Looking ahead in 2017

And so 2017 is upon us. Last year was a lot of things to a lot of people, so I don’t want to spend many words reflecting, except to thank those who have followed my little foray into the world of blogging. I started this site without much of an agenda and unsure of what to expect, but I’ve been delighted and touched to interact with like-minded, genuine people who, like me, want to share their passion with others. My page is only small so far, but I’m excited to keep posting and improving in the future.

2017 is shaping up to be a cracking year for gaming. There will be two new consoles released in the Xbox Scorpio and the Nintendo Switch, as well as a few eagerly-awaited, big-budget games: I’m giddy with anticipation for both Horizon: Zero Dawn and Mass Effect: Andromeda, and to top that we can look forward to Red Dead Redemption 2 at the end of the year. There’s also the enticing prospect of seeing more from PS4’s incredible line-up of games in development, especially God of War, Detroit: Become Human and Insomniac’s Spider-Man – this year’s E3 should be mind-blowing.

With so much to look forward to, I’m curious to see what other people are holding their breath for. Feel free to share the games – or movies, or comics, or books, or TV – that you’re anticipating this year. I wish all of you the best in the coming months, in whatever you do.

Happy gaming,


10 thoughts on “Looking ahead in 2017

  1. I was looking at the big releases this year and realised most of them aren’t of interest to me. Resi 7 and Mass Effect perhaps, Zelda even though I won’t be getting a Switch (I suspect). But many seem uninteresting. I’m hoping for some good announcements soon or some cool indie games to sneak out, but on the whole I’m not too sold on 2017 yet.

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      1. It was designed for WiiU originally. That would be wonderful if they release it on both equally! Hopefully the switch from disc to cartridge won’t make that too difficult (I really don’t know how all that programming works).

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