Titanfall was unfairly given an 8.9 out of 10 by IGN, but those people gave call of duty 7-9 nine=point something scores. You can't spell ignorant without IGN. Back to the point: the questions of "How did I get here?" in a multiplayer match and "Why am I here?" are answered by cinematic beginings and ends to each match in the form of dropships. AI players give you someone to kill on your bad days and make the 6 vs. 6 games feel much more populated. Then, there's that moment when the people in the sky smile upon your actions and you recieve a titan, which crashes to the ground inches from you. Your player grows fifty feet taller, and you own the battlefield.