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Titanfall Xbox 360 release delayed to April 8th

Titanfall Xbox 360 release delayed to April 8th

Though we’d originally been informed that the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall would be pushed at the same time as the Xbox One version, then that it’d come a bit later in March, now it’s headed for April. This change has been made due to the Bluepoint Games development of the game not being entirely perfect before launch, moving the launch from March 25th now to April 8th. The PC (through Origin) and Xbox One versions of Titanfall have been available since March 11th, 2014.

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Battlefield 4 Naval Strike expands largely on Paracel Storm

Battlefield 4 Naval Strike expands largely on Paracel Storm

Players of the war game Battlefield 4 on any of its various platforms will know of the map called Paracel Storm. For those lovers of said map, good news is afoot - lead gameplay designer Gustav Halling has suggested through the BF4 blog that "with this expansion we wanted to give players who love [Paracel Storm] more variations in the naval gameplay." Today the first teaser trailer for Naval Strike has been revealed.

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Titanfall life-size Titans behind the scenes with Daniel’s Wood Land

Titanfall life-size Titans behind the scenes with Daniel’s Wood Land

There’s a massive Titan making its way across Germany right now in a tour that’s promoting Titanfall to the masses. As we’re suitably addicted to all things Titanfall at the moment, we decided to investigate this monster closer, finding the creator of not just this one Titan, but the other US and UK-based model as well. Here we chat with CJ Berg Theming Designer for Daniel’s Wood Land about the creation of the world’s only two life-sized Titans in existence today!

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Titanfall launch brings Titans and high-flying pilots to the streets

Titanfall launch brings Titans and high-flying pilots to the streets

Supposing you weren’t aware that the game Titanfall had launched, you may very well be presented with acrobats or a two-story-tall mech soon to remind you. What we’re doing today is exploring in brief a number of launch measures pushed by EA Games and/or Respawn Entertainment in an effort to pump up the public about the release of Titanfall. First we’ll have a look at the London release, marked by free runners in Titanfall Pilot attire.

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Five key takeaways from our Titanfall Review

Five key takeaways from our Titanfall Review

Our Titanfall Review is nearly 5000 words long. It’s not your everyday average game review, and not something you’re likely to read the entirety of unless you’re either seriously torn about the game or you’re overly-obsessed. What we’re doing here in the aftermath of that article’s release is taking you down a slightly easier-to-digest path, a sort of "Titanfall for the Gamer on the Go", if you will.

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Titanfall Review

Titanfall Review

Prepare to be wowed. In Titanfall, the developers at Respawn Entertainment have made a massive name for themselves in the industry at the same time as they've ushered in a new generation in multiplayer gaming - a new generation that's long overdue. The team at EA Games have made no secret about Titanfall being a game-changer, and based our tests with the final build of Titanfall in the real world with real, live servers for Xbox One and Windows, we'd have to agree. Titanfall quite simply takes every genre it belongs to out a whole new door.

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Titanfall early gameplay: Respawn says “we won’t ban accounts”

Titanfall early gameplay: Respawn says “we won’t ban accounts”

We’re ramping up to the official launch day for Titanfall - next Tuesday, the 11th of March, that is - and it’s become apparent that a backdoor has been opened. In response to word that players - through various means - would be banned by Respawn Entertainment (the developers of the game) for playing the game earlier than the 11th, the team has made clear that they’ll do no such thing.

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Titanfall Burn Cards detailed deeper: no trades, no in-game purchases

Titanfall Burn Cards detailed deeper: no trades, no in-game purchases

With just days left before the full official launch of Titanfall, Respawn Entertainment are taking some time to show off more details about in-game play. Today’s bit has to do with Burn Cards, giving users the ability to give themselves a temporary burst of abilities in a round. As the game is all multi-player, each round’s abilities can have a significant impact on the game.

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Titanfall preload live on Origin: all 49.99GB of it

Titanfall preload live on Origin: all 49.99GB of it

It’s time to get pre-loading for Titanfall with Origin. Users will be able to download most of the package required for them to play the game - the rest will come in on the 11th of March, next week. Meanwhile this game has begun arriving at retailers, at least in the UK. In the United Kingdom the shop known as ShopTo has shown their massive stacks of Titanfall units for Xbox One - crates and crates and crates.

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Titanfall pre-orders cancelled in South Africa: Azure MIA

Titanfall pre-orders cancelled in South Africa: Azure MIA

It would appear that - as the internet is required to play Titanfall no matter where you play it - weak performance in South Africa has prompted cancellations of pre-orders. At the moment it does not appear that this has happened in any other region in which Titanfall is being sold, only in South Africa. While previous reports had South Africa on the map for a sure launch in the area for Titanfall, this week we’re to understand that, even with the advanced actions of Microsoft in the area of Azure datacenter services in the area, they just weren’t quick enough.

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