Brink takes place on the Ark, a man-made floating city that is on the brink of all-out civil war. Originally built as an experimental, self-sufficient and 100% “green” habitat, the reported rapid rise of the Earth’s oceans has forced the Ark to become home to not only the original founders and their descendants but also to thousands of refugees. With tensions between the two groups growing, Security and Resistance forces are locked in a heated battle for control of the Ark. Which side will you choose?
Not Just Another Hero – Brink’s advanced player customization offers a near-endless combination of looks for your character – allowing for the appearance of your character to be truly unique. As you progress through the game and acquire more experience, you’ll have even more opportunities for customization.
Two Sides to Every Story – Choose to fight through the single player campaign as either a member of the Resistance or the Security and then take your same character online to play cooperatively or competitively against other players.
Blurring the Lines – Take your unique character online at any time you choose! Brink allows you to seamlessly move between your single player campaign, co-op with friends, and intense multiplayer action. Multiplayer takes the story online where you can play with up to seven other people (or AI characters) cooperatively as you take on the opposing faction or with up to 16 players competitively.
Play SMART – Brink uses the familiar shooter controls that you’re used to, without frustrating, artificial constraints and adds a new feature: the SMART button. When you press the SMART button, the game dynamically evaluates where you’re trying to get to, and makes it happen. Whether you’re a seasoned FPS veteran or someone just getting started, you’ll be able to make more intelligent decisions during the fast-paced action with SMART.
Context-Sensitive Goals and Rewards - Objectives, communications, missions, and inventory selection are all dynamically generated based on your role, your condition, your location, your squad-mates, and the overall status of the battle in all gameplay modes. You’ll always know exactly where to go, what to do when you get there, and what your reward will be for success.
OS: XP(SP3)/Vista/Windows 7 Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz or equivalent Memory: 2GB RAM Hard Drive: 8GB of free space Graphics: NVIDIA 8800GS / ATI Radeon HD 2900 Pro or equivalent
OS: XP(SP3)/Vista/Windows 7 Processor: Intel Quad Core i5 Memory: 3GB RAM Hard Drive: 8GB of free space Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 / ATI Radeon™ HD 5850
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by Emmanuel on October 7th 2014
Brink was kind of a let down. Before it came out it got huped a lot. It was hailed as a revolutionary shooter with amazing gameplay, huge amounts of customisation and some kind of storyline. However, the campaign was just a rehash of the multiplayer levels, the customisation wasn't really that much more than anything else and the gameplay added a little bit of extra movement capability bolted onto a Call of Duty clone.
by Andrew on February 5th 2013
After all the hype, it's a shame that the mechanics, the story, and the community didn't live up to all that it's marketing team promised. It is a well rounded game from any point of view, and for the few weeks that I played it I enjoyed the hell out of it. For less than $10 better version of TF2 with less of the spam like game play.
by Alister on September 6th 2012
BRINK is not just an ordinary shoot em up. Bethesda revolutionised the first person shooter experience by adding a free running system. You choose a body type, that you can unlock by playing through the game either online multiplayer or by yourself with bots, that allows you to run faster and jump higher. The weapons are very good, the detail is pretty impressive but you never seem to have any ammo. There is a perk you can unlock later in the game that allows you to refill your or a team mates ammo. I found myself using this class all the time just so that i would have ammo. The campaign doesn't really feel like a campaign, there is a bit of a story but the actual gameplay is like a multiplayer death match. Playing offline isn't that enjoyable because the bots that play on your side don;t help with any of the primary objectives where the enemy bots do a pretty good job of stopping you. I would only really reccomend this game to people who could play it online. If you only play games offline, this game just isn't worth buying.
by Thomas on August 26th 2012
Good game on the whole and is long enough for the amount of money you'll spend on it. The gameplay is strong but can get a bit repetitive if you're not a fan of this type of game. Personally, I enjoyed this game and would recommend buying it if you've got a few spare dollars lying around.
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