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Brink (Xbox 360)

Brink (Xbox 360)
alaScore 88

134 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 134 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the action and value for money. The graphics and gameplay are also mentioned favorably. Many are less positive about the AI and story. Opinions are divided on the single player gameplay.

multi player, gameplay, graphics, value for money, action

story, AI

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Brink (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 134 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 90 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (44)

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Brink (Xbox 360)

 

Greatness is rarely achieved without ambition. Jumping into the battlefields of Brink, you get the immediate sense that you are playing an ambitious first-person shooter. Four interdependent soldier classes and three distinct body types combine to...

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Brink

 

Brink is an interesting game. On paper, it sounds like a fantastic idea. A meeting of Team Fortress 2's class-based combat and the parkour of Mirror's Edge. If executed correctly, this could have been a much-needed breath of fresh air for first-person...

In the end, Brink is another of those games that we see every so often; the games that have incredible potential and truly unique ideas but fail so terribly in their implementation. This could have been a great game, it could've been a hit and it...

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Brink

 

Hopes were high for Brink. Cool character design, mixed with Mirror's Edge FPS platforming and served as an objective-based shooter that could instantly take the fight online, replacing bots for real people. With all these elements and a name that...

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Brink

 

When Valve's now seminal co-operative shooter Left 4 Dead was released a few years ago, few could have predicted the impact it would have on the FPS genre. Team based shooters have been around since the genesis of these types of games but L4D brought a...

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Brink

 

When Brink was first shown a short time ago, it quickly got some hype behind it for the visual uniqueness it brought and some of the ideas it wanted to implement; being published by Bethesda probably helped quite a bit as well. It was boasting about...

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Brink

 

The finest team-shooter since Team Fortress 2. Need I say more?

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Brink

 

If you pick up Brink hoping for a stunning Single-player romp, you will be utterly disappointed. Even with bots running around not shooting things, it is just not enough to keep people playing the game. If you saw the first few lines of this review and...

When everything clicks, it is amazing; Playing with like-minded friends is well worth it; Customisation can be very addictive

Looks last-gen in places; Gun-play and SMART won't appeal to everyone; Singleplayer feels a little redundant

SMART is Brink’s way of standing out from the FPS crowd. Instead of just running around the world, you can utilize SMART to navigate yourself over and under various objects. Is there a wall in the way? Simply vault over it. Pipes low enough to duck...

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Brink (PC) Review

 

Splash Damage offers up a solid class-based multiplayer experience with Brink, but the game falls short of being memorable.

Campaign: Save or Escape the Ark?

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Brink

 

Brink is a team-based co-operative first person shooter, where two storylines convey both sides of the conflict. Players choose a side, either the security force or the resistance, and defend or attempt to break free from The Ark (post-apocalyptic...

Good balance of classes ; Variety of skills and objectives ; Decent story

Apparently there are no women ; Online lag ; Few maps

Worth playing, especially with humans. I'm hoping more maps will be available for download soon.

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Brink

 

Sixteen-player Ark asylum.