Brink developer ready to reveal new titles in the studio's most significant year

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Posted 2:05pm on Tue 24 January 2012
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Brink developer ready to reveal new titles in the studio's most significant year
Brink developer Splash Damage is ready for what CEO and game director Paul Wedgwood believes will be the studio's "most significant year" in its history.

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Posted 2:05pm on Tue 24 January 2012
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Brink developer Splash Damage is ready for what CEO and game director Paul Wedgwood believes will be the studio's "most significant year" in its history.

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Posted 3:12pm on Tue 24 January 2012
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Brink developer Splash Damage is ready for what CEO and game director Paul Wedgwood believes will be the studio's "most significant year" in its history.

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SPAM!At least, I hope it's spam?!If not, I'll say, 'eh?'

As for Splash Damage's future prospects, I hope that they can recover from the less than stella release of Brink; a game that had so much potential, but unfortunately failed (personal opinion). Admittedly I enjoyed the game for the first 2 weeks, but you basically see all there is to offer see within that time. Not much incentive to carry on playing the game especially with it's terrible netcode. I really don't want to hear about another talented UK developer going under any time soon, so fingers crossed Splash Damage gets a lucky break with it's next title.
Posted 3:36am on Wed 25 January 2012
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I don't get it timoftelaur - what the hell's an iPad?

Anyways I liked Brink too, and actually really enjoyed using the SMART (er- what did that stand for again?) and the objectives system. Badly implemented in many ways sadly overall. Though to be honest a game that requires heavy team work is never a good idea, especially when it comes to the online gaming crowd nowadays.
Posted 8:10am on Thu 26 January 2012
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I don't get it timoftelaur - what the hell's an iPad?

Anyways I liked Brink too, and actually really enjoyed using the SMART (er- what did that stand for again?) and the objectives system. Badly implemented in many ways sadly overall. Though to be honest a game that requires heavy team work is never a good idea, especially when it comes to the online gaming crowd nowadays.

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I agree and disagree BC - it is definitely a GOOD idea to make the game require teamwork, it's just that the world is wrong Sad
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