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Brink

10 years ago

Edgy: Eyes-On With Brink

As Jim prophesied, so it has come to pass. Yes, I come here to link to a preview of Brink I wrote for another website. To whit, IGN UK, and specifically here. If, hypothetically speaking, I had written the piece in an incredible hurry because I'd stupidly but hypothetically forgotten what day the embargo lifted on, you might hypothetically be able to tell. Hmm. Here's…

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Behold: Some Fresh Brink Images

There's going to be a heap of Brink coverage turning up across the net this week, as Paul Wedgwood, Ed Stern and their Splash Damage crew have been off showing the game to European press in Paris. We'll link to some of that in a bit, I suspect. Brink, the grapevine has it, was quite the star in an event that showed off Rage, Hunted,…

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I Spy A Brink Trailer

The new cinematic trailer for Brink (via VG247) is pretty damned good. Lots of running and jumping and sliding all tries to get across the movement system that is one of the game's core features. The character and environmental design is absolutely fantastic, too, as it should be given the studio's astonishing pedigree. Quake Wars might not have been everyone's cup of tea, but they've…

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Brink Character Customiser Shows Its Face

Brink is showing all sorts of potential. Back at E3 I was rather taken aback by the possibilities for blurring the lines of team-based online gaming and offering a linear narrative. And also slightly bemused by it all. There's a big old preview here. Below is a video showing off the character customisation, but carrying with it a bunch of more useful information. The body…

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The Year Ahead, Part Three

Once we get past early summer things get a little hazy. We enter a nether-realm of shifting dates and unclear prophecies. By then we'll also have a whole bunch of games I haven't previously mentioned show up in the intervening months, stuff that we didn't have release dates for to place them in our line-up. This final post in our preview attempts to survey them…

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Further Abundance Of Brink Footage

We already had the first proper video via G4 earlier in the week, and now the blighters have two more videos, which I've posted below. The environments really do look as impressive and freely explorable as Splash Damage have been boasting. We also get to see even more of the romping gun-action, which is making the delay until the end of 2010 all the more…

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Brink-o-Vision: In-Game Footage At Last

Cryptic, gravitas-laden teasers are of little use - genuinely seeing a game in action is all that matters when it comes to trailertime. So, it's relief to be able to show you goodly human beans just what Splash Damage's upcoming hybrid single/multiplayer shooter Brink really looks like. This video focuses specifically on the (optional) auto-jump/climb system they call SMART. It's caused a bit of a…

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Splash Damage’s Brink: This Is How It Is

Earlier this week, I saw Brink, a game whose substance no-one had hitherto seemed terribly clear about. Pray allow me to try to correct this... You can tell this is a Splash Damage game because it’s about two teams of players fighting an eternal, bloody war against each other in objective-based maps. It’s not nominally an Enemy Territory game (as have been SD’s two titles…

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11 years ago

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RPS At E3: Brink Revealed

After a mysterious announcement of Brink last week, we tracked down Splash Damage at E3 to see the game running. With over a billion matches played over six years in Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, London-based developers Splash Damage feel pretty cocksure of their multiplayer prowess. What makes Brink so interesting is that rather than simply repeating a tried and tested formula, once again they're attempting something…

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Splash Damage’s New Game: Brink

Splash Damage's new game, being developed in conjunction with Bethesda, is called Brink. It's a game of future war. The teaser trailer below offers very little in the way of additional clues about the title. Eyes, it seems, will feature in the game. And you can bet it's a multiplayer FPS (because we know it is). It's scheduled for Spring 2010. That's all eye got.…

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