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The first entry in this franchise was skipped due to a lack of single player campaign but they made up for that in this second visit into the Titan universe. Titanfall 2 was able to keep me riveted in my seat even if it was for a short amount of time.
Story - You take control of a forgettable character who is given authorization to handle a Titan robot due to extreme circumstances. From then on, this games becomes more of a quest to survival rather than building a legacy which both due occur as the story progresses. Survival turns into purpose when this pair resumes a mission previously designated to an ally and it just keeps getting bigger. The most impressive aspect about the story is the relationship between the man and the titan as they traverse diverse areas with several gimmicks in each one. In one level, you're dealing with time rifts while another deals with aerial approaches. Needless to say, the levels always offer something fresh and the titan provides some unexpected humor along with some emotional attachment to its character.
Graphics - They're as good as any other game of its time. Animations are smooth and the environments are vibrant with color. I wish there was more diversity in enemy AI because the only difference is on whether you're shooting humans or robots along with their throwable weapons. There's creatures in some levels but that's about it.
Gameplay - The gameplay has two versions of play depending on who you are controlling. The human pilot deals with more close encounters and is the typical shoot em up while the Titan controls like a true monstrosity and deals with the bigger foes. As stated earlier, each level has its own gimmick and lends itself to be really unique from its previous levels which keeps the gameplay fresh. Titanfall also uses a wall running mechanic that is assisted with jets to hold some cool maneuvers as you run on walls and shoot at your enemies from every direction. The one glitch that came up when wall running was that my player would throw grenades at random times when wall-running. I changed controllers to check if it was a malfunction but it kept doing this.
Overall, the game provided some great moments while also leaving room for a sequel. The relationship between man and machine is often characterized in the media but this one made it feel more like the Iron Giant rather than Terminator. I greatly enjoyed its single story campaign and can not wait for the next one.
I got this the first day it came out. Some changes getting used to compared to the first one on the multiplayer. I think the TTF1 is better because you can customize your Titans extensively. On TTF2, you are stuck with the weapons for that Titan and basically that's your weapon. You can change weaponized abilities of the Titan though.
Anyway, when COD-IW came out, this game was put aside. Was playing COD extensively since my friends were too. However, we were playing the Modern Warfare game instead of IW. Now I freakin' played that game for a year when it first came out and I'm stuck playing it again because my friends are so hooked into it.
One time, I got so bored with COD that I decided to do the TTF2 single player/campaign. OMFG......this single player is SOOOOOO GOOD! It's one of the best SPs I played and got hooked to it that I wanted to finish it in one sitting (but I have a job). If you have ever played METAL GEAR, it had the same feel on some aspects. Makes you really think and not just a one dimensional campaign. That alone is really worth my money I spent to get this game.
Now, while my friends are playing COD-MW, I play TTF2 multi player. I'm getting the hang of the game play now and I'm beginning to appreciate it even more. So yes, I left my friends behind! :)
This is one of the best FPS (1st person shooters) I've played that wasn't also an open-world RPG. There was never a dull moment playing this, and I looked forward to playing it more than many other games. The story line was relatively engaging, especially for a FPS. The environments, weapons, and the graphics in general were phenomenal. It is action packed and exciting in a way that many other video games are not.
I was disappointed how quickly it was over though. It only took me 12 hours at regular difficulty, and I tend to play a little slower than most. I really hope that when they make a 3rd Titanfall that they make it a much longer game.
Overall though I am very glad I bought the game and will likely play through the story line again at some point.