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Liking the look of this new game by Splash damage (and a little bit from Bethesda), absolutely awesome trailer

 

http://www.gametrailers.com/video/gdc-10-brink/63039?type=flv

 

Game play looks pretty good as well, nice cartoony style, looks like they've nailed the Mirrors edge style free running

 

http://www.gametrailers.com/video/introductory-airport-brink/59710

 

http://www.gametrailers.com/video/container-city-brink/59708

 

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Aye definitely looks like one to keep an eye on, the graphics look immense as well.

 

Mike should be pleased.. co-op, cover system, what more could he want.

 

Fit girls in bad ass trainers?

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Watched the vids off the marketplace for this. Looks class. Almost like a Borderlands/Mirrors Edge combo, but with up to 8 players instead of 4. I like that if you have a squad of 8, you need to split up into groups to complete certain objectives...

 

Definitely one to look out for...

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saw this, thought I'd pass it on

 

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-04-27-cheap-this-week-27-04-11-article?page=2

 

Brink - £31.75 delivered on Xbox 360, £31.75 delivered on PS3 & £21.85 delivered on PC (apply coupon "BHB2" for the PC version and coupon "BHB3" on the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions to get these prices – the PC version registers on Steam)

 

coupon expires on the 3rd!

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Tempted to get this on 360, bar Reach there's been a massive lack of shooters approaching anywhere near decent.

Crysis 2 is a very good game. Better on the PC mind, but if you don't have a good enough PC, I would certainly recommend it on the 360. Bar that though, I agree with you. It's basically Call of fucking Duty's fault for a) scaring away competitors with it taking such a massive chunk out of the industry (fair play to Activision for that though, I suppose) and b) because games try to copy its overdone formula (I'm looking at you, Homefront).

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Going to avoid it, it can't be a coincidence that it's getting loads of duff scores. A far better choice would be Section 8: Prejudice which is less than a tenner on Steam.

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