Brink on the Xbox 360. Customising your main Character is fun however any changes you make that would be permanent in real live are permanent in the game, for example tattoos and scars.
The main game can be played on-line or off you get extra xp for playing on-line plus its more fun shooting real people not bots.
Main differences to Call of Duty (COD) are: 1.There are no points or kill count, one team has a set of goals and the other tries to stop them and run down the clock. 2. You can take a lot more bullets before you go down. Once you are down a medic can revive you unless the other team kills you off. 3. Games can last for over 1/2 an hour. 4. the free running aspect. If it looks like you should be able to get some where you can, just by looking where you want to go and holding down jump. 5. You can set up a custom match with things like friendly fire turn off or on.
Some of the reviews for brink have been around the 6 out of ten.
I assume they were playing an unpatched version of the game. The version I have been playing since lunch is smooth fun experience. I always play the game with real people on-line and I have noticed no more 'Jerking off' than in COD. Also this game is not a COD clone and I am enjoying the differences to COD.
When you first play here are a couple of things to try. Change the control Scheme to COD there is a Something Duty control scheme that every one will be familiar with. Complete the first level of the challenges this will unlock new guns and attachments, Challenge mode is one of the game modes you can select, I recommend playing them anyway as they act as a sort of tutorial.
Long story short I absolutly love this game, but everyones different so well see