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#1 MathMattS
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I very much enjoyed the Titanfall beta. I can't wait for the actual game to come out.

It adds a lot to your standard FPS, with so many different ways to play, often changing several times during a match.

I'm hoping the final product has a co-op mode. Also, I do think that Respawn missed an opportunity to make an original, creative single-player campaign. I'm interested to see how they weave single-player aspects into the multiplayer.

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#2  Edited By MathMattS
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I have the game preordered. I really liked the beta. It's fresh, and doesn't feel like a regular FPS.

I think it could be a lot more than just competitive multiplayer, though. A co-op mode would be nice. As for single-player, I think Respawn missed a great opportunity to reinvigorate single-player with a creative, awesome campaign. I'm hopeful that the single-player elements are enough so that it doesn't feel mindless after awhile.

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Standby for Titanfall.

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#4  Edited By MathMattS
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I've played the beta and it's good. It's nothing groundbreaking (which is standard for FPSes these days) and it's basically COD with robots, but it's pretty cool.

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#5 MathMattS
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@sukraj: Indeed. To me, there are some exclusive franchises/games that set the XBone apart from the PS4, including Halo, Forza, Titanfall, Project Spark, and Quantum Break.

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#6 MathMattS
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I lean hardcore, but not totally hardcore. I like a lot of franchises, like COD, BF, AC, etc., but I don't obsessively play multiplayer.

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#7 MathMattS
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I loved the Star Wars: Rogue Squadron games on N64 and GCN, as well as Shadows of the Empire on N64.

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Both are outstanding games. COD's longevity comes from multiplayer, while AC's longevity comes from single player. There's a ton of stuff to do in AC 4.

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#9 MathMattS
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Overall, I prefer single player over multiplayer. In general, I like the campaigns of the FPSs that come out (most recently, COD Ghosts and BF4-- though I wish BF4 would quit erasing my campaign progress).

There are three MMOs coming out this year-- The Division, Destiny, and Titanfall. I'll be getting all three. I've been reluctant to get into MMOs, but if that's the way things are going, it doesn't look like I have much choice. I wouldn't be surprised if the next COD and BF are MMOs.

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#10 MathMattS
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Check out Call of Duty: Ghosts and Assassin's Creed IV. COD Ghosts is (in terms of multiplayer) the same game as all other COD games, but the single-player campaign is great. Assassin's Creed IV is chock-full of stuff to do and a good story.

As for January, Tomb Raider Definitive Edition is coming out January 28. It's revamped graphically for the next-gen systems.