Average User Score: 5.8Apr 13, 2014Awesome game. The negative reviewers are going out of their way to troll on here. Most of them claim to have spent 20-30 hours (within 5Awesome game. The negative reviewers are going out of their way to troll on here. Most of them claim to have spent 20-30 hours (within 5 days, lol) on this game then come here and rate it a "0"? Makes no sense. Also, anyone who says it's call of duty with mechs has not played the game. It is multiplayer only, so anyone marking down the score for that reason is stupid. That's like scoring NBA 2k14 low because it's a basketball game. THIS IS A MULTIPLAYER GAME. Now, for my review.
This may be the most well balanced FPS game I've ever played. The pilots are equipped with anti-titan guns that deal massive damage to titans but are not as effective against pilots than a primary gun or even side arm gun. This means titans can be brought down by a small group of pilots. It's 6v6 which I thought was a downside but this number helps balance the number of pilots and titans on the battlefield. The maps are amazing. They are huge yet the action seems to be everywhere. And the verticality of the maps make them even bigger! There is a limited number of weapons and perks, which I love. Learning each weapon is not only doable, but encouraged. I thought CoD went overboard with their killstreaks and perks. This game is more like CoD modern warfare 2 in terms of attachments, perks and bonuses (burn cards). I rated this a 9 because I would have loved to see a "horde mode" of maybe 8 player coop. Other than that, this is a damn great FPS MULTIPLAYER game. The best way I can describe Titanfall is that it's a game somewhere in between Halo 3 and CoD Modern Warfare 2 (The best of both franchises, IMO). Anyway, any true FPS, sci-fi and/or multiplayer gamer should give this a try and see for yourself.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.3Oct 14, 2012I loved the first 3 episodes and was absolutely hooked by them. I found this episode the least enjoyable of the 4. The writing is stillI loved the first 3 episodes and was absolutely hooked by them. I found this episode the least enjoyable of the 4. The writing is still good, the voice acting is still among the best and there are no shortages of twists. My only complaint lies with the progression and development of the main character, Lee. I can't stand how incompetent he still is. I was hoping by this time in the apocalypse Lee would be at least a fraction of the survivor Rick has become. Lee continues to put himself in stupid situations. There are moments when Lee can drop a small horde of walkers with his trusty pistol, yet there are scenes where it seems he is seeing a walker for the first time. Seeing Rick, Andrea, and Carl develop into harden badasses was a wonderful treat... I was genuinely hoping for a similar transformation with Lee.. Clementine has followed Carl's footsteps, leaving Lee way behind. The bottom line; protagonist Lee is the same guy in episode 4 that he was in episode 1. And that is very tragic..… Expand