Uselss waste of time, yet kind of fun, i think there is a story also?
17 July 2014
Summary: I really don't want to say anything bad about it seeing it was only couple dollars. It seems to have the feel of one of these Free-to-Play FPS titles like maybe Monday Night Combat or Team Fortress; yet with a little more supposed maneuverability with a bottom lay out that doesn't quite fit the need of where one should be looking if you want to be jumping around all the possible obstacles (you have to like look at a ledge if you want grab it to get on top of something,...
Summary: So I got this game cause well it was really cheap and I already knew why. It had a very big premise it seemed to convey back before it was being released. You could customize your character so thoroughly and such. It is a FPS and has a team fortress 2 feel to it while your playing. There are different groups you can choose such as a gunner, a mechanic, a medic, etc. The plot is one of a FPS, if your into FPS games you wont really care probably.
The Sinner Reader "As the name implies, I lov..., Amazon
29 December 2012
Summary: This is another game that I bought for my husband for our anniversary, he played it once and gave it to our teenage son. Our son seemed to enjoy it okay so I'd say it's more for that age range.
Skinned knees @ release, never got itself up off the ground.
14 December 2011
Summary: The biggest thing you need to know about this product is that there is absolutely NO Online community. The PSN crash last spring doomed this game, well that and the lackluster gameplay. You can only start a game with those who are your level or higher, so lower level players can't be added to your session until they search for you.
BRINK....Great ideas that don't quite come to fruition
Alexander Ayers, Amazon
19 July 2011
Summary: Check out my video game review blog:[...] What do you get when you try to cross MAG or Team Fortress 2 gameplay with the look and feel of Borderlands and a futuristic Mad Max? Bethesda Softworks (Fallout 3, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion) and Splash Damage (Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars) hope its the next big franchise to hit consoles. The impressive art direction in the advertising campaign originally drew me to this game, but does it translate to tengaging gameplay?
Summary: Like many people, I wanted this game to be like Team Fortress 2 but to the next level. Unfortunately, you cannot have as much fun in Brink like TF2. Obviously the game is new and not as many people own it but there should be more servers with different mods or methods of playing. For example, games like Uncharted 2, Black Ops, Killzone 3, Socom4, and others have many different ways to play. Brink has a number of mission types but it does get repetitive.
Summary: I am a big fan of online shooters and I play Call of Duty and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on a regular basis. I was intrigued by the videos and the great potential in the innovative gameplay in Brink. Brink takes place in 2044 AD on a city known as Ark. It's massive, it's floating and it's home to the two warring factions in the game: Security and Resistance.