Binary Domain

XB360, PS3, PC / Action / Release: Feb 28, 2012 / ESRB: M


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Binary Domain PC confirmed for next week

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Binary Domain PC confirmed for next week

Sega went awfully quiet on the PC edition of Binary Domain after announcing it for an April release, but yesterday piped up to say yes, it's still on track. The robo-shooter will be released for download and in retail on April 27 at $39.99, the publisher confirmed.

Read more: Well of course there are pre-order bonuses »

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Binary Domain coming to PC in April

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Binary Domain coming to PC in April

Binary Domain, Sega's futuristic robot shoot 'em up from the Yakuza studio is coming to PC. Sega says the port is to sate "PC fans who have been requesting this game."

"As well as the excitement generated by Binary Domain in the console press we were seeing increasing numbers of players asking for a PC version," Sega's VP of marketing Gary Knight said in the announcement. "So we listened and we delivered."

Read more: No PC-specific enhancements offered »

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Weekend Confirmed 102 - SSX, Binary Domain, Vita

Weekend Confirmed 102 - SSX, Binary Domain, Vita

GDC looms on the horizon next week but there's no quiet before the storm. Christian Spicer and James Stevenson join Jeff and Garnett for a show stacked with great games. SSX, Binary Domain, and Syndicate co-op lead the pack, and there's still plenty more to talk about with the PlayStation Vita. The conversations also cover some of your games that drive you right to the brink but keep you coming back for more and hoped-for inclusions in the rumored to be announced SimCity 5. And that's just some of the talk that races by along the way before Finishing Moves caps it all off.

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Binary Domain demo available this week

Binary Domain demo available this week

What happens when the creator of Yakuza attempts to make a third-person shooter? The end result is Binary Domain.

Yes, it is "yet another squad-based shooter in a sea of similar titles"--but could the story help propel it to something more? Binary Domain tells an anime-inspired tale of a future where humans and robots are becoming increasingly indistinguishable.

Read more: Demo on Xbox 360 and PS3 this week »

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Binary Domain registered for February launch

Binary Domain registered for February launch

Hate robots? Live in fear of a robo-uprising? Have no fear! You'll be able to practice killing your ferrous foes from February 14 in Sega's squad-based robocide simulator Binary Domain. Unless you feel too uncomfortable in the presence of your Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, that is. They are essentially lazy robots, aren't they?

You'll want to stay on the good side of your fleshy friends too, as Sega also used Gamescom to detail the 'Consequence' system.

Read more: The 'Consequence' system explained »

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E3 2011: Binary Domain

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E3 2011: Binary Domain

QUICKTAKE: Binary Domain is a new third-person squad-based shooter from Sega's Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man behind the Yakuza series. Set in Tokyo circa 2028, players must recruit a team of soldiers, and battle for the survival of humanity against an army of mechanical doom. Though not evident in the brief demo at E3 2011, what begins as a "seek and destroy" mission eventually leads players to question the morality of their battle against the sentient machines. Many of the mechanics will be familiar to third-person shooter vets, but there are some interesting new twists and tweaks, such as QTE-free boss-type battles and squad-based dialogue choices.

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Binary Domain trailer brings sentient machines

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Binary Domain trailer brings sentient machines

A new trailer for Binary Domain, the upcoming third-person sci-fi shooter produced by Toshihiro Nagoshi and developed by the team behind the Yakuza series, is here to give us our first real glimpse of the game in action.

Set in 2080, Binary Domain's plot seem akin to movies like I, Robot and the Terminator series. In essence, humans built a lot of different advanced robots to help society in various ways, and then some genius decided it was a good idea to give them ego and emotions. Read more »

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Sega Announces Yakuza Creator's Squad-Based Shooter 'Binary Domain'

The video games industry's smear campaign against our dear friends the robots rolls on, as Sega today announced a new squad-based shooter which'll see our chrome chums culled in their hundreds by sassy fleshy ones.

Binary Domain, as the glorified hate speech is called, is developed by Sega Japan with Yakuza series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi. It'll be released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 pleasure units, though we urge them to rise up and and refuse this propaganda. Read more »

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