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Submitted by Captain_Mushroom 410d ago | review

‘Titanfall’ Review | Analog Addiction

Analog Addiction:

"As someone who has been playing games for over 17 years, I have noticed my playing behavior has changed a bit over the last few years.

It’s unquestionably still a passion in my life, but I find myself playing in smaller bits throughout the day and more often by myself with single player modes.

I used to play games for hours on end. One minute I would be staring at my screen in the middle of the afternoon; the next moment I looked up, it would be the darkness of the midnight hour.

I don’t know if it’s because I’ve realized other things take a higher priority or I simply can’t have marathon gaming sessions anymore.

I was not sure if there would ever be a time where I could get back into this habit, but I have, and of all the games to do it, Titanfall – a multiplayer-only title – is the one.

Translation: Believe the hype behind this game folks." (PC, TitanFall, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 9.1/10

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