Games Played in 2020


published on 1/6/2020


In this list will put the games that I have played solo, with a friend and the dropped ones.

The order of the games will be crologic with some notes.

This list will updated.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Date: 1/6/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 150h13m

  • A fantastic sandbox where the player is mayor of his own village, where he can manage the way he wants, and also build various public projects over time. and yet having a house of their own where can be upgraded over time with a lots of various themes to equip the house. The only point I didn't like very much was the Villages don't contribute to the village's public projects. But apart from that, it is a good game to pass the time when there is nothing to play else.


League of Heroes

Date: 1/6/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 7h47m

  • A Roguelike with various types of objects so that the player can evolve the character throughout the various scenarios. There is not much customization for the character in the sense that the best armor and weapon makes the player win the mission. The only negative point I found in the game is that it became repetitive after some time, where also the difficulty in arranging the special coin also increases what I advise is to use the coin with caution. But apart from this this game is good to play at work break.

Red Dead Redemption

Date: 1/6/2020
Completed: With Friend
Time: 15h42m

  • An undoubtedly action-packed game where the player sees a cowboy movie in firsthand. Despite the action of the game I found the story itself very clich√© and undoubtedly a very repetitive game throughout the acts which disappointed me a bit because it was the game of the year 2010. So I just focused on the main quests of the game since I was feeling bored with this game.

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard

Date: 1/7/2020
Completed: With Friend
Time: 13h20m

  • A game a little different from other Resident Evils, which I found interesting. I had the opportunity to play this game a bit on VR and I loved the experience. However I found that some animations such as opening the doors and healing hindered the gameplay a bit when the player wanted to escape the enemies in my opinion. But aside from the tension in every corner without knowing what to expect, it makes this game a good chilling experience.

Call of Cthulhu

Date: 1/8/2020
Completed: With Friend
Time: 8h42m

  • A investigation game that over the various chapters gradually evolves in the story where it arouses the curiosity of the player until the end, in which the decisions he makes will have influence in the end. Perhaps the only weakness in the game was the low voices in the cutscenes, but other than that it's a game that everyone should play once in a lifetime.


The Beast Inside

Date: 1/9/2020
Completed: With Friend
Time: 5h51m

  • A game with an interesting story that diverges between past and present throughout the chapters. Where there is a balance between horror and tranquility without demanding both styles too much. An interesting story from start to finish, where sometimes the commands can be a bit clumsy in my opinion, but it was a good experience.


Apsulov: End of Gods

Date: 1/10/2020
Completed: With Friend
Time: 5h21m

  • A game involving Nordic mythology that takes place in an underground facility, where the player throughout the game realizes what is going on around him. But there are some points to note, such as the player being trapped in a tube, the enemy being in the same cornered position of the player is, the rooms becoming too repetitive, the power to kill enemies takes a long time to load, among others. I found the story minimally interesting, but if you're expecting a big scary game, you'll be a little disappointed.


Uncanny Valley

Date: 1/11/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 1h21m

  • A small game where the player is a security guard who has just moved to a new city, where he has some problems. The story that exists around the game can be a bit confusing, there are several endings depending on what the player does. Although I think this game is nothing special in my opinion.



Date: 1/13/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 2h56m

  • A game that reminded me a bit of "The Witcher", although the protagonist has no powers, but because he is a alone traveler who works for money. Despite being a small game there are some side quests to do if you want to. Perhaps the downside of this game is the combat system that becomes a bit frustrating for the player because he have to be face to face with the enemy to hit.


Last Heroes

Date: 1/15/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 4h28m

  • A game with a linear story where a player can progress without having too much trouble losing himself to where to go. An RPG for casual gamers, with a slightly cliche storyline with some characters to play. Unfortunately there is no quest journal system, so the player has to be mindful of the dialogue and remember where to go to progress in the story.


Subserial Network

Date: 1/16/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 4h35m

  • A visual novel text, in which I had never played one and I really enjoyed the experience. It has an interesting story where keywords are important to progress in the game, in this world where humanity is angry synthetics.


Last Day of June

Date: 1/18/2020
Completed: Solo
Time: 2h48m

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