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Post by Dan @ 04:11pm 07/12/09 | 4 Comments
Splash Damage have released the fourth and final video in the series, rounding off the recent offering of gameplay trailers with the same ending as the presentation that was shown off to press attendees at the E3 2009 expo.

They've also ended the G4TV exclusivity, so you can now download the HD versions locally from AusGamers. For those that missed the first few, check out the introduction clip on the game's S.M.A.R.T. movement system here, then onto Objective Perspective: Container City Preview parts one and two.

The last video shows yet more of the objective system and closes with a cinematic cliffhanger, demonstrating how integral the storytelling element of the game is compared to previous games in the Enemy Territory lineage. Watch part 3 right here on AusGamers.

Brink is due for a late 2010 release on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.




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JakeG
Posted 06:36pm 15/12/09
This game looks pretty sick.. quick movement is what you want in games like this.
Seven
Posted 06:56pm 15/12/09
Seems a bit like Tribes...looks good.
d0mino
Posted 07:08pm 15/12/09
i am becoming somewhat hard for this game.
Seven
Posted 07:21pm 15/12/09
There are also some good "Container City" HD gameplay videos on YouTube.
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