Around the Web: Feelin’ a bit Brinkish

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I’m feeling a bit Brinkish today. Must be the weather — I heard the forecast was calling for parkour-packed action. In any case, around the web we go.

The fellas over at BRINKish.eu have a massive community Q&A with Brink creative director Richard Ham and lead game designer Neil Alphonso. If you ever wondered about anything from bullet penetration to turret deployments, that’s your interview. David Lynch of NowGamer (and Eraserhead) also got a chance to query Richard Ham, resulting in an equally monstrous four-page interview.

All the buzz on Brink has translated into some pretty exciting expectations. GamerZines is calling it the top shooter of 2010, saying: “It’s time for a new king at the top of the mountain, and we’re putting our weight behind Brink.”

And before the Fallout fans get antsy, MSN has a lengthy look at Fallout: New Vegas, providing a preview based on the recent press tour. “If you’ve played Fallout 3 and its accompanying hours of DLC to death, New Vegas looks just the ticket,” they say.

Finally, don’t forget to send us your Fallout: New Vegas questions for our own Q&A, which should kick off sometime in the near future.

Reader Comments

  1. Just bought this game – what is all this protection crap? $60 bucks for a game that won’t run? download diagnostics? Send some austrian website my information? What were the developers thinking? I’m really upset by this, as I’m sure millions of others have been – but what’s up with all that? Bethesda never pulled this crap before…