Last Updated: May 23. 2011 1:00AM
Chris Campbell/ Scripps Howard News Service
When a utopian city named Ark becomes less than best as a place to call home, gamers get the option of defending the city or helping overrun it. It’s an intriguing choice to be made within the world of “Brink,” but unlike other morality-based games, whichever path is chosen has tiny impact on how the game plays out.
Gamers are either a member of Ark’s security force or the resistance, and tiny beyond choosing their character’s outfits and look is different from the other side.
The skeleton of a solid game exists in “Brink.” For the few moments when everything comes together perfectly, you happily lose yourself in the blur of gunfire and chaos. These moments are fleeting, however; you might want to rent it, rather than purchase it.
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