Pros The customization system could be integrated a little better into actual game play but as far as unlock-ables go i'm satisfied.
Anyone who feels that the AI are unintelligent and hates the game because of that is leading you astray because the game is n
Cons The storyline has was more potential. The basis for the game leaves a book series worth of space for story telling but the actual story itself is hazy and mostly an excuse to get the two teams to fight. Still, there is enough there that the game has its o
Summary People aren't giving this game the chance it deserves. They play it for an hour and expect to be good at it or master its play style. Coming from a conventional shooter game into Brink will take a few hours of game play to really become accustomed to both the movement and the objectives of the game. Brink is truly an exciting game if players recognize that playing it like COD and trying to snipe from a corner or run through an entire map alone is not only a good way to constantly be killed, it will quickly train them to hate the game. "The movement system sucks!" "The AI is stupid!"*not intended to be played alone. Playing it online makes all the differance and online is where the game is meant to shine.
Don't play this like a normal shooter and you will love it. Open your mind to the possibility that this game is a blast to get into and you may come away pleasantly surprised with this new semi-genre of game. Play this game online and preferably with friends and you've got yourself a real good time.
Updated on Jun 6, 2011
Pros Pretty good customization, but let's be honest, the last thing you care about in a fast-paced first-person multiplayer shooter is what you look like.
Some of the missions were quite fun, but ALL OF THEM ARE THE SAME. It becomes boring after less than hal
Cons Firstly, the AI is probably the worst I've ever seen. They run about cluelessly and never complete objectives. They seem to have some weird obsession with climbing over objects and taking the longest route possible to their destination. Antoher problem is
Summary Steer clear, no matter how good it looks, it's just another dumb multiplayer shooter. Even the 'parkour' system feels like it must have been an afterthought, as the maps seem to have been made without any consideration for it. A shoddy multiplayer mode and a non-existant single player make BRINK one of the more disappointing releases of the year.
Pros non stop customizations! Fun missions, great character detail, great skills and abilities!! was fun to play and has lots of potential but the downfalls almost make it unbearable... then again online play could change almost everything for the better.
Cons the AI is insanely stupid, its like a bunch of 6 year olds at the controls just wandering around with no idea what "mission goals" are... the graphics are paper doll'ish and the guns have no weight. death is irritating too, ill explain more below
Summary this game has absolutely no single player value at all!! Once it comes out online we will see what kind of game this is going to be. The way you die in this game is irritating, its like last stand on every single player on every single round. you never really die unless the timer goes to zero waiting for a medic or someone manually kills you (its a pain in the a$$ to actually hit a downed enemy btw) its like the aftermath of a huge battle has all the guys downed and just waiting for medics to rush in and undo all the work you just did to kill them. its ok at first but gets exhausting after a while. bottom line, you will be irritated as hell playing single player, multi-player has potential, we shall see...