Monday, May 9, 2011

Brink Review [IGN]

First I would like to say "FUCK YOU IGN!"  There, it's out.

They had this huge article about Brink and how awesome the sound was... then they rate the sound a 6.  Are you fucking kidding me?

They also said the game was to repetitive.  Okay you fucking idiot reviewer, isn't Call of Duty the most repetitive game in history?  I mean, even their sequels hardly bring ANYTHING new to the genre, but they get all 9s and 9.5 ratings.  Are you serious??!

This upsets me because they also claim the game doesn't look good.  Just because it's not photo realistic doesn't mean the art sucks.  I really swear that IGN is Call of Duty bias and was paid to give this game a low rating.  Or they picked someone who clearly wasn't interested in the game.  I mean, it looks bad ass and there's tons of ways to change your look, and they didn't even think that was neat.

They also claim that 20 levels is to low and you can max it out in a few days.  The game is about action and playing, not about leveling to a 10 prestige game.

Obviously this guy is a moron.

If you want to read the full review, click here.

However, it's easy to forget which size your character is in first-person perspective, as movement abilities don't change dramatically. While the Large size allows miniguns and shotguns, they still move only slightly slower than the Medium size. Only Small characters can really burst through levels, leaping off of walls and finding clever passageways. 

He's an idiot if you forget what size you are.  Also you can clearly tell the difference when you run.  This guy just sounds like an idiot.

Brink's lack of stat tracking is glaring, though. The official website holds some info, but otherwise level, kills, deaths, and successes are hidden -- those of other players too.  

Excuse me?!   This is good.  This makes it so people don't just sit there and camp like bitches.  I'm happy they don't keep every single little thing tracked.  Just enjoy the game, but I guess when you play Call of Duty like a lemming, you expect everything to be like that.

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