Conclusion: Brink embodies everything that people thought online play would be on a console. You've got solid leveling up system that adds another layer of depth to a game that didn't need it, as Splash Damage could have just dialed it in and created just another first-person shooter. With that said, if you get the right team together and you understand your task when you play online then you're going to find Brink to be a very rich experience.
Conclusion: Despite the frustration of the apparently ill-implemented free-running system, Brink packs a huge amount of multiplayer fun into its three gameplay modes. There’s less to appreciate in single-player, but gathering a few team-mates ensures a good time, and the vast number of abilities and weapons which can be unlocked will undoubtedly elicit hours of investment, as will the wide range of Trophies available to achieve.