Publisher SouthPeak has released new info about Prison Break: The Conspiracy
, the game based on the TV show in the form of new screenshots and character details.
Lincoln Burrows, older brother and caretaker of Michael Scofield, is one of the main characters you'll get to know (or already know as a fan of the show). His nickname in prison is "Linc the Sink." What characteristics does a person need to have to acquire that kind of nickname? Does he like to do dishes? Does he dispose of garbage? For the full Lincoln Burrows bio, hit the jump.
The game is set for release on March 30th for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.
Lincoln Burrows, often referred to as “Linc” or “Linc the Sink” (a name given to him by other inmates,) is the older brother of Michael Scofield. After their mother passed away, Lincoln took on the responsibility of caring for his brother and became Michael’s guardian. Lincoln endured a tumultuous youth, starting with his dropping out of high school during his sophomore year and leading to a life marred by crime and violence. Even early on, he already had a number of convictions on his rap sheet, including theft, battery and possession of illegal substances.
Lincoln continued looking after his brother even into adulthood. He borrowed money to finance Michael’s college education to the tune of $90.000; not a paltry sum. When Michael wondered how his brother was able to send him to school, Lincoln told Michael that the money came from their mother’s life insurance. However, ultimately the money came from the very source that wound up framing Lincoln for the death of the vice president’s brother, Terrence Steadman.
Facts & Anecdotes
- Lincoln is father to a son, Lincoln Burrows Jr. (LJ), that he had together with his ex-girlfriend, Lisa Rix.
- During the course of Season 1, Lincoln’s son, LJ, starts to reconnect with his estranged father.
- Lincoln’s incarceration instigated deep feelings of guilt in his brother Michael, who felt responsible since the borrowed money for his education may have had a part in Lincoln’s predicament.