These Were The Best PS4 Games Of 2020

These Were The Best PS4 Games Of 2020

Not long after its July 2020 release, Suckerpunch's Ghost of Tsushima gained critical notoriety for its beautiful graphics, its sensitive handling of historical and cultural motifs, and its superbly balanced combat system. The tale of Jin Sakai and his quest to rid Tsushima of the Mongal horde is a love letter to the samurai of legend — a letter happily co-signed by fans and critics.

While many critics focused on Ghost's graphics, storyline, and characters, others — like DualShockers' Michael Ruiz — noted how well-implemented its various mechanics were. Referring to the way that wind acts as a navigation system, he wrote, "I really do think it boasts of the smartest design I have seen in a video game." 

Not only is Ghost of Tsushima's critical applause a testament to the game itself, but Destructoid's Chris Carter believes it reflects positively on its developers. Carter wrote, "With Ghost of Tsushima under its belt, Sucker Punch deserves to be in the same conversation as Insomniac, Naughty Dog, and Sony Santa Monica." He added, "If this generation is to wrap up soon, it's fitting that it'll end with Tsushima: one of its most beautiful games thus far."


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