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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Titanfall on Xbox 360 delayed

The Xbox One exclusive Titanfall has been a huge hit since it was released earlier this month. Titanfall alone has been a driving factor in moving Xbox One units recently and it’s been getting rave reviews from almost every outlet. Though I don’t have an Xbox One, I was looking forward to the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall, which was originally slated for a March 25 release. Unfortunately,the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall has been pushed back to an April 8 release inNorth America and an April 11 release in Europe.

Ever since I first heard about Titanfall, I’ve been dying to try it but since I probably won’t ever be getting an Xbox One, I’ve resigned myself to settle for the Xbox 360 version. I’m planning on waiting for reviews of it as well. The 360 version of the game is being developed by Bluepoint Games instead of Respawn Entertainment and as far as I can tell, Microsoft hasn’t showed the 360 version of Titanfall to anyone yet. Keeping the game under wraps, a third-party studio developing it and now a delay? I may just be pessimistic but those signs make more than a little worried about the overall quality of the 360 version of Titanfall - especially now that the news has broken that Titanfall was originallymeant to be a PC exclusive.

Titanfall is a first-person shooter from Respawn Entertainment that puts slight twists on the standard FPS format. Featuring giant, bipedal robots called Titans that players can control, 6v6 gameplay alongside computer-controlled bots and some of the most fluid and fast-paced gameplay seen in an FPS, Titanfall looks to break the mold of usual shooters. The magic of Titanfall is the interplay of Pilots (human players) and the rampaging Titans. Though Titans are massive war machines, Pilots are nimble and more than capable of eluding and taking down the behemoths. The addition of bots to create a chaotic environment really helps drive home the feeling that you’re part of an intergalactic war. Titanfall focuses on multiplayer action but does tell a cohesive story that you can play through from beginning to end.


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