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Following up on last month’s trailer, here’s a look at some pre-alpha multiplayer gameplay from Brink and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory developer Splash Damage’s brand new title, Dirty Bomb.
Via VG247, here’s a first look at Dirty Bomb, an upcoming PC first-person shooter from Splash Damage, the developers of last year’s Brink, with what looks to be a nuclear twist.
The folks behind Brink pull back on the action but throttle up the style with Rad Soldiers, a turn-based multiplayer strategy game for the iPad and iPhone they’re heralding as “guns with friends”. That’s an idea I can get behind.
Laurel D. Austin does some great work. Employed for years at Splash Damage, the team behind Brink, she’s recently joined Blizzard, where she’s working as a concept artist. Living the dream.
The game may’ve met with a lukewarm reception when it hit last year, but the one thing that Splash Damage’s Brink had going for it was an amazing art style. Laurens Corijn, an artist at the British dev studio, brought that look into the real world by modding a standard Nerf Stampede into an amazing replica of the FPS’s Gerun assault rifle.