Wednesday, 23 August 2017
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Injustice 2 Headlines This Week’s Deals With Gold

Added: 23.08.2017 1:04 | 0 views | 0 comments

Alongside Final Fantasy 15, Fallout 4, Prey, Skyrim, Titanfall 2, and more.

Titanfall 2 Update, New Pilot Execution Teased For August 22nd

Added: 22.08.2017 6:59 | 0 views | 0 comments

More content seems to be on the way for Respawn's shooter.

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Battlefield 1 Revolution And The Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 Ultimate Bundle Are Now Available For Xbox One

Added: 21.08.2017 21:02 | 0 views | 0 comments

 Get the complete First Person Shooter experience with the Battlefield 1 Revolution & Titanfall 2 Ultimate bundle! The bundle includes: Battlefield 1 base game, - Battlefield 1 Premium Pass with 4 themed expansion packs, Red Baron Pack, [...]

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Battlefield 1 Revolution And The Battlefield 1 & Titanfall 2 Ultimate Bundle Are Now Available For Xbox One

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 Get the complete First Person Shooter experience with the Battlefield 1 Revolution & Titanfall 2 Ultimate bundle! The bundle includes: Battlefield 1 base game, – Battlefield 1 Premium Pass with 4 themed expansion packs, Red Baron Pack, […]

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Xbox One X Enhanced Titles at 21/8/17

Added: 21.08.2017 16:05 | 1 views | 0 comments


So, pre-orders for the "most powerful console ever" are live. But, it must be said, the console exclusive games at launch are not plentiful. So, us early adopters will instead be playing existing or future titles in super-duper 4K on our shiny new machines. But, I hear you cry, what games will be available to play in the aforementioned 4k. Have no fear, TiX is here! To be honest it would be easier and quicker to give you a list of games NOT supported! A Plague Tale: Innocence - Focus Home Entertainment Anthem -  Electronic Arts ARK: Survival Evolved (Game Preview) - Studio Wildcard Ashen - Annapurna Assassin’s Creed Origins - Ubisoft ASTRONEER (Game Preview) - System Era Battlerite - Stunlock Studios Below - Capybara Black Desert - PearlAbyss Corp. Brawlout - Angry Mob Games Chess Ultra - Ripstone Publishing CODE VEIN - Bandai Namco Entertainment Conan Exiles - Funcom Crackdown 3 - Microsoft Studios Danger Zone - Three Fields Entertainment LTD Dark and Light - Snail Games Darksiders III - THQ Nordic Dead Rising 4 - Capcom Deep Rock Galactic - Coffee Stain Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition - Activision Blizzard Dishonored 2 - Bethesda Dishonored: Death of the Outsider - Bethesda Disneyland Adventures - Microsoft Studios Dovetail Games Euro Fishing - Dovetail Games Ltd DRAGON BALL Fighter Z - Bandai Namco Entertainment Dynasty Warriors 9 - KOEI TECMO GAMES CO., LTD. EA SPORTS FIFA 18 - Electronic Arts Elex - THQ Nordic Elite: Dangerous - Frontier Developments Plc. EVERSPACE - ROCKFISH Games GmbH F1 2017 - Deep Silver Fable Fortune - Mediatonic Ltd. Fallout 4 - Bethesda Farming Simulator 17 - Focus Home Entertainment Final Fantasy XV - Square Enix Firewatch - Campo Santo For Honor - Ubisoft Forza Horizon 3 - Microsoft Studios Forza Motorsport 7 - Microsoft Studios Gears of War 4 - Microsoft Studios Gravel - Milestone Halo 5: Guardians - Microsoft Studios Halo Wars 2 - Microsoft Studios Hand of Fate 2 - Defiant Development Hello Neighbor - tinyBuild LLC HITMAN - Square Enix Homefront: The Revolution - Deep Silver Injustice 2 - Warner Bros. Jurassic Park Frontier - Developments Plc. Killer Instinct - Microsoft Studios Killing Floor 2 - Tripwire Interactive LLC Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Deep Silver Life is Strange: Before the Storm - Square Enix Madden NFL 18 - Electronic Arts Mafia III - 2K Games Mantis Burn Racing - VooFoo Studios Ltd. METAL GEAR SURVIVE - Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. Metro: Exodus - Deep Silver Middle-earth: Shadow of War - Warner Bros. Minecraft: Xbox One Edition - Microsoft Studios Minion Masters - BetaDwarf Monster Hunter: World - Capcom NBA 2K18 - 2K Games Need for Speed Payback - Electronic Arts Ooblets - Glumberland Ori and the Will of the Wisp - Microsoft Studios Outcast – Second Contact - Bigben Outlast 2 - Red Barrels Paladins - Hi-Rez Studios Path of Exile - Grinding Gear Games PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds - Bluehole Ginno Games, Inc. Portal Knights - 505 Games Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 - Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd. Project Cars 2 - Bandai Namco Entertainment Quantum Break - Microsoft Studios Raiders of the Broken Planet - Mercury Steam Railway Empire - Kalypso Real Farm Simulator 2017 - SOEDESCO ReCore - Microsoft Studios Resident Evil 7 biohazard - Capcom RiME - Tequila Works ROBLOX - Roblox Robocraft Infinity - Freejam Ltd. Rocket League - Psyonix Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure - Microsoft Studios Sea of Thieves - Microsoft Studios Slime Rancher - Monomi Park, LLC SMITE - Hi-Rez Studios Sonic Forces - Sega Star Wars Battlefront II - Electronic Arts State of Decay 2 - Microsoft Studios STEEP - Ubisoft Strange Brigade - Rebellion Developments Super Lucky’s Tale - Microsoft Studios SUPERHOT - Superhot Surviving Mars - Paradox Interactive Tennis World Tour - Bigben The Artful Escape - Annapurna The Crew 2 - Ubisoft The Darwin Project - Scavenger Studio The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind - Bethesda The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition - Bethesda The Last Night - Raw Fury The Long Dark - Hinterland The Surge - Focus Home Entertainment The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - CD Projekt Titanfall 2 - Electronic Arts Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands - Ubisoft Tom Clancy’s The Division - Ubisoft Train Sim World - Dovetail Games Ltd TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge - Bigben Warframe - Digital Extremes Warhammer: End Times Vermintide - Fatshark AB We Happy Few - Gearbox Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus - Bethesda World of Tanks - Wargaming WRC 7 FIA World Rally Championship - Bigben Zoo Tycoon - Microsoft Studios

My Thoughts: Titanfall 2 Frontier Defense

Added: 20.08.2017 21:36 | 1 views | 0 comments

Titanfall 2 has made a comeback with its new Frontier Defense dlc, find out how Titanfall 2 has gotten ever more epic than it was before.

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Titanfall 2: Ultimate Edition now available for Xbox One, PS4, and Origin for PC

Added: 18.08.2017 11:34 | 2 views | 0 comments

'Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition' is now available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Origin for PC. The best way to jump into one of the most surprising shooters of 2016 is with the Titanfall 2 Ultimate Edition. Not only do you get access to all of the content included in the Digital Deluxe edition,...
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The best FPS games on PC

Added: 18.08.2017 10:19 | 1 views | 0 comments

On the hunt for the best FPS games on PC? It's no easy task. For more than two decades, first-person shooters have been the driving force of the PC gaming industry, letting us travel from the depths of Hell to the outer reaches of space, while taking a detour through zombie-infested towns and cities of tomorrow.

Shooty-bang-bang games are fun and all, but what other genres are out there? Check out our . Best FPS games
In no particular order, these are best first-person shooters on PC that you should already be playing. Some are old, some are new, all are great. Titanfall 2
Titanfall 2 port review

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Titanfall's smartphone game offers a possible insight into why the series is struggling

Added: 14.08.2017 11:00 | 1 views | 0 comments


Titanfall 2 is brilliant. Well, Titanfall 1 wasn't bad at all, but Titanfall 2 is actually brilliant: multiplayer that's both fleet-footed and stompy, accompanied by a wonderful, brisk, inventive and explosive single-player campaign that manages to mix things up every 15 minutes and offer a story that serves as a masterclass in bringing a little humanity to the business of shooting indentikit strangers until their hats pop off. Titanfall 2 was one of the surprises of last year, and one of the year's best games too.
And yet it struggled to make much of a mark. Yes, there are lots of shooters about. Yes, Call of Duty fatigue may have caught Titanfall up in the blast radius. Yes, there's the whole Origin thing on PC, which provides the equivalent of active camo in the marketplace when so many people are watching the carousels at Steam and GOG. But still, as someone who spent quite a lot of time evangelising Titanfall 2 to anybody who would listen to me - not many people, readers! - there was something else at work. And now Titanfall's got its own mobile game, I think I may have a fleeting insight into what that is.
Titanfall Assault is not bad. It's a Clash Royale clone, but quite a decent one. It sails very close to the Clash Royale template: units are cards, it has its equivalent of Elixir, which allows you to spend cards on the battlefield, you can level cards up with duplicates - the levelling screen pretty much looks identical - and pretty much any system you can think of has its equivalent. In some ways, Titanfall Assault actually adds something: there is a neat system for comparing cards before you switch them in and out of your deck (a shift from eight cards to ten in a deck feels like a bad idea, however, as it's harder to hold the cards in your head) and I quite like the control-points that provide another way to win on the game's snug maps (I don't want a similar system in Clash Royale; it's just nice here).

Titanfall's smartphone game offers a possible insight into why the series is struggling

Added: 14.08.2017 11:00 | 1 views | 0 comments


Titanfall 2 is brilliant. Well, Titanfall 1 wasn't bad at all, but Titanfall 2 is actually brilliant: multiplayer that's both fleet-footed and stompy, accompanied by a wonderful, brisk, inventive and explosive single-player campaign that manages to mix things up every 15 minutes and offer a story that serves as a masterclass in bringing a little humanity to the business of shooting indentikit strangers until their hats pop off. Titanfall 2 was one of the surprises of last year, and one of the year's best games too.
And yet it struggled to make much of a mark. Yes, there are lots of shooters about. Yes, Call of Duty fatigue may have caught Titanfall up in the blast radius. Yes, there's the whole Origin thing on PC, which provides the equivalent of active camo in the marketplace when so many people are watching the carousels at Steam and GOG. But still, as someone who spent quite a lot of time evangelising Titanfall 2 to anybody who would listen to me - not many people, readers! - there was something else at work. And now Titanfall's got its own mobile game, I think I may have a fleeting insight into what that is.
Titanfall Assault is not bad. It's a Clash Royale clone, but quite a decent one. It sails very close to the Clash Royale template: units are cards, it has its equivalent of Elixir, which allows you to spend cards on the battlefield, you can level cards up with duplicates - the levelling screen pretty much looks identical - and pretty much any system you can think of has its equivalent. In some ways, Titanfall Assault actually adds something: there is a neat system for comparing cards before you switch them in and out of your deck (a shift from eight cards to ten in a deck feels like a bad idea, however, as it's harder to hold the cards in your head) and I quite like the control-points that provide another way to win on the game's snug maps (I don't want a similar system in Clash Royale; it's just nice here).

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