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Post by Dan @ 11:14am 19/06/09 | 7 Comments
After an announcement out of nowhere and only a very teasing teaser trailer for reference, Brink, the next First Person Shooter from Splash Damage (Enemy Territory: Quake Wars) was high on our list of must-see games at E3 2009.

Fortunately, Bethesda were showing off an actual gameplay demonstration of the title and Splash Damage's Paul "Locki" Wedgewood gave us a guided tour. Find out what we did in our in-depth preview.



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ravn0s
Posted 11:20am 19/6/09
lol whats with the tiny heads?
Hyperslide
Posted 11:47am 19/6/09
Harder Headshots :)
Chucky
Posted 12:06pm 19/6/09
thats idtech 4? wow
the theme of the game interests me, sounds interesting
Trauma
Posted 12:22pm 19/6/09
I thought the same about the little heads also, reminds me of Men In Black 1 where that guys head grows back, and for a sec he has a really small head... yea.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 12:38pm 19/6/09
Beetleguece
MILKO
Posted 05:04pm 19/6/09
A smaller head and bigger body gives the impression of a more powerfull character. marvell do it with there characters all the time usually with the heavy weapons guy. The game looks mad though wouldn't mind havin a crack. The no shirt guy in pic 3 has a buttcrack for a back.
Chucky
Posted 09:58am 20/6/09
smaller heads.. or bigger bodies
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