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Titanfall 2 Deluxe Edition - Xbox One

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    • EA Titanfall 2 Deluxe Edition

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (981 out of 1001)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Respawn Entertainment
    • Publisher: EA
    • Platform: Xbox One
    • Genre: Action and Adventure
    • Release Date: 10/28/2016

    Synopsis


    Be the hero in Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall 2 Deluxe for Xbox One. The studio that created the original Titanfall has delivered a sequel challenging you to figure out whether you're willing to die for what you believe in. Live the adventure with Titanfall 2 Deluxe, and enjoy marathon gaming sessions whether playing alone or with friends.

    Features


    Deluxe Edition Content

    Stand out on the battlefield with Prime upgrades for Ion & Scorch, available this December. Beyond skin colors, these modifications upgrade the physical look of your Titan, change the sound effects and more.

    On day one, customize every Titan with instant access to exclusive Excalibur Chrome Warpaints and Thunderbird Nose Arts. The Splinter Ocean and Quantum Ocean Camos are also included and are ready to be applied to every Titan, Pilot, and weapon.

    Includes:

    Prime Titan customization for ScorchPrime Titan customization for IonThunderbird Nose Arts for each TitanExcalibur Chrome Warpaints for each TitanSplinter Ocean CamoQuantum Ocean CamoGold Caliburn Callsign

    Feel the power of 20-foot tall war machines.

    Advanced, action-packed gameplay fighting as a pilot unique 20-foot combat units. Whether fighting as a Pilot, the apex predators of The Frontier, or as a Titan, 20-foot tall war machines.

    Titanfall 2 provides an incredibly fun, fluid, and thrilling combat experience that is unmatched.

    Captivating single player campaign - step on to The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming a Pilot.

    Stranded behind enemy lines, and against overwhelming odds, you must team up with a veteran Vanguard-class Titan and uphold a mission you were never meant to carry out.

    Deeper multiplayer action - with six brand-new Titans, a host of deadly new Pilot abilities, an expanded customization system, new modes and much more, Titanfall 2 gives players the deeper MP experience they have been asking for.

    Play with friends, or make new ones - the social tissue of Titanfall 2, Networks makes it fast and easy to play with friends old and new.

    Whether Social or Competitive, players will be able to create and join a variety of Networks that best suit their play styles and preferences.

    For 1 player or multiplayer support.



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1001 reviews

    98%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Single-Player Campaign Adds Greatly to This Sequel

      Posted
      Al1977
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      When Respawn Entertainment first showed off its concept for Titanfall and hinted at a first-person shooter full of acrobatic action and towering robot warriors that could rival Call of Duty, Titanfall was the game that I wanted to play. They've since doubled down on its compelling formula of breakneck movement and grandiose scale, tapping the vein of those literal and figurative explosive moments that we brag about afterwards. And this time around, the first game’s lacking single-player component has been addressed with admirable results, offering an engaging trek through a universe that was begging to be fleshed out. Titanfall 2’s campaign is the tale of rifleman Jack Cooper, who’s unexpectedly given the reins of Vanguard-class titan BT-7274 (AKA “BT”) when the two are stranded on the planet Typhon after their starship was brought down in an ambush by the evil mega-corp IMC. Their pairing is a good one, if somewhat predictable, with both characters playing off one another in the fashion of their archetypes. BT’s artificial intelligence personality is dry, logical, and ready to misunderstand Jack’s human colloquialisms and turns-of-phrase for slight comedic effect, while Jack is the relatable everyman grunt who knows next to nothing about being a pilot, much less a hero. This sets the stage for the pair to work together through nine chapters of excellent level design that showcases Respawn’s genuine talent for conveying scale. Each chapter is a sprawling playground of twisting jungle valleys, massive factories, military structures, and debris fields, each seeped in their own dense atmosphere thanks to gorgeous vistas and dramatic lighting. Playing through the approximately six-hour campaign I was impressed that each level felt big enough for me to sprint, hurdle, double-jump, and wall-run through while also being well enough organized that I never felt lost. It’s linear, but open enough to create an illusion of freedom. Only occasionally was I forced to stop and consult the objective beacon, which is great considering the amount of time I spent dashing through mazes of massive air ducts or across assembly lines big enough to construct entire buildings.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      You won't regret buying it.

      Posted
      Narcosys

      Bottom line up front: This game is different from the first, but this is a good thing and this game deserves all the praise it has received. The addition of a single player was much needed. The campaign is fairly short depending on which difficulty you play, but it is an excellent introduction to the game and it's mechanics. It is engaging, fun, and seemless. It brings back elements from old games where you had defined boss battles and gives a bit of nostalgia for the older generation of gamers. The multiplayer has had its ups and downs from the start but respawn had been highly active in ensuring balance and fairness in the game. You're always going to have your naysayers, and the game can den to have net code and server/client rock rate issues at times bit for the most part the gameplay is fast paced, exciting, and different everytime. The mechanics smooth, movement is smooth, and you always feel like you can learn more. The leveling up system has changed from the first and it is pretty basic and straightforward. This is good for newcomers but for those of us use to the first one, it feels bland. The lack of challenges in regeneration is sorely missed. The change to the titans was much needed. Many compassion about the lack of customisation from the first game, but the first game devolved into everyone using the same loadout and quickly became boring. This new style allows people to master a style that suits their play, or try to get comfortable with something new. The titans themselves have a rock, paper, scissors feel to them and each one had their best and worst matchups. You could be dominating one minute and then turn around and be facing your greatest weakness. This really forces players to think strategically and figure out how to best use their titan and set themselves up for success, or utter failure. The maps themselves have become more lane based, but they have included, and continue to include old maps. This again is to appeal to newcomers use to call of duty games. This helps with getting use to the games mechanics and the old feel is still there once you get use to the movement. This also allows for more predictable engagement areas and less chaos than the first one. This does not mean that you don't have to be as aware of your surroundings, far from it. Those who get good at the mechanics, movement, and maps can still reek havoc on players. This can be a problem for newcomers as this is a new concept for first person shooters. Even though call of duty tried to copy titanfall, it is call of duty players who seem to have the hardest time adapting. But I promise, if you can learn it, it is the most satisfying thing to be wall running and kill someone, drop down to execute another, leap up and fly across the map and into your titan and then destroy the enemy Titan that had been wrecking your team. You won't regret buying this game and you'll have hours of game time invested before you know it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great but NOT awesome

      Posted
      CO40
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Game mechanics are great. Graphics are amazing–like most games nowadays. I completely dig the overall concept and multiplayer offers a lot of mode options. By far my favorite is the newer Frontier Defense mode. I find their are way too many campers when I play PvP and the match quickly becomes boring. I'm way more in to guns-blazing combat than stealth combat and you have to go the stealth route when their are 3 or 4 snipers in cover on top of towers with line-of-sight to the entire map. But some people like that style of combat so I just pick a different mode to play. There are several that rock. As for the campaign... that left me wanting in a big way. I wouldn't even call it a campaign. It felt like a really involved, well made, training course to get you ready to play multiplayer. I completed the entire campaign in less than 7 hrs. That's horrific. 7 hrs??? And I've seen some reviews saying the campaign is over 15 hrs. No way. Not even close. I wasn't even trying to get through it as fast as possible. I was looking for the secret items on every mission. What it feels like is one complete mission from a campaign. I never got a sense that I was turning the tide of the war or anything that made me feel the campaign was coming to an end and then, boom, credits. Bottom line: If all you care about is the campaign mode then this game is not for you. Rent it. Beat the campaign in a night or two. Then return it. But if you like multiplayer then this game rocks!!! But FYI, there are tons of micro-purchases in multiplayer. Several weapons are purchase-only and cannot be unlocked by increasing rank. I found that to be BS and will not be buying anything extra. I'm from the old school era and when I buy a game I should get everything in that one purchase. I'm not about to spend $1.99 here and there until a single game ends up costing $100. That business model is not for me and should not be for AAA games. Micro-purchases only belong in free games. That makes sense because free games need to get revenue from somewhere. But when a AAA game costs $59.99 at launch or more, don't nickle and dime me!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Very Impressed with Titanfall 2!

      Posted
      XBOXOneGamer
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The original Titanfall game still lingered on my mind when I first fired up Titanfall 2; it was busy, confusing, and lacked a true single player campaign. I wanted to really like Titanfall but couldn't...I wasn't a PVP or multiplayer gamer at the time. Now there's Titanfall 2 by Respawn Entertainment & EA. Titanfall 2 is Incredible! The visuals pop, the storyline carries the gamer along, and the main characters & enemies are memorable. Heck, I actually had grown attached to Titan BT-7274 by the end of the game! With no spoilers...there's some interesting Gameplay within Titanfall 2 too. The Pilot and Titan move without the constant annoying environment "invisible wall or rocks" seen in a lot of game titles today and for the most part, wall running is easier than in the first title. I've played some of the multiplayer and without a doubt, it's back bigger than ever. Team up with your friends and play the Titanfall 2 PVP game types like Attrition and Hard Point and it'll have your hands sweating and adrenaline pumping; complete fun and I'm not even a hardcore multiplayer. Respawn Entertainment, You Guys did Titanfall 2 justice! I'm actually even replaying the single player campaign and working towards the achievements I didn't get the first time through; for me that says a lot because I've lost interest quickly with a lot of games released in the last 2 years. With multiple weapon loadouts, I'm not going to be bored. Titanfall 2 also doesn't punish those "completionist" type players either. Each chapter is easily accessible from the main Campaign menu. I do hope there's another Titanfall game in the works...and if the end of game credits scene has anything to say about it, I'm hoping Yes.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      An absolutely astounding game

      Posted
      CaptainDasein
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I haven't spent more than 10 minutes with the campaign (which I hear is short but excellent--like Peter Dinklage), so I'll keep my review to multiplayer. I picked up Titanfall 1 in December for dirt cheap and fell in love with it. There's something about that first time that you call in your Titan to help you in a multiplayer battle--and that same feeling is captured each time that I play Titanfall 2. I have a hard time getting into video games, especially the FPS genre. This is largely because I consider myself to be terrible. This title, though, keeps me up late laughing and having a great time. Sometimes I even get the highest score in the match! Part of the fun for me is the slight attachement that I get to my Titan while we're fighting together. Whether I'm piloting him or I'm on foot with him on autopilot providing cover fire, it feels better knowing that I have a lot of leverage with which I can work. Being traditionally terrible at FPS games, I feel like my Titan levels the playing field and I love him for that. It's a bit different from Titanfall 1: you can't customize your Titan like you could before, player movement is a bit more to grasp and the burn cards are replaced with amps. Overall, however, 2 is an amazing sequel to the first. I would say that even though there's a bit of a learning curve, anyone who loved Titanfall 1 will really enjoy this title. I picked up my copy for $25 brand new from Best Buy. Wait for a sale, but I would otherwise highly recommend that you buy this game.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Excellent Campaign, Dull Multiplayer

      Posted
      OCClutch
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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The first couple of hours playing the Titanfall 2, I was shocked with how good it was. The campaign had a thrilling story and the combat mechanics were the best I have ever played with. I played all the way through the campaign awe struck and unable to put the controller down. After I finished the campaign I moved on to multiplayer. This part of the games is where improvement needs to be made. Almost everything about the multiplayer is a letdown compared to the campaign. Although very high-paced and competitive there really isn't much to multiplayer games, they feel like earlier COD Team Deathmatch games, which aren't necessarily bad but I would expect more than just a small 6 v 6 game. There is a limited selection of game modes leading to the game to get very old, very soon. Customization although much more quick and fair than say COD or Battlefield doesn't go very deep and the deluxe edition only provides a few skins for your Titan and pilot, in my mind not worth paying more than $2 for. Luckily I bought the deluxe version at around $20 so not out too much. Overall the game got too old too fast and took up too much space on my Xbox (63 GB) to even consider keeping. I'll likely trade mine in the next couple of days or sell to a friend. Although I wouldn't recommend buying at any price over $30, the game can be fun if you are willing to put the time into a more dull, unpopular multiplayer.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Freaking Amazing

      Posted
      XboxOneguy8

      I was able to get early access to this game and it now has a single player campaign and WOW is it everything I wished for, you play as Jack Cooper, a rookie trying to become a pilot. After he's left for dead in an exotic wasteland he comes across this Titan Ripley that's original pilot died, you and him link up and form a bond through 25 missions and over 15 hour campaign. Thorough it all you fight for survival, friendship and courage that you can do anything. Also multiplayer returns with a vengeance. There is also new weapons and gadgets such as a harpoon gun, rope launcher and grappling hook. This game has heart and is so thrilling. I give it a solid 10/10 ENJOY!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Hands Down Great AAA Title

      Posted
      Frostaxius

      Titanfall in 2010 was somewhat rather seen both good and bad. Because of how it divided its player base with purchasable DLC. They elevated the bar and made a great decision on making content free. Like Halo 5 and Rainbow 6 Siege you're getting a FULL GAME. With FREE additional content per update. No longer is the Titanfall community divided in this game. Although Single Player is limited and could become bigger. This game is at its prime when played in Multiplayer. Like I said, the CONTENT. IS. FREE. Sure, some PRIME TITANS ate purchasable. But that's up on you. Cosmetics that give no advantage that you want is entirely up to you. This game will build on itself with the new content.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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