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Bethesda has set a date for the first downloadable content […]
Games in the first person shooter genre have been aplenty […]
Sure, you probably haven’t even had a chance to try […]
One trend that has become particularly concerning over the past […]
With a heavy focus on online, FPS Brink released at […]
Brink, the upcoming parkour-meets-fast-paced-FPS from Splash Damage and Bethesda Softworks, […]
Brink releases in about two weeks, and Splash Damage wants you to be prepared for battle, so they’ve released some videos for your learning pleasure.
12 new screenshots of Bethesda’s latest creation, Brink, have been […]
Bethesda have pushed up the release date for Brink from May 17th to May 10th.
While 2011 may be rather over-crowded with first-person shooters, Splash […]
Once Brink – in development from Splash Damage – is […]
2011 is looking to be one heck of a year […]
Splash Damage has released Brink’s third video developer diary entitled, […]
When Splash Damage announced that their highly anticipated upcoming shooter, Brink, would be pushed back to 2011, many gamers were, understandably, dismayed and frustrated. Many wondered if something had gone wrong with production, and almost instantly questions were raised regarding the game’s final quality. However, in a recent interview, the CEO of Splash Damage reassured restless gamers about why his studio decided to delay the game, and why it can only be a good thing.
First off, Splash Damage allowed gamers of all sorts to get their hands on Brink, during the event. Wedgewood claims this is a rare opportunity for gamers to get their hands on an unreleased game; claiming that these sorts of events are almost always press-only. Later, Wedgwood talked about how Splash Damage worked really hard on ensuring the controls and experience from one version of the game, to another, are spot on.
Brink, the FPS/RPG from Bethesda has had the pleasure of […]
Bethesda and Splash Damage’s exciting shooter, Brink, is looking like […]
Bethesda has been a developer and publisher of video game […]