Splash DamageNovember 2010

November 2010

Signed Brink Print Being Auctioned For a Good Cause

Our friends over at Bethesda are auctioning off a whole bunch of goodies, including a massive Brink print signed by the entire development team. Better yet, it's for a good cause. All proceeds from the auction will go to the family of Company of Heroes lead designer Brian Wood, who was tragically killed in a car accident earlier in the year.

Brink print close-up

In addition to the Brink print, there are also plenty of Fallout items on offer as well as a unique RAGE print. All auctions are now running and will end in a little over six days. For the full list as well as photo gallery showing off all of the items, head over to Bethblog.

Explore the Art of Brink on CGSociety


Digital art hub CGSociety has published a great new feature delving deep into Brink's unique art style. Guided along by Art Director Olivier "Nosebone" Leonardi, the piece explores the origins of Brink's inimitable characters as well as the environments you'll be exploring in the game. It's all garnished with a massive amount of previously unseen concept art and also features guest appearances by Lead Environment Artist Aaron "Hoffa" Hoffman, Lead Character Artist Tim "spacemonkey" Appleby, and Senior Concept Artist Laurel "Tully" Austin.

If you're looking to find out more about the art of Brink, be sure to check it out!

Brink Coverage Round-up: A Little Bit of Everything

Ahoy - it's the latest coverage round-up for Brink, bringing the latest interviews, previews, and other noteworthy bits.

Our first pit stop today is Dealspwn, where other than Game Director Paul 'Locki' Wedgwood is quizzed extensively about all things Brink. Elsewhere, Platform 32 has a 10 minute special feature on Brink also featuring copious amounts of Paul along with tons of information about the game. You can even win a Brink t-shirt signed by Paul himself at the end of it.

In an entirely different corner of the web, PS3 Attitude's unstoppable series of Brink diaries continues with a look at classes, upgrades, and body types before a separate installment examines the story behind the game in rather great detail.

Finally, connoisseurs of previews get their share as well, with The Dolphin serving up a new write-up about Brink.

Spotted any other Brink coverage? Post it up in the comments!