dealstitanfall xbox one for $44.99 + free shipping

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Now that's a surprise. Not even a month of being released and its dropped $15 and if you look on Amazon you'll see the Collector's Edition dropped about $25.

Now you see why I don't waste my money buying games when are released. Except The Last of Us: Survival Edition, that was well worth it.

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this games not getting the best reviews on amazon. but I won't be pruchasing due to the multiplayer only aspect.

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Well this is game is really fun and worth the money, I remember when Forza Horizon came out I didn't even look at it twice but then in November they did a black Friday sale for it and I picked it up for like $15 and my gosh I would have payed $60 for that game I well overkilled it and I still miss it now that I am on the Xbox One. Titanfall is a good game and definite good steal at $45

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@luke975: I know right? I was surprised when I learned it was multiplayer only. No campaign to get a feel for the story, characters, environment, gameplay mechanics, etc? What happens when people stop playing it? You'll never be able to find an online match and the game will be worthless. Does anyone know if there is an offline mode to play against AI enemies?

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@bsmith1: I can think of a few games that were multiplayer, but they've been pushing this big-time for a while now. why limit yourself to one avenue of making money? people like me that don't enjoy playing online won't purchase, that also means no dlc. seems silly. which kinda sums up the initial releasing news from microsoft concerning the xbox one.

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I rented this game, and honestly, I wasn't really a fan. There wasn't enough there to keep things interesting to me. It was fun for 2 or 3 games, but then it just felt repetitive.

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@luke975: Used to be, games would have a nice campaign mode and then a sloppy, tacked-on multiplayer just so they could say it had one. Now, that trend is reversed with more focus on multiplayer leaving the campaign limited or non-existent. There have been a couple of games (like Assassin's Creed) that I didn't even attempt to play the multiplayer because it didn't interest me; I bought it for the single-player story mode. Oh well, we'll have to see if the trend shifts again.

By the way, it irritates me when a game like Assassin's Creed has half the achievements in the multiplayer mode...I'll never be getting those. Could have added more fun things to do in the single-player to gain achievements, but instead they had that potential gamerscore reserved for multiplayer level-ups and such.