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Posted on Friday, April 29 @ 15:31:21 PST by

Brink seems like a pretty ambitious shooter. Any game that claims to give console gamers the teamwork capabilities PC gamers have been enjoying in shooters has got some pretty big steps to make.

I'm sorry, but have you played a console shooter recently? You really have to know everyone you're playing with to get anything accomplished. Don't get me started on the stupid things people do in Call of Duty games or even how dumb you have to be to plan an attack in a console shooter.

Still, we can hope that Brink's objective wheel and class will nudge players in the right direction, even if you do end up playing with randies on your Xbox 360 or PS3.

Brink arrives on store shelves early on May 10th for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
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