Are you a PC gamer? Do you love third-person shooters? Do you enjoy screaming voice commands into your mic that largely go unheeded by your teammates? Then I've got a game for you! Binary Domain will soon be available on PC. How soon? How about next month? Yes, Binary Domain, which happens to be a very good cover-based shooter, is coming to PC in April. You can pre-order that bad boy on Steam.
It's a little slow this week. The only truly new co-op release is a third person shooter. I'll give you a couple hints, and you see if you can tell me where the game takes place. Hint #1: It's set in the future. Hint #2: Robots. Hint #3: Said future robots, or "frobots," as I like to call them, are becoming too human. Hint #4: It's not a Blade Runner game (you wish!).
We finally nailed down the co-op mode in Binary Domain a few days ago. Alas, 'tis but a horde mode. Survival/horde modes aren't all bad, assuming the gameplay is tight. It just so happens you can check out Binary Domain's gameplay yourself in a new single player demo.
We have been pondering the features of Binary Domain's co-op mode since last May. The third person shooter focuses on a robot uprising in (where else?) near-future Tokyo. The single player campaign features a "Consequence System" where you will give voice commands to your squad mates. They'll either listen to you or they won't, depending on how much they trust you. Great. Sounds like it'll be just like playing a game with a bunch of house cats. This seems like the perfect opportunity to allow real life human players to join in the fun.
Earlier today, SEGA uploaded a special cutscene from their newest Third-Person Shooter title, Binary Domain, showcasing an extended dialogue and a few, gruesome twists.
The new trailer for Binary Domain really sets the mood. We've got people staring longingly into each other's eyes, spiffy music, someone yelling "Nooooooo!," and robot self mutilation. Plus there's an abundance of gunplay, explosions, and at 1:24, I'm pretty sure a dude is humping a computer. Sounds like a party to me!
I managed to make it into a behind-closed-doors session for Sega's Binary Domain, a third-person squad shooter coming out in early 2012. The game is set in Japan, the year is 2080. All you need to know is this: "Robots! Blast'em!" Got it? I don't want to have to explain to you why we're shooting robots during the TechnoHolocaust. You just better damn well do it.
It always makes me proud to be a gamer when the "new game" scene gets its hands on a solid game. Not a puzzle game, not a score-based game, not a mindless shooter, but a game with story, machines, and flesh and blood. Binary Domain looks to encourage the use of flesh and blood on the Xbox 360 or PS3, as the machines have taken over - and their intentions aren't so pure after they're granted an ego and emotions. The machines in Binary Domain started off as simple workers, but became a formidable enemy as they take on more and more human traits.
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