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Ease of Play
Simple controls for veterans of genre, can be complicated for new players.
Violence & Scariness
Players direct soldiers to use guns, explosives to kill other people, but there's no blood, gore.
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Products & Purchases
Players use real-world money to buy in-game currency to keep playing, upgrade troops. May interest players in checking out games it's based on.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
Though it's yet another game that converts a first-person shooter into a strategic war game with an aerial perspective, Titanfall: Assault manages to be both simple and deep enough for fans of both. Inspired by the Titanfall sci-fi first-person shooters, Titanfall: Assault casts you as a commander in the Frontier Militia who has to use troop deployments, aerial bombardments, and, of course, the giant walking tanks called Titans -- think Iron Man's Hulkbuster armor in Avengers: Age of Ultron -- to defeat enemy soldiers and destroy their defenses. As in other strategy games, you can't just throw all of your troops at a problem at the same time. Instead, you have to wait until your different assets recharge, and use resources to deploy them. While this manages to capture the feel of the original game in strategy form, it also, oddly, makes the same mistake as the first game in the shooter series by not having a story-driven single-player mode. Instead, it's solely focused on player-vs.-player combat and player-vs.-computer simulations of player-vs.-player matches. Still, if you enjoy strategy games and the Titanfall series, you'll find this mashup works well.
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