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Titanfall 2 - PlayStation 4

Electronic Arts
rated 4.4 out of 5
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Titanfall 2 - PlayStation 4

Features

  • Advanced, Action-Packed Gameplay – Whether fighting as a Pilot, the apex predators of The Frontier, or as a Titan, 20-foot tall war machines, Titanfall 2 provides an incredibly fun, fluid, and thrilling combat experience that is unmatched.
  • Captivating Single Player Campaign – Step on to The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming a Pilot. Stranded behind enemy lines, and against overwhelming odds, you must team up with a veteran Vanguard-class Titan and uphold a mission you were never meant to carry out.
  • Deeper Multiplayer Action – With six brand-new Titans, a host of deadly new Pilot abilities, an expanded customization system, new modes and much more, Titanfall 2 gives players the deeper MP experience they have been asking for.
  • Play with Friends, or Make New Ones – The social tissue of Titanfall 2, Networks makes it fast and easy to play with friends old and new. Whether Social or Competitive, players

Product Description

Pilot and Titan unite as never before in Respawn Entertainment's highly anticipated Titanfall® 2. Featuring a single player campaign that explores the unique bond between man and machine, and backed by a deeper multiplayer experience, Titanfall 2 delivers fast-paced action brimming with inventive twists.

Titanfall 2

Striking A Fine Balance
by Javy Gwaltney

When the first Titanfall was released, it garnered praise for pitting players against each other in the future as wall-running, submachine gun-toting pilots capable of calling down and controlling massive mechanized death machines. However, the game also received a good deal of criticism for lacking a single-player component. The sequel seeks to satisfy those in search of a more story-driven singular experience and succeeds. If the original Titanfall was a proof of concept, then the sequel is a fantastic and polished second draft that deftly uses all of the qualities that made the first game so bold and fresh.

Titanfall's universe is simple: An evil empire is trying to rule the galaxy and a rebellion is fighting them, with both sides duking it out on various planets. Certain specialists in both armies, simply referred to as “pilots,” are capable of operating mechs called Titans. Pilots are also deadly on their own, capable of swiftly moving across the battlefield and dispatching foes.

In the campaign, you play as rebel Rifleman Cooper, who's training to become a pilot when his regiment gets stranded on a mysterious, lush planet. You wake up to find your mentor dying after he saves your life. He gives you control of his Titan, B.T., and charges you with finishing a secret mission involving something called the Ark. The story's strength hinges on Cooper and B.T.'s relationship. Cooper is unproven but ambitious. B.T. is a straightforward, sticks-to-the-facts A.I. that lives by Asimovian protocols like “uphold the mission” and “protect the pilot.” Their dynamic is akin to a buddy comedy, with Cooper often understating the situation and B.T. taking him to task for it with data. A number of scenes throughout the campaign had me chuckling, and when the credits rolled I was impressed with just how much I cared for my greenhorn-turned-Rambo and his robo sidekick.

The campaign has a narrow mission structure similar to Call of Duty, where you're constantly being funneled from location to location, accomplishing objectives, and then moving on to the next level. However, nearly all of the sections where you're fighting enemies are open, giving you a bevy of tactical options to complete your goals. Early on you come across a camp filled with enemies patrolling the grounds. You can stroll right in guns blazing and kill everyone, or prowl with your stealth camo power-up and snap necks until no one's left. You can even get past this area without killing a single soul, cloaking and dashing past enemies. You can't progress through the entire game without killing anyone, but the option pops up frequently.

See more of the review at Game Informer

Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Product ID133651
Is Preorder?No
Only at GameStopNo
Product Height0.47
Product Dimensions: (H x W x L)0.47X3.53X4.47
Product Weight0.13
Product Length4.47
Product Width3.53
Brand NameElectronic Arts
Developer NameRespawn Entertainment
FranchiseTitanfall

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Product Height0.47
Product Dimensions: (H x W x L)0.47X3.53X4.47
Product Weight0.13
Product Length4.47
Product Width3.53

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Brand NameElectronic Arts
Developer NameRespawn Entertainment
FranchiseTitanfall

Ratings & Reviews

4.4
rated 4.4 out of 5
543 product ratings
335 5 stars reviews
138 4 stars reviews
38 3 stars reviews
15 2 stars reviews
17 1 stars reviews
Graphics
4.3/5.0
Gameplay
4.2/5.0
Lasting Appeal
3.8/5.0

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Great game, needs more gameplay
rated 4.0 out of 5
A Stroman
Verified Purchaser
5 months ago

The game is phenomenal. The only down fall . It is short

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    4.0 / 5.0
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amazing game
rated 5.0 out of 5
Octane29
8 months ago

the graphics are decent the overall game is just amazing

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    5.0 / 5.0
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Worth it
rated 4.0 out of 5
Greg1015643
Verified Purchaser
8 months ago

Amazing graphics, sharp, clear sound and challenging but accessible gameplay. A great first person shooter with robots. I mean, c'mon, robots.

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Best First Person Shooter of the Last Generation
rated 5.0 out of 5
BlingIncorporated
1 year ago

I have owned Titanfall 2 since launch of 2016, 15 days worth of time in the multiplayer and the campaign along with every achievement unlocked. I love Titanfall and I have seen the ugly and beautiful side of a game that lets you do whatever crazy thing comes in your mind. The movement in this game is unmatched from any of the advanced movement games of the last generation and is built on the Source engine which Portal and Half Life used in it's coding. The feeling of jumping on a wall and into a slide on the ground only to increase in speed and kill a player with an action bolt sniper is not only possible and amazing because of Titanfall 2 but it is also easy. The movement is straightforward and rewarding to learn especially with the gun play and flow of the game being so well made. The titan aspect of the game is just awesome as you jump right into a giant robot to beat up other giant robots, there is not a feeling much better especially when you don't feel powerless without a titan. The campaign is the definition of short and sweet, I would not want it any longer. The game racks up at an average of 4-5 hour campaign but there is a "Master" difficulty that makes the easiest parts more difficult and the hard parts insanely difficult. I have completed the campaign on every difficulty and it is fun on every single difficulty. The most content in Titanfall 2 is in the multiplayer, you can reach level 50 and restart 100 times, every weapon feels good and every second feels great. This game practically ruined Call of Duty for me because of how much this game keeps that arcade feel alive that COD left behind for Battle Royal. This game has seen it's lows and highs but after all it is still THE first person shooter to beat in quality.

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    5.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    5.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Boss lvl
rated 4.0 out of 5
Verified Purchaser
1 year ago

Can't get pass slayer his aerial attacks are hard to defend from

  • Gameplay
    5.0 / 5.0
  • Lasting Appeal
    5.0 / 5.0
  • Graphics
    5.0 / 5.0
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Is this a online play only game?
Aspen4 years ago
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No. It has a single player campaign mode and online multiplayer mode.
Mneelysc4 years ago
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ps plus is needed for multiplayer?
Biocic2 years ago
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Yes obviously, any game that costs money needs ps plus, unless it’s a free game.
Mobvibe2 years ago
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Why is there such a great disparity in price between disk and digital editions?
PhenomenalAJS4 years ago
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Because the game depreciates over time by supply and demand, the game kind of died out after a while from later title releases
Rudy3584 years ago
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Is this in game un Mt pleasant gamestop right now on the shelfs
Azreel1 month ago
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