Titanfall isn't the most innovative first-person shooter ever, but it is well-developed and quite fun. Respawn Entertainment brings back some of the high-flying shooting play that once graced titles like Unreal Tournament and Quake III Arena, and marries it to the huge, lumbering mechs called Titans. Even more surprising, the game is still balanced no matter how you choose to play. We balk a bit at the $60 price-tag, as we feel multiplayer-only is a bit easier to swallow at $40, but that's a personal value proposition. Strict single-player gamers need not apply, but if you're open Titanfall has a lot to offer.