I wish Brink were a better game.
Brink was seriously one of the biggest disappointments in gaming for me.
People who were disappointed by Brink obviously didn't follow it before it was released.
The video series they did before released showed every single aspect of the gameplay and what it looked like.
I also thought it was a lot better in general than Rage.
Brink looked pretty cool before release but after some free weekends I hated it.
The probably with RAGE is that it gives the illusion of having a large open-world, when in fact, the environments are very small (but beautiful) and very very linear.
However, I had a shitload of fun playing RAGE since the shooting was so solid. The way enemies reacted to being shot and all that made it incredibly fun for me.
I'll wait till it's <$15 for the entire series
Then Crysis 2 might actually be worth it
i must be the only person who enjoyed brink?
maybe again(like duke nukem forever,rage,othergames) because i didnt had a huge hype for it and didnt paid full price for it.
I was dissapointed in Brink because it was portrayed as giving endless freedom to the player in customization and tactics with a good story to back everything up, when in reality the levels were absurdly linear lanes of death with maybe 1 secret passage for light archetypes. The cosmetic customization was pure laziness with only a few preset colours and there was no story or *real* conclusion (aside from 2 lines of "well done!" victory dialogue) to the otherwise brilliant setting.
There was a massive armoury of weapons, and they made it so you unlocked everything in five minutes. Half of the weapons were useless too, because weapons like the Carb-9 SMG were good at everything. I literally spent my last days whizzing around with a Carb 9 and Pump Shotgun on the new levels, firing Shotgun blasts into people's faces and behinds, and then picking off enemies from a distance with the SMG.
Brink was good, the developers were just too dumb to put a decent amount of content in the game before release
I liked brink.
Am I a terrible person?