Summary: i have played a lot of FPS games, including All COD'S including the new BO II. and a lot of other shooters. but this game is very different! the campaign is basically multiplayer objective missions! the controls in this game are the closest to real i've ever seen.
Summary: I played the game for a little while before it got really stale. Crappy game modes, bad ai, like 4 gun sounds, no special effects. There are sill some players online, its alright when you have no ai.
Summary: Brink was advertised as an immersive shooter with over the top gun customization. What you have to understand about the game is it works entirely on CLASSES. Each class has different abilities, such as Medic class being able to buff health, or throw revives; while other classes can buff damage and...
Summary: Ok, the online and story mode are the SAME THING. That is very stupid, but unique only game I played that is like that. But yhe fun factor is good. And I love the customization. If the online and story mode was different it would have been better.
Summary: I avoided Brink at first due to poor reviews, but as the price got a lot cheaper, I decided to give it a try. Since I've only started playing it, and am nowhere near an expert on it I'm just going to comment on what I've experienced with the game.
Summary: Brink is a badly missed opportunity. All the while you play it you're expecting more. "Oh, what it could have been." This is a very short, very one dimensional game. If you beat the campaign on one side (Resistance or Security) then you've seen the entire campaign.
Summary: another new IP, another disappointment [read: homefront]. first of all, if you plan on getting this for the single-player campaign, don't. there is no single player campaign. brink's 'campaign' is simply offline multiplayer with bots [think about Killzone's 'skirmish' mode and you get the idea].