Science-fiction shooter video game that juxtaposes small vs. giant, natural vs. industrial, man vs. robot.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
James MacAllan (voice)
Nathan Constance ...
Marcus Graves (voice)
Dave B. Mitchell ...
Commander Blisk (voice)
Abbie Heppe ...
Sarah (voice)
Spyglass (voice)
Robert 'Barker' Taube (voice)
Doctor Hammond (voice)
Colette Whitaker ...
Titan OS (voice)
Valerie Arem ...
IMC System OS (voice)
Militia Soldier (voice)
Militia Soldier (voice) (as Brandon Johnson)
Dan C. Johnson ...
Militia Soldier (voice) (as Dan Johnson)
Militia Soldier (voice)
Ben Crowe ...
IMC Soldier (voice)


Science-fiction shooter video game that juxtaposes small vs. giant, natural vs. industrial, man vs. robot.

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Action | Sci-Fi | War


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A formal single player campaign was scraped to focus on the online multiplayer which was always the main selling point for Titanfall. A campaign is still featured in the game, but it's just multiplayer matches with characters narrating over the match. See more »


Cheng 'Bish' Lorck: [when a Militia Pilot jumps onto an enemy Titan, aiming to destroy its weak point] Bring it down.
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Referenced in Bull: Bring It On (2017) See more »

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An excellent online shooter
16 June 2014 | by See all my reviews

Titanfall is ,to put it simply, an excellent experience.

The gameplay is just brilliant, as a pilot you're agile and fast, it's very reminiscent of other twitch-shooters, but with parkour elements added in. But, as a titan you're slow and lumbering. The titans are incredibly fun to use, as their is a definite weight and power to them which adds excellent contrast between playing as a pilot and a titan. The shooting itself is very good also, and creates a very high-octane experience. The maps are very well designed, and the game modes, whilst being nothing innovative, are great and suit the game well.

It is not perfect though. There does seem to be a lack of content at the moment, with only a few weapons and limited customization for each and I would of preferred a little more than 15 base maps as this is an online only game. The online campaign is also pretty bad and serves no real purpose.

But on the whole I'll say titanfall is a very,very solid and refreshing addition to the currently drab and dull expanse of FPS games. I'd recommend it to anyone who is getting bored of the standard FPS formula but still desires high octane action.

definitely worth the money :)

(I played titanfall on the xbox one so I can't guarantee it'll be as good in the 360)

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