Since you asked @Aerothorn, here’s what we dropped to make space for Cyberpunk - and some other deets no one asked for!
Hades was the clear winner with almost twice as many points as the next game. It was also voted for by 7 people, by far the most of any game. (Paradise Killer got votes from 4 people, almost every other game was voted for by just two people).
8 games got two points each, which meant there was a tiebreaker at the bottom of the table. The games we dropped after internal conversation were Doom Eternal and Ori And The Will Of The Wisps. There were also votes for Noita, though we decided to drop it since it had already been featured on 2019’s calendar (and honestly 2019 is when I played it most).
Other games that were voted for by at least one person but which didn’t make the list were: Among Us, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, Deep Rock Galactic, Fuser, Codblops Cold War, Horizon: Zero Dawn, RimWorld: Royalty.
The game that was dropped to make way for Cyberpunk was: Hardspace: Shipbreaker. I was one of the main voters for Hardspace and I wanted to switch my points across. Hardspace is good, but as I said on the C&C podcast, feels like it will be a better, easier recommendation in future years.
Genshin Impact got no votes, because I didn’t vote for it. If I was putting together a top ten, it would have been number 7 on my list for 2020 - but as it is I only had points enough for 6 games. This is why we use the scoring system we use.
If there’s any questions people have, ask away. I’ll answer whatever as long as it doesn’t involve revealing people’s personal votes other than my own.