Well, no, not at all. Title attributes are broken and have been from the beginning, which is the fault of browser vendors. All of them, with sometimes the exception of Opera. You're idea would really be nice if browsers did allow all users of all devices access to titles.
The only users who have access to that title attribute are those using a mouse (by this I'm referring to your default/fallback, not your CSS). Touch-screen users might get access when Microsoft's Pointer Events get going at the W3C, maybe. Keyboard users, whether sighted or blind or in between, as well as users of speech-to-text like Dragon, will never know the (usual) title attribute since there's no way to activate it.
And again also many screen readers and other AT don't read those out (I think they should, and I think the vendors agree since slowly more and more are doing it).