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Brink Review

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Graphics:

 

6.4

Gameplay:

 

6.1

Sound:

 

6.6

Control:

 

6.3

Replay Value:

 

7.0

Online Gameplay:

 

7.0

Overall Rating:       6.5

 

 

Publisher:

Bethesda Softworks

Developer:

Splash Damage

Number Of Players:

1-16

Genre:

FPS

Release Date:

May 10, 2011

When I first heard about the concepts behind Splash Damage’s promising Brink, I was intrigued: the SMART (Smooth Movement Across Rough Terrain) mechanic, which is akin to the free running in Mirror’s Edge, a single-player campaign with 40,000 lines of dialogue, and a multiplayer option fueled by team-based strategy. Such a premise would indeed be compelling had the developers made everything work correctly, and provided players with a dynamic, continually engaging experience. Unfortunately, while the all-human gameplay can be rewarding and the actual control and movement functions nicely, the rest just doesn’t live up to expectations.

It’s difficult to say if the graphics are a bonus or a detriment; this one seems more reliant on subjective viewpoints rather than critical, objective graphical analysis. The game is certainly more colorful than most FPSs (especially the military-based ones), and the character designs have this goofy caricature-like aspect, so there’s some definite originality. On the other hand, I don’t think too highly of all the level design and maps, as they aren’t as inspired and various as I would’ve hoped, and too many of the backdrops and environments are all too similar. The special effects are hit or miss; they tend to fit with the style and atmosphere, but they also can’t blow us out of our seats. Oh, and things can appear blurry and inconsistent, too.

The sound is in much the same boat, as the voice performances are decent and the soundtrack suits the action, but there’s nothing that separates and shines. Furthermore, the balancing can suffer at times and although they lauded the many different weapon reports, none of them really assault your speakers with appropriate drama. It’s not that we don’t have a solid piece of audio; it’s that it rarely adds the necessary impact to the on-screen events. The music and sound seem content with sitting in the background most of the time and that just doesn’t cut it from a technical standpoint. There’s nothing glaringly bad about either the graphics or sound but sadly, there also isn’t anything worth mentioning from a top-quality standpoint.

Like I said, the ideas behind this game are great. First up is that SMART mechanic, which allows you to hurdle, slide, and sprint your way around the battlefield, depending on your body type. There are three body types (light, medium, and heavy) and these dictate the potential of the SMART physics; i.e., light players have the most mobility and are capable of various physical and even aerial maneuvers. Heavy players aren’t as agile, of course, but they’re more durable and tote around bigger weapons. At first, I thought the light character type had an unfair advantage (he can reach parts of the map others can’t) but after a time, the extra health and heavy weaponry felt more useful.

So here, the balance isn’t really a problem. The control is pretty solid, too, but after playing a few maps, you’ll start to notice some erratic behavior. The problem lies not in the execution of jumps, hurdles and slides, but in the preparation: in other words, if you’re running towards something you intend to hurdle, you may end up running into it if your aim is off. Plus, I never did quite learn exactly which ledges can be clambered over and which ones remain out of reach. These drawbacks hamper the fluidity and overall feel of the game, and sort of makes SMART feel a little less intelligent than the name implies. I still liked sliding into people and knocking ‘em over, though.

In the single-player campaign, you can choose to be among the rebels (seeking to escape the evidently doomed Ark) or the authority enforcers (seeking to restore law and order on the Ark), and then you’ll create your character. There are a ton of customization options but besides the body type, they’re all purely cosmetic. But the bottom line is that the campaign feels a lot like any multiplayer match; there’s a story, but you still play on maps, you still have objectives – which quickly get crazy repetitive, by the way – and after playing for a while, I found little difference between playing the campaign or playing online. Free Play is a nice option but it’s not really enough, despite the customization and freedom.

Essentially, there’s just no reason to play this for the storyline and it’d be a mistake to assume the campaign is anything like normal campaigns, distinctly separate from standard online map play. Plus, there are only 8 total maps and 4 Challenge maps so you’ve seen everything there is to see in a short span of time, regardless of the mode you choose. The addition of classes adds some much-needed depth and might almost save the game – depending on your tolerance of the other issues – due to the unique abilities. Soldiers, Medics and Engineers are all important and all can assist your team with crucial buffs. Medics can toss syringes that restore your health or get you back on your feet, Soldiers have grenades and can give teammates ammo, and Engineers can place mines and turrets. There are quite a few other abilities, too.

That’s really the best part of Brink; that and the all-human action. I say that because the AI is just plain mediocre and in the so-called “campaign,” your computer counterparts will screw things up more often than not. You really need to play with friends to get anything out of the game, and it really doesn’t matter if you choose to follow the story or not. But even then, the problems don’t go away, as the repetitiveness of the objectives remain, the less-than-inspired technical presentation is typically forgettable, the SMART system isn’t always perfect, and there just aren’t enough maps. I should also mention that since the PSN came back, I’ve experienced plenty of lag in my sessions. Not sure if that's a problem for others, though.

Brink is just one of those games that doesn’t deliver on what it promises. I must emphasize that there isn’t anything broken about the game (with the possible exception of the stupid AI), and the mechanics on which the game is built tend to work quite well. But with a slew of little problems, a bunch of repetition, a campaign that isn’t anything like a campaign (let’s face it; this is a multiplayer game only), and lacking environmental variety, it’s tough to recommend. There are other games out there.

The Good: Interesting visual design. Decent control. SMART movement adds some flair. Classes and body type enhance depth and appeal. Multiplayer can be fun.

The Bad: Graphics and effects aren’t quite up to snuff. Story and campaign feel like multiplayer extensions. Dumb AI. Not enough maps or diversity. Repetitive objectives. SMART isn’t always 100% reliable.

The Ugly: “…the hell are you doing now? Forget it, I’ll do it myself.”

5/17/2011 Ben Dutka

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Comments (48 posts)

johnld
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 9:35:52 PM
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SMART- Smooth Running Over Rough Terrain.... something isnt right here. anyway, i was thinking of getting brink but decided not to. i heard that it was more focused on multiplayer than single player and the campaign suffered. i settled for la noire instead. cost me 45 bucks but i got 40 bucks of free stuff back. $20 gaming coupon and resonance of fate ($20) for free.

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CrusaderForever
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 10:05:16 PM

Impressive, most impressive.

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Riku994
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 10:53:38 PM

I was gunna bring up the naming fail...

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bearbobby
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:14:37 PM

SMART (Smooth Movement Across Rough Terrain)

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Qubex
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 9:36:55 PM
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Wow, that seems to not have gone too well for the Brink folk. From the outset I was not overly impressed with the game mechanics and the infusion of minimal RPG elements therein. I think you cannot have a half hearted effort, it doesn't work that well...

Admittedly leveling up during multi-player could be fun, but is it worth $60 dollars to find out.

I think there a far better games to get right now than Brink... L.A. Noire anyone? Can't wait...

Q!

"play.experience.enjoy"

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kraygen
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 10:03:47 PM
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Sorry but I started laughing as soon as I saw the score for this one.

I heard tons of hype for this game and I just didn't get it. Tried to warn some friends of mine to wait instead of pre-ordering.

Thanks for the review Ben.

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:12:52 AM

The games not that bad, my friends enjoy playing it. It's not the best but it's fun to play, it's a bit different from other games.

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kraygen
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:57:26 PM

Hey I'm always willing to say to each his own, it's what I believe.

I'm sure that regardless of score some people will still enjoy the game, but the truth of the matter is, it's not a triple A quality game.

I just laughed because some of the hype surrounding this game made it sound like it would be the next great step in FPS. In then end it turned out to not be anything special.

Like I said though there will be some who still enjoy it, heck I love Two Worlds 2 and it's scores averaged mid to low 7's. People like what they like, that's why variety is good.

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 6:43:38 PM

That's why you don't believe in hype, I never payed attention for the hype and didn't see any for it in my opinion. I wasn't trying to make you believe other wise.

I just believe in the "don't always go by review scores", and try it out you never know what will happen. I don't believe some should just go off a review when it comes to games. In my opinion of course.

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Claire C
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 10:15:32 PM
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Clearly should have been a downloadable game. First person shooters are dime a dozen and with Killzone 3 out Brink doesn't have anything worthy to offer. KZ3 and Battlefield 3 (and hopely Resistance 3 too) are this years go-to shooters. BANG! HEAD SHOT!! =D

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Beamboom
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 1:41:07 AM

... Not to mention Crysis2!
Except for Bens good review I seem to be just about the only one around here psyched for that title, and I'm not even really that into fps! Still, I think Crysis2 is one of the coolest and best looking fps I've played in years. It *could* have been even better, more innovative, but still, heck what an experience.

Although, Brink has something that none of the above had: Coop play. So I'd love to see it succeed.


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Claire C
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:01:20 AM

Oh yah! I forgot Crysis 2. I haven't played it yet, but that would be another one to add.

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Beamboom
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 4:04:39 AM

If you haven't played it then it was no reason for you to mention it of course :)

My comment were more a general statement, I'm so surprised that it seems everyone more or less either did not buy it, or did not think that much of it.
I just think it's weird, I think it's covered with one fat layer of pure quality.

That being said, I've not tried KZ3 and initially had no plans of getting it cause judging fromt he reviews it just looks to be too... Average FPS, I hate to say. But after all the praise here I just *have* to check it out once it's at a reasonable price.


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Excelsior1
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 7:59:34 AM

@BEAMBOOM

i think very highly of crysis 2. i especially liked how it started out slowly but got better as you went. most fps these days are a manic 5 hour campign that do not give you a chance to take in the atmosphere or story. plus crysis 2 actually has some length to its single player campign and i think that adds to its value. i would rate crysis2 single player over kz3 easily. kz3 story and ending were a little underwhelming imo. kz3's multiplayer is better than crysis2 though.

as far as brink goes. it had some hype but has a lot of mixed reviews. i was talking about brink yesterday with my kz comrades. some said brink was pretty decent if you have human team members with headsets. the problem was that was pretty rare.

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Riku994
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 10:53:50 PM
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Ben, you rated this lower than I did :P

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totozero18
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 11:15:21 PM
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The Srort system was the only thing interesting about this if it ain't any good it's just another shooter...

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dillonthebunny
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 @ 11:36:32 PM
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yeah, I think that maybe the PSN blackout might of made you a lil more bitter than you care to admit Ben.

I have put many hours in to Brink, and though I have started to see cracks, I would personally rate this a lil over 6.5. the biggest gripes for me was the use of Parkour.. it was a selling point, it was something they made videos of, showing you real Parkour then the game, so I thought there would be loads of times where you 'had' to use it, but I found myself walking around things and up stairs, lol. the game wanted you to play make believe a lot, like a kid playing war... yeah, jump over that, slide under that, bam bam.. yeah! ..erm.. no.

for me what has unfortunately killed it was that there wasnt a linear sp of any kind, I know again that was the selling point, for Sp and MP to merge, but you need that direction to love the mechanics that it apparently has, and because you had the choice not to use the game to its full extent, you never really got to see where the game shone.

..oh and you didn't jump very high, that was annoying. ..and I did get used to the iron sights input lag, but after then playing a different FPS afterwards, I thought.. why 'should' I get used to input lag?!!

Ive posted a link to a youtube video in the forums from the Devs explaining the AI and how its not dumb, their method behind their madness does make sense, and its something they will change if the fans demand it, and we do.


..but I have to say that the game is a different game online, but shooters with objective, I am used to such qualities as Killzone, and where admittedly I would originally of put this game on a solid 8 platform, for me its a 7.

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:21:01 AM

Um...the PSN had zero impact on this score.

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BikerSaint
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 12:01:48 AM
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Wow, I had much higher hopes for this game.

Oh well, I'll get it when the price drops to my satisfaction like "MindJack just did, which I got "new" at GameStop yesterday for only $19.99.


Hey, who just swung a new $369.99 320GB PS3 Move Sports Champion Bundle for only $294.99.

"YEAH, THIS GUY""


Whipppeee!!!!

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Lawless SXE
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:06:52 AM

You got a new PS3? Great news, Saint, now crack it and get back to the good stuff!

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FullmetalX10
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:46:03 AM

Gratz Saint :D

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RadioHeader
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 5:27:29 AM

Great news Biker, but keep in mind you'll be rusty when you step back into the kill zone! Maybe just hide for the first few rounds :)

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:21:27 AM

I don't suggest hiding, hiding never improves Skill, what good is hiding if you can't out gun someone who is superior gun to gun, you need to practice more gun play, it's the only way to improve. Know line of sights, high traffic areas, know when and when not to engage targets. If you are at a disadvantage make them come to your combat terms and the advantage that it gives you.

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:33:29 AM

@Biker

Nice Biker!! That's awesome.

@All

I'm getting a PS3 this Friday, hopefully all works well, I'm getting Mass Effect 2 It's been pulling me in more when I watch videos of Mass Effect 1.

I love Sci-Fi movies/shows and books, I also love Star Trek used to watch it all the time with my Dad.

I wasn't sure if I wanted to get Mass Effect, but when I kept watching one of my favorite YouTube commentators play it, it just drew me in, this guy knew his stuff which made me more curious and interested with what Mass Effect is about.

I don't have enough money to get a good PC to run Mass Effect 1, so I will have to wait later down the road to play Mass Effect 1. It's going to be fun though when I'm able.

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Excelsior1
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:53:00 AM

@bikersaint

i'm very happy you got a new ps3. don't worry, you'll be able to kick that rust off real fast once you step back into kz3. kind of like riding a bike.

hope the post office replaces your 60 gig. that's the best model ps3 becuase of backwards compatabilty, card readers, and extra usb ports. you can still get refurbished ones at gamestop with a 1yr warranty.

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Lord carlos
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 12:25:55 AM
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Welcome back online biker!

As for brink,i was never gonna get it because La noire drops a week later which is this week....YAY

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Beamboom
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 1:35:05 AM
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... Another example of why preordering a new IP hardly can be called a good idea.
The concept looked good, ID Software is, well, ID Software! If this could happen to Brink it can happen to *any* new IP.

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Lawless SXE
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:08:50 AM

Eh? What's id have to do with anything? Their new game is Rage. This was done by Splash Damage. Sure, they also did Enemy Territory and Doom 3, but yeah.

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Beamboom
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 3:46:45 AM

lol omg... Dude, you are so right it hurts. I mixed the two completely here.

Whenever Brink has been mentioned lately it's *Rage* I've been thinking of!
/slaps forehead



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Lawless SXE
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 4:05:10 AM

LOL!

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LazyVigilante
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 8:58:14 AM

lol....believe me,it happens to me often...and in (o)ur defense,both games have short,single syllable names.

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Lawless SXE
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:11:18 AM
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A shame, it could have been brilliant. When I heard that the SP would be playable in MP I was intrigued, thinking that it would be more like a proper story set up as you progress through levels and actually feel as though you're working towards a goal, rather than simply playing MP with a story.

Perhaps one day a developer will get this right...
Peace.

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FullmetalX10
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:45:29 AM
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This game ended up being very far below my expectations.
And of course I had pre-ordered it, not knowing the single player would suck anywhere near as bad as it does -_-
It arrived at my home 3 days before expected, so I quickly opened the package and started playing, after the first introduction mission, in which I couldn't really find a goal, I kept playing.
Then after a few missions I realized my AI team mates were not offering a lot of help, in fact, no help at all, leaving all the main missions to myself, which I wouldn't mind, if the AI would at least keep the enemy AI away while I was hacking some apparatus...

So I e-mailed the site I bought it from and asked if I could return it, since it was still the first day (you know, like in stores, how you can return a game within 24 hours to pick a new game). But they told me I couldn't return it if the plastic seal around the game was broken -_-
How can I test the fckn game if I can't open it!!!

So, no more pre-ordering games which may not be 100% greatness -_-

Now time to pre-order Infamous 2 (at my local game store).

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Fane1024
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 3:08:14 AM
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I for one am tiring of "context-sensitive" actions, like the parkour in Brink. The game's AI never seems to be adequately sensitive to the context.

Game designers, stop trying to guess what I want the character to do; give me one button for each action, so that I can actually control the character.

I can't tell you how many times I "died" playing Prince Of Persia (2008) recently because Ubisoft decided to "simplify" the control scheme. I never had that problem playing Uncharted or Tomb Raider.



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___________
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 3:35:44 AM
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BRINK is the perfect example of a great idea poorly executed!
i really enjoyed the MP, but i wanted a SP like all the other games out there.
to be honest i was expecting a off the walls zanieness of bulletstorm for brinks MP, but sadly it did not deliver.
definitely the most fun ive had playing a MP game in a LONG time, but still not what should be on a SP campaign!
yea its buggy as hell, and runs like a ps2 game.
but its a bethesda game, what the f*ck did you expect!?
name 1 bethesda game released this gen thats not!
im almost worried there going to turn id the gods of gaming to the dark side!

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Geobaldi
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 6:18:25 AM
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Me and my friends have been having a blast online with this game, so to each their own I guess. It's basically just a faster paced version of Team Fortress without the hats.

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Clamedeus
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:24:41 AM

That's what I see as well with Brink. I get the vibe of Team Fortress 2 as well from it. My friends enjoy playing it, but people have different preferences so it's no biggie. I would recommend trying it though, you never know.

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WorldEndsWithMe
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 8:19:17 AM
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ouch

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The Doom
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:05:28 AM
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Hey Ben. For a 'Bad' you could include the fact that the character creation doesn't have any female option.

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Ben Dutka PSXE [Administrator]
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:21:53 AM

Well, I suppose. :)

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Claire C
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 10:40:41 AM

That's a 'bad' in my book. ;)

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CrusaderForever
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 11:45:50 AM
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Uhhhggg, glad I passed on this turd. Thanks for the review Ben.

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tlpn99
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 2:40:15 PM
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@Biker nice one on the PS3 purchase glad your back playing again.

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Temjin001
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 3:27:03 PM
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I like the art style of the characters. Though, after seeing the critical feedback by the majority of sites out there, I probably won't ever play the game.

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hadouken
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 7:27:23 PM
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Never had any interest in this one but maybe when it's 20 or 30 I'll check it out.

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PS3_Mom
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 8:36:20 PM
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I rented Brink so my opinion has to take into account that I didn't pay $60 for it. Played it once and hated it. Then played it again and was getting the feel of it a little more. I hate the futuristic sci-fi setting, just not my thing. But I do like how you can play both sides, campaign is kind of multi-player, how you can switch to the 4 different classes, and how you can help your teammates by giving them health, ammo, etc. It is kind of cool. I would much prefer these concepts in a military game though. Not sure what I will think by the time I return it. Possibly would by it when it's cheap used.

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Lairfan
Friday, May 20, 2011 @ 4:44:09 PM
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I figured this one wasn't very good from the outset. I don't know, it just didn't seem to be all they were making it out to be.

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chronos
Monday, May 30, 2011 @ 10:32:27 PM
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Accurate review, disappointing game all around. Shame to put so much work into the movement when the game feels slow, uninteresting and too stylized. Returned the day after I bought it.

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