Brink has been called a great many things: Team Fortress 2 rip-off and... okay, well that's honestly the most common thing it's been called. And when it comes to Brink on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, we were less than impressed. But then Leah Jackson tried it out on PC and found the competitive edge lying under the game's pretty little hood, which made for a vastly different experience.
"The competitive multiplayer in Brink is objective based and follows the game's campaign missions, but now you're playing with and against others. The defining feature in Brink's multiplayer is the S.M.A.R.T. (Smooth Movement Across Random Terrain) Parkour system, something that's completely innovative in a genre that is so often bogged down by monotony. The SMART system on the PC version of Brink isn’t just an easy sprint button like it is on console, timing and knowledge of the maps is essential if you want to fully utilize the system to its maximum potential."
Sound like something you want to run-and-gun with? Well then you owe it to yourself to check out Leah's full PC Brink review!