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Stay Classy Brink

This new trailer for Brink shows off the class system along with all of the various things you’ll do while switching up between the classes. I played this at last year’s E3 and the ability to switch classes on the fly was definitely welcome to someone like me who has the attention span of a six week old puppy. Hopefully the game’s missions will be interesting enough to allow you to remain as a less glamorous profession and not force you to switch classes just to feel like you’re contributing. I’m also hoping that the AI is competent enough to make the single player aspect worth it as I have no desire to play with a room full of randoms. On the plus side, I actually know how to be a medic so I’m sure there will be plenty of XP left on the table should I want to jump in with more combat oriented chaps.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

2 thoughts to “Stay Classy Brink”

  1. Seeing this game in action leads me to believe it’s just an easy-modo version of Quake Wars, minus vehicles.

    It’s also disappointing to see that their much-vaunted parkour button seems to do nothing but simply make climbing across obstacles easier.

    So much for being a genre-changer. On the plus side, the customization looks cool, and there’s a handheld minigun.

  2. “hoping that the AI is competent enough to make the single player aspect worth it as I have no desire to play with a room full of randoms”

    tbh it doesnt sound like you should be covering a multiplayer game

    rpg’s are probably more your speed

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