After playing the beta, I was (like everyone else) extremely excited for Titanfall's release. However, with the launch of Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare (which I like to call by the easier to remember name PVZGW), I question whether I even need Titanfall anymore. In Titanfall, the pilots all look alike and don't really have a different character. At the end of the day, it's just a different load out. PVZGW has real classes that are as distinct from each other as could possibly be imagined. The simple fact is that, if I want to play as a Sunflower, Respawn does not provide me the option to do that. Sure, it's possible that Sunflowers were simply left out of the beta, but shockingly, I've seen nothing to suggest it will be in the final game. Similarly, I can't go into battle in Titanfall as a cactus. I mean, seriously, when you examine Titanfall closely, the limitations are mind boggling. And so, I'm left to wonder if we really need Titanfall. Did Microsoft make a grave error spending all of their marketing muscle on Titanfall instead of putting $100 million into marketing PVZGW? Should Microsoft have redirected the money spent on securing Titanfall console exclusively and bought Popcap instead--a company that has never produced a bad game, something truly unique in this industry? As we all know, there is but one thing on the mind of today's gaming community today--is PVZGW truly the best game ever made? I know where I stand on that issue. With the release of PVZGW, did Microsoft make a mistake putting all of its eggs in the Titanfall basket?