAA space.
  • Nanocrystal 14 Jul 2020 01:00:54 2,309 posts
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    simpleexplodingmaybe wrote:
    Life is Strange: Before The Storm / The Sexy Brutale
    Great shouts, I loved both of those!
  • Nazo 14 Jul 2020 08:02:17 1,616 posts
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    Game of the Generation - Nier:Automata. Great story, characters world, combat. I absolutely loved every minute of this, and that soundtrack... incredible.

    Runner Up - Persona 5. Very close call.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - Gravity Rush 2. Not as good as the first game and the story missions had a weird way of taking away the fun, but there just zooming around the world is pure joy.

    Redemption arc of the gen - only came to No Man's Sky after the VR update and wasn't as blown away as I'd hoped but it was fun reading all the updates.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - Final Fantasy XV. On paper quite similar to Nier but everything that game gets right FFXV gets wrong. Terrible nonsensical story. Awful whiny protagonist. Non-fleshed out side characters that just appear and disappear at random. Floaty combat. Boring filler side quests that reveal nothing about the world or the people in it. Massive holes where DLC has been carved out. Then to top it off they slap day-1 fans in the face with the Royal Edition. The worst FF game by miles. I was a fan of the series but after this turd I don't care if they never make another FF game again.
  • Rhaegyr 14 Jul 2020 08:59:16 5,309 posts
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    @simpleexplodingmaybe

    Glad someone mentioned The Sexy Brutale - adored that game and barely anyone talks about it.
  • Zomoniac 14 Jul 2020 09:23:34 10,375 posts
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    Game of the Generation - Life Is Strange. In Dontnod's first attempt at a Telltale game they make the best ever Telltale game. Actually, just the best ever game.

    Runner Up - Red Dead Redemption 2. Not much needs to be said.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - The Last of Us Part 2. Would be third in my GotG chart, and if the user reviews are anything to go by there are a few people out there who don't rate it. They're wrong.

    Redemption arc of the gen - Xbox. To start the generation with a hulking underpowered plastic box and Don Mattrick yelling "TV, TV, TV" and end it with Xbox One X, Game Pass and a huge backwards compatibility library is quite the turnaround.

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. Looks nice in pictures, and the music's good, but this is the biggest slog I've had to get through this gen. I love a good walking sim, but EGttR is not a good walking sim. The run button turns a crawl into a shuffle, and the end result is 5 hours of slowly limping across fields.
  • Rogueywon 14 Jul 2020 09:24:15 10,695 posts
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    simpleexplodingmaybe wrote:
    Mightiest Turd of the generation

    Dragon Age Inquisition

    Admittedly cross-gen and certainly not the worst game technically but it was the most disappointing for me. It was a huge wasted opportunity and ultimately felt like a huge waste of time to have completed. Empty soulless environments, hollow busy work mmorpg inspired quests, a central plot that gets bored of itself toward the end. And a worrying signpost for the direction the genre was going to take in the AAA space.
    This was a weird one for me. I enjoyed DA:I at the time - put around 100 hours into it. But then Witcher 3 came out a few months later and immediately showed DA:I up for the clunky, over-padded mess that it was. I couldn't imagine going back to play it again now (and never played the post-launch DLC, despite owning it all).
  • DUFFMAN5 14 Jul 2020 09:52:34 26,465 posts
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    A bit tricky as I would have liked a multiplayer and single player option, so that is what you are getting :)

    Multiplayer Game of the Generation - Gears of War UE. Stunning remake including updates for "current gen"
    Singleplayer Game of the Generation - The Witcher 3. Just brilliant on all levels.

    MP Runner Up - Titanfall, I know it was also on last but I'm voting the xbox1 version.
    SP Runner Up - Red Dead Redemption 2

    Under-Rated MP Gem of the Gen - Star Wars BFII, as in when it released, was it underrated ? I think it is great.
    Under-Rated SP Gem of the Gen - Sunset Overdrive

    Redemption arc of the gen - Star Wars BF II

    Mightiest Turd of the generation - Anthem, has to be doesn't it ? or Fallout 76 (which I just downloaded from gamepass!)
  • Overmegasixwave 14 Jul 2020 10:07:30 105 posts
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    Game of the Generation - The Witcher 3. I don't really need to say anything here do I? Pretty much been covered before but it's an absolute masterpiece.

    Runner Up - Sekiro. Toss up between this and the Witcher 3 for GotG. Witcher wins because it's got Gwent.

    Under-Rated Gem of the Gen - The Surge. Sci-fi souls-a-like. Yes The Surge 2 is a better game overall but we wouldn't have got it without this and I loved the original anyway.

    Redemption Arc of the Gen - Star Wars Battlefront 2. An absolute clusterfuck of a release with the controversy involving loot boxes and star cards. Thankfully things are much improved now and it's genuinely one of the most entertaining Star Wars games in ages.

    Mightiest Turd of the Generation - Anthem. Hands down the most disappointing gaming experience I've had probably since Radzone on the Amstrad. How you get such a simple premise so wrong is beyond me. The flight mechanics are the best part of the game but you can only fly for a limited time before you overheat? Genius...
  • SteveHolt 14 Jul 2020 11:28:46 472 posts
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    Tomo wrote:


    Under-rated Gem – Rain World – I prefer it to Hollow Knight, but it's harder to recommend. Requires patience and persistence. But the rewards are so worth it – I've never played a game that's left me so awestruck.

    PC or consoles? I tried to play this on PS4 and the game is absolutely captivating, but after a dozen hours I had to abandon it because the controls are just so frustrating/broken it made me want to bite my coffee table.
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