Titanfall Assault Review | iOS and Android
Thefanboyseo.com presents our Titanfall Assault review from Nexon Games.
Nexon Games took a great game franchise and another game franchise for mobile, forced it to do a fusion ala Dragon Ball and then handed it over as Titanfall Assault. But is it good or bad?
Load up the game and it will start with a training session. If you’re familiar with Clash Royale then you’ll be happy to know that its exactly like that. Only with better looking soldiers and some roided up mechs.
After a few sessions, the game pretty much leaves you alone till you hit a specific level. Which at that point all you have to do is go and spam the “Practice Battle” button.
I like the user interface for the game and for me they did good with the visuals. I played a few rounds of Titanfall 2 for the Playstation 4 and I must say, playing the game definitely gave me the urge to play TF2 once more.
Gameplay is easy to pick up. Graphics are great but I have hesitations on playing this on a smartphone with with a slow processor.
Titanfall Assault’s objective is simple. Have your troops capture the three “flags” and control it until the match’s timer runs out. Deploy your troops either to capture a turf or defend a turf which can be done by activating cards. Have the most number of places or successfully destroying the enemy base will end the match.
For this Titanfall Assault review we also take a look at how you progress. In-game credits you earn can or leveling up a sufficient number of times can help you build your characters, titans and burn cards. Here’s what the “main deck” looks like.
As seen above, players can either go on ranked battles where they earn bigger rewards and trophies OR they can spam the hell out of Practice.
Whats important is that you bring a deck thats comprised of three pilots, three titans and four burn cards. You can edit them your deck from the main screen. Have underpowered decks and face defeat.
Music fits the game and definitely establishes the military operation feel from Titanfall and Titanfall 2. Still its limited to a few scores.
Leveling up is pretty standard. You play the game for a few matches and eventually you gain enough points to not only unlock new troops and titans but also burn cards.
Did I mention that every level up yields bonus cards and credits?
In true Clash Royale fashion, get enough points or cards and you eventually level up your troops.
This pushes players to continue playing to hit the sweet spot bonus which comes in two forms. These are:
A. Division Rank
Unfortunately at the time of doing this Titanfall Assault review, Nexon has yet to work on their guild system. But it looks like its definitely going to change how the game is played.
In game “crates” can be bought either through credits or by real world money. There’s a variety of different titans and pilots that can be unlocked. For 55 gold credits you can get a thousand or so silver credits, currency that is used to level up troops.
Login rewards are a joke. I dont know how the algorithm works but thet yield sucky or common stuff. However, being constant can yield an uncommon titan or pilot from time to time.
Titanfall Assault Review verdict
The game is a time killer thats for sure. I think it brought the Titanfall appeal and aesthetics as well. However its not as fresh as its being hyped to. It suffers from lag and slow downs once in a while but still enjoyable.