A look at some of the games coming soon to the Xbox One.
stories by Joel Palermo
It just came out today that Titanfall, the critically acclaimed game by Respawn Entertainment, will in fact be an Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC exclusive for the life of the title. This means Sony fans won’t be calling in their Titan when the title drops on March 11.
With Microsoft’s new console, the Xbox One, less than a month away from release, I find myself surprisingly underwhelmed and it has nothing to do with the console itself. In fact, I love everything I’ve seen so far when it comes to the Xbox One and what it has to offer consumers (me) from an entertainment and gaming standpoint. The problem I’ve run up against is a fairly unimpressive list of launch titles in the initial months of the console’s production. Combined with delays in major games like Watch Dogs and The Crew by Ubisoft, things aren’t looking great for Xbox fans at launch. But, hope lingers on the horizon. More specifically, Spring of 2014.
When I think back to some of the most troubled times in my life I remember wanting to get away from it all. I remember wanting to escape the ensuing fate upon which I had fallen, but life offered no medication to alleviate my dissatisfaction. Do you want to know how I dealt with those situations? I played video games. They offered me a chance to work through my distress and gave me a way to leave it all behind for a few hours.
If you’re planning on getting an Xbox One and you haven’t yet heard the news regarding Titanfall’s release date and collector’s edition, then you must be living under a rock. As of October 22, it was announced that Titanfall will be released on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on March 11 in North America and March 13 in Europe.
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