Standby for Titanfall!
Those of you that were able to hold off on purchasing a Xbox One console might be excited to hear about the upcoming Titanfall bundle. The sweet deal priced at $499 nets gamers a shiny new black box, a standard controller, Kinect Sensor, 1-Month Gold Subscription to Live, and of course a download code for Titanfall.
Holding out for a better deal is usually a great strategy. Often times, early console adopters pay full price for a standalone system, but on the plus side, you get to play with your new toy before everyone else. If you have the strength to hold out, then more power to you.
I had blast participating in the Titanfall beta last week and if you are currently on the fence, you might take comfort in knowing that I loved every second of it. Even when my team lost I still found joy in stomping on enemy pilots or AI bots, as well as beating other Titans into a pile of junk.
Titanfall launches for Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on March 11.