The original Titanfall was one of the sleeper hits of 2014. Despite lacking a single-player campaign and variety in multiplayer, it was a fantastic shooter on its own. How does the sequel Titanfall 2 stack up? Forget best shooter of the year, I've decided to call it one of the best shooters period. More after the jump.
Titanfall 1, while a fantastic game on it's own, caught quite a bit of flack for lacking a single-player narrative. Now the sequel, Titanfall 2, is dropping in a couple weeks, and along with beefed up multiplayer Respawn Entertainment threw in a single-player campaign too. Oddly enough, not only is it there, but if Respawn played their cards right, they might've struck gold on only the second attempt. More after the jump.