Hello, and welcome to part two of my contribution to Our Year in Games 2016. I’m continuing my tale of my year in games by talking about another selection of games that weren’t necessarily released in 2016. I have played new games this year, honest! But a lot of older games have played some part in shaping my year in games. Here’s four of them.
Games journalism is moving forward and breaking new ground with prominent figures such as Matt Lees and Cara Ellison use Patreon to crowd-fund support for exploring new avenues. Matt looks to be branching into doing YouTube on his own terms while Cara is travelling and getting into embedded journalism with indies. And then of course we get articles which spend the first half talking about how to breathe. I won’t link to that, save to say I didn’t see the point. The question is, what can we do here at Reticule Towers to give you what you want. Let us know in the comments.
On a less serious note, lets get on with Our Week in Games.
[Update]An official website is now live right here, and a press release is now available after the break. Lo-and-behold, Battlefield 4 has been confirmed by way of a Medal of Honor blog-post which reveals that you will get Beta access to Battlefield 4 if you pre-order Medal of Honor. It should be no surprise that there is another Battlefield game, but I can see some people wondering why it isn’t another Bad Company game and instead is going to be…