Titanfall Review

Experience a revolution in first-person shooters. Pilot powerful titans and battle across over a dozen maps in fast-paced, explosive combat.

Crafted by one of the co-creators of Call of Duty and other key developers behind the Call of Duty franchise, Titanfall is among the most highly anticipated games of 2014, having been shrouded in mystery for nearly three years. The visionaries at Respawn have drawn inspiration from their proven experience in first-person action gaming, and are building on that pedigree by taking a new approach to game design and creating an all-new universe with Titanfall.

Join Your Friends in the Fight.

Millions of gamers have already heard the words “Prepare for Titanfall” crackle over a radio. They’ve experienced the feeling of dropping a titan from orbit – of hearing the scream of a massive, 20-foot-tall mechanical monstrosity burning through the atmosphere. They’ve fought side-by-side with their titan, running on walls and climbing buildings as their robotic buddy laid waste to enemies. They’ve jumped into the titan to take control, and wreaked havoc on their enemies with rockets, plasma pulses and 40mm rounds. They’ve experienced the future of first-person shooters. And now it’s your turn.

Fluid, Fast-Paced Combat

Your Pilot in Titanfall is more capable than the average soldier. You can run on walls and leap between buildings, diving around corners and tumbling through the air. It’s freeing, and you’ll have a hard time going back to other shooters after feeling so powerful and unencumbered.

Massive Titans

Titans aren’t just tanks. They aren’t guardians or suits of armor. They’re more than all of that. You can have one follow you around and lay down suppressing fire, or you can jump into the cockpit and blast away your enemies from within the thick metal shell. You can outfit titans with different armaments, too, making them as customizable as your soldier.

An Innovative Campaign

Titanfall takes a bold step by blending traditional narrative with competitive multiplayer, with huge set pieces, characters and story elements all with in thrilling multiplayer modes. You’re still fighting vicious enemies… but those enemies are players, too.

Good

  • Slick soldier and mech action
  • Excellent balance
  • High-quality maps
  • Fresh multiplayer FPS action

Bad

  • Few modes
  • No private groups
  • Campaign story doesn't capitalize on environments
8.5

Great

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  • Titanfall blends familiar concepts with innovative ideas in remarkable ways, leading to a nearly non-stop supply of epic moments. But for as fun as it is, you’ll likely find yourself wishing the developer, Respawn, was more ambitious when it comes to game modes, since there’s a good chance you’ve captured enough flags for one lifetime.

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