DualShockers writes: Brink developer, Splash Damage’s CEO, Paul Wedgwood, would love a series of sequels for Brink to come to fruition. That’s right sequels with an “S”.
Let's see how this one turns out first.
100% agree. Just because someone loves something doesn't meant actual events will happen to cater to that "love".
I hope it turns out good. I really loved ET on PC which BTW is where I'll be playing Brink also. Nice to see these devs give totally customized servers.
That's only for the PC version of the game right? The servers.
... which is exactly what he said? O.o
i think it's gonna turn out very well. i'm hoping really hardcore at least lol it looks like a lot of fun. little over a week and we'll all find out!
Why would they want to do sequel to an unwanted game!
I guess you should go back to Black Ops...
Dude, who ARE you, literally ALL of your comment history is commenting on random articles and trash talking?
Keep up the useless trash talking and I'll keep voting you down for trolling. Working well so far!
Is this game even out yet? 0.o But i guess if the game is a success and sequels will be full of improvements. Go ahead
I can't wait for this game imo is looking very awesome just one week to go babiee!!!!
Does anyone else want to join with me and help get ant banned lol? He is such a troll.
Im sure L.A. Noire and Brink will both just fine up against each other. At Eurogamer, you should have seen the line. Of course, L.A. Noire wasnt at Eurogamer 2010. At least I dont think so. Not sure how big that line woulda been :P
Sequels come after successful launch of a new ip. Being that this is FPS 360 users brought homefront like it was there last great game. So i think this game will have better scores then homefront.
It it plays anything like RTC Wolfenstien, which it appears to given they're experience with that game. Then I already see a winner.
Lame. I'd much rather they update the existing game like TF2. Might have to take this game off my radar now.
You haven't even played it yet and you're shooting it down because they have aspirations to make a series out of it. Lame.
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