To be honest I haven't played Titanfall much at all - I'm a little bummed at the purchase really. Not much longevity for me.
I loved the beta but didn't buy the game for the same reason- the game would get old quick...would play (and enjoy) the hell out of it for a few weeks and then get bored of it...plus the $60 intitial price was too steep for the value...still thinking about getting it when the price drops under $20 but by that time there might not be any point...best to wait for Titanfall 2 where hopefully the developers learned from their mistakes and improved the experience
I'm hesitant about Watch Dogs for the same reason...eventually hacking everything will lose its appeal
I need a new game - Watchdogs looks good, but there are so many ways they could screw it up. It seems every other video they release looks half assed and boring. Its not a day one purchase for me - I have no problem waiting a week or two, if they are all glowing reviews its probably worth 60 dollars. If not, I'll wait till the 40 or 30 dollar level.
This is a first....Respawn is gutting game modes deemed not popular enough on PC.
One more reason why console style match making sucks arse.
Does't matter if you pay $60.00 or $10.00. No one is playing. I just like fool bought it thru origin sale. Went on twice and no one is playing.
Is anyone still playing this game? It seems like it fell off of the radar a couple of months after release.
I ask because Origin has it on sale for $40 and I was thinking about picking it up, but not if its pretty much abandoned.
The DLC map pack system killed off the PC community that was small to begin with. Hopefully this will be (yet another) lesson for developers that match-making systems require absolutely everyone to be on the same page as far as match making lists. The only reason CoD got away with it is because of the massive playerbase on consoles meant even with fragmenting matches between who has DLCs, there were always plenty to play against.