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Titanfall Collector's Edition Trailer Previews The Titan Statue
The centerpiece of the Titanfall Collector's Edition is a handcrafted statue. Respawn Entertainment has released a video preview of this collectible so that you can see what you're paying for.
Xbox One Cloud Updates Can Cause Host OS Reboots Mid-Game
I'm sure many of you love playing games, getting to a point where you're rocking some mean combos or dropping scrubs with some mean no-scope headshots and then the game instantly freezes and the host operating system reboots out of nowhere. Well, as much as I would love to say that's an impossibly unlikely scenario, Microsoft admits that it's a very real thing with cloud updates for the Xbox One.
Titanfall Not Coming To PS4 At All, Will Be Exclusive To Xbox One, Xbox 360
If you were hoping that Respawn Entertainment would pump out the sub-par version of Titanfall for the Xbox 360 and Xbox 720p at a paltry 720p and 60fps and then move on to bigger and better digs by releasing the PlayStation 4 version at 1080p and 60 furious frames per second, think again. Microsoft paid EA to keep the game off the PlayStation 4... for good.
Titanfall Downgraded To 720p For Xbox One?
As we head ever-so-close to the release of the Xbox One, we begin to find out more and more that the games running in HD at 1080p and 60fps at E3 really couldn't have been running at that resolution if the games will run at lower resolutions and half the frames on the actual Xbox One, or so that's what we can take away from this latest bit of news.
Titanfall Release Date Set For March, Collector's Edition Includes Titan Statue
Respawn Entertainment's shooter Titanfall will be launching worldwide in March on the Xbox 360, PC and Xbox One. In addition to announcing the release date, publisher EA also revealed the $250 Collector's Edition.
Titanfall On PS4? Major Nelson Responds
One of the biggest worries over in the Xbox (fanboy) camp is that Respawn Studios' Titanfall, their mech-vs-man online FPS title, may not be an Xbox One exclusive. Well, Larry “Major 'Flip Switcher' Nelson” Hryb has chimed in on the matter after being asked about it, and you'll be interested to read what he had to say.
Titanfall Eurogamer Demo Ran On GTX 770 PCs At 60fps
Instead of having to fish for screenshots, paddle around forum boards for proof or bug developers for quotes of truth, Respawn Entertainment went and saved us all a lot of trouble by saying that Titanfall has been demoed on PCs running Nvidia GTX 770s at 60 stable frames per second and they're expecting the game to perform the same on the Xbox One.
Your Titanfall Beta Invite Is Fake
Did you receive an email about the Titanfall beta? If so, you shouldn't get too excited because developer Respawn says it's a scam.
Titanfall PAX Prime 2013 Gameplay Introduction Video
A new gameplay tutorial and introduction video has been released that gives gamers a very visual and almost visceral rundown of how Respawn Entertainment's upcoming Titanfall will play. The video relates entirely to the PAX Prime 2013 gameplay demo that was on display but it also gives you an almost complete idea of what the actual gameplay will be like when it launches next year.
Titanfall: Why It Doesn't Have Single-Player
Titanfall is the first game from Respawn Entertainment, a studio founded by former Infinity Ward employees. As a result, it's going to be compared to Infinity Ward's Call of Duty franchise. However, Titanfall varies from COD in one major way: it doesn't have a single-player campaign.
Titanfall Not Exclusive To Windows 8, Gamers Rejoice
Due out this fall for the Xbox One and PC, many gamers have been curious if the game would force them to upgrade from the currently loved and workable Windows 7 to the somewhat loathed and patience-belaboring Windows 8. Well, the good news is that Respawn Entertainment has clarified that the game is not a Windows 8 exclusive
E3 2013: Titanfall Announced For Xbox One With New Gameplay Trailers
Microsoft, EA and Respawn Entertainment have announced Titanfall, the new generation first-person shooter where you head into battle, grab a mech and shoot the mess out of enemies. The two new trailers are pretty intense and showcase a nice look at the potential for future FPS titles.
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