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EA unveiled some new trailers for Titanfall 2 during it's E3 2016 EA Play event earlier today.
Full reveal in a few months.
Titanfall 2 is hoped to fix the shortcomings of the original, says lead writer Jesse Stern.
Developer Respawn teams up with Nexon for an unexpected step in the Titanfall universe.
Today marks the anniversary of Titanfall's release and what better way to celebrate it than with free stuff?
Titanfall released early in 2014 to massive critical success, but seemed to quickly fade into obscurity. Titanfall, developed by Respawn, brings with it a fresh take on the shooter genre. While games like Destiny, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and Call of Duty are being regarded as potential Game of the Year or Shooter of the Year candidates, Titanfall is rarely even brought up in conversation. A week into 2015, the highly anticipated Halo 5: Guardians Beta is in full swing, and while I enjoy it, it just further cements Titanfall as one of my favorite shooters of all time.
Last week the Halo 5: Beta introduced the new Breakout mode, a fast paced mode where there is no respawning. Starting today, the Beta is introducing the Stronghold mode, while retaining Slayer and Breakout. This mode is a variation on the traditional "Capture Points" mode. 343 is also including a fan-voted Forge crafted map called Pegasus.
Not nearly enough attention is paid to good cover art, on both the publisher and the consumer side. Like with films or novels, good cover design should cast an artful eye towards conveying the contents of the game in an eye-catching way. As a collector, good cover art matters to me. It's something that can get me interested in a disc-based game, tipping me into a buying decision. It's something that I value years later when I peruse my collection, feeling the warm rush of nostalgia wash over me and reminding me of everything I loved about a game.
In a sea of mediocre (or worse) cover art, good cover design matters and it should be celebrated! Here is a look at 10 of the finest cover designs 2014 has had to offer!
EA announced that its first person mech shooter is getting a re-release on PC and Xbox One.
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