This week on Zero Punctuation, Yahtzee recounts the five best, worst, and blandest games of 2020.

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It’s the end of 2020, and I think I speak for everyone and their clenched sphincters when I say, thank fuck that’s over with. Let’s hope in 2021 we can start rolling things back to the previous more stable state of hell on earth. We might’ve been living in constant fear of climate disaster and financial ruin under leaders that could barely display the minimum pretence of caring, but at least we could still hug our elderly relatives as they died gurgling on their flooded lungs. But let’s not forget the most important thing: making sure that the beings that one day discover the ruins of our civilization are very clearly informed on which video games from this year I liked and which I didn’t like. And which just sort of dropped straight through my perception without leaving a mark like a high-fibre turd through an incontinent rectum. Yes, it’s the 5 best, the 5 worst, and the 5 blandest, the tiresome yearly ordeal that, unlike Thanksgiving, you can’t use global pandemics to wriggle out of.

Yahtzee Croshaw
Yahtzee Croshaw is a British comedic writer, video game journalist, humorist, author, and video game developer.

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