Shadowlocked - We delayed this review of Brink because it felt important to examine the new FPS from Splash Damage in its ‘proper’ setting; with other human players. Having spent a considerable time playing Brink in both ‘single player’ and multiplayer modes, it is now possible to pass fair and true judgement on it. Brink does occasionally add something to the genre, but it's not the redefining release we hoped it may be. While multiplayer provides a respectable level of enjoyment – when it works properly – the single player campaign is virtually non-existent. Basically, Brink is a multiplayer game through and through, which is a damn shame because, with its vast and diverse world, Brink could have easily made for an excellent single player experience; which would ultimately have led to a much greater game.