If the thought of climbing into a 24-foot tall 'mech in a war-torn future sounds like your idea of a good time, then you'll no doubt want to play 'Titanfall,' currently in development at Respawn Entertainment and to be published by Electronic Arts next year.
Fans of action games have a lot to look forward to this fall.
Along with the focus on the heated "console wars" -- especially between Sony's PlayStation 4 (out this "holiday" for $399) and Microsoft's Xbox One (available in November for $499) -- action-heavy games garnered a lot of attention at this year's E3 gaming expo.
The massive trade show serves as a glimpse into the future of the multibillion dollar interactive entertainment industry. Nearly 50,000 industry-only attendees from 102 countries swarmed the Los Angeles Convention Center to play games debuting over the coming months. ...