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Sure, you've heard us gush about it. But is it really worth spending $250 on? If you're unclear what the fuss is all about, perhaps this four minute video will clear things up. Read more

Respawn has announced that Titanfall will launch on March 11, and a Collector's Edition includes a large statue, art book, and poster for $250. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Aug 20, 2013 4:00PM PDT

Titanfall's latest trailer shows off the Attrition game mode, while also giving an idea of how story hooks will be weaved into the multiplayer matches. Read more

The winners in the annual Game Critics Award have been released for E3 2013, with Titanfall taking the top spot in all six of the categories it was nominated in, including Best of Show. Read more

Microsoft has made some nebulous claims regarding the "power of the cloud." Respawn Entertainment, developers of the upcoming Titanfall, finally make clear what the cloud actually is, and why they're so fond of it. Read more

Why is Titanfall online-only? Why isn't the studio creating a campaign to go along with its multiplayer component? Read more

Jason West left Respawn Entertainment in March, citing family issues, but a new report claims it was more fueled by a rift with studio co-founder Vince Zampella. Read more

Titanfall may currently be exclusive to Xbox One and Xbox 360 (and PC, but apparently that doesn't count because we want Microsoft and Sony to fight in a dank basement) but it won't necessarily always be that way. See, according to publisher EA the exclusivity is one of those "tactical opportunities" that comes along (ie metal briefcases full of money), while developer Respawn Entertainment says a PlayStation version later is "definitely not out of the question." Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Jun 12, 2013 6:30AM PDT

On paper, Titanfall doesn't sound particularly innovative or exciting. But Respawn Entertainment's debut game manages to be much more than the sum of its parts. Read more