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Will Titanfall sustain popularity on the PC platform?

#21Born LuckyPosted 3/10/2014 2:20:00 PM(edited)
It's a mediocre game with small maps and no single player.

It'll last as long as 99% of online only games last - not very.
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#22Majoras_pantsPosted 3/10/2014 2:39:54 PM
Born Lucky posted...
It's a mediocre game with small maps and no single player.

It'll last as long as 99% of online only games last - not very.

How long did you spend on the beta? Or are you just guessing because "every new FPS is call of duty"?
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#23tigerex777Posted 3/10/2014 2:41:41 PM
It will be just like the COD series is on PC, most won't care. When I want to play mp fps I play counter strike. If I want single player fps I play games like farcry 3, metro series, and so on. Titanfall just seems too console oriented.
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#24DV8ingSourcesPosted 3/10/2014 2:46:39 PM
I plan on it being my main mp jam for months to come. Played 6 hours with limited weapons, mechs, game modes and only 2 maps and wasn't even close to anything remotely resembling boredom. As much as I enjoy battlefield 4, the netcode and 'feel' of Titanfall puts it in another tier, where I no longer blame the game but actually feel my death was warranted. The game is also always entertaining to me... there is no down time. Even when you lose, you have the chance to escape the battlefield.
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#25Mudkip57Posted 3/11/2014 1:52:14 AM
Meh. I still play SMNC and that has ~100 players daily and dropping. Titanfall is definitely fun. I'll play it till it stops being fun, for whatever reasons that may be
#26Mudkip57Posted 3/11/2014 1:52:24 AM
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#27ArkonBladePosted 3/11/2014 1:57:58 AM
I like the game and think its a lot of fun but I don't see myself playing it longer then 3 months. Then I'll most likely get bored of it.

If there is a sequel it will most likely just be the same thing with just new maps a few tweaks and I will pass.
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#28rusty12000Posted 3/11/2014 4:16:32 AM
I am loving playing the definitive PC version.
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#29triple sPosted 3/11/2014 4:48:37 AM
jake-sf posted...
I don't even know why games like these release on PC. I don't even know why this forum even talks about it. Its irrelevant to any true PC gamers.

Please explain to me what is a true PC gamer?
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#30SlaynPosted 3/11/2014 5:07:56 AM
cynicwithin2000 posted...
Don't know, don't care. It's fun to play. When it is no longer fun to play, I won't play it again. Who cares if it is some super-leet competitive fps. Look at CS. That is pretty much considered the epitome of competitive fps on pc right now and it's one of the more boring games I've ever played. I find it hilarious that people still care about competitive fps games anymore. I guess that they just like hiding in corners for entire games trying to get a couple kills. Personally, I'll take fun over that crap any day of the week. But, then again, I don't define myself by my kdr in video games like most teens and twenty-somethings these days.

WTF are you even talking about? People just want to play a game with an active community. It seems like most of the community will be on console.
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