Why are you including games from two separate years? 2019 and 2020 aren't the same
Anyways, it's unlikely as far as I'm concerned. The Last of Us + Grand Theft Auto 5 was a brilliant final send off for the PS3 and I doubt any of the PS4's 2020 games will match either of those, let alone both of them combined, so I don't think it will take the title for me.
I mean, I guess, but personally I'd count the last calendar year as the last year of a console, and in doing so I'd include GT6 for PS3s final year despite it releasing after the PS4 release.
As for those games, as much as I'm looking forward to Cyberpunk, I just don't think it'll top GTA 5. GTA is pretty special to me and no open world game has ever beaten it as far as I'm concerned (although Oblivion did come close!). I very much doubt Cyberpunk will have a good enough open world to beat GTA and well I can't really say an open world FPS story really sounds like the kind of story that would put it above GTA 5 either.
I also have doubts about TLOU 2 topping the original. It's possible of course, and Naughty Dog have done it before with Uncharted 2 > 1, but TLOU was much much better than the original Uncharted so it's going to be a much harder feat this time around.
For both posts.
You both are right on "last 12 months" and "last calendar year". But in the end we know he is talking about the tail end of PS4 being fantastic and for him the best ever.
duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"
Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"