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Binary Domain Coming to PC

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

Binary Domain will be getting a PC release very soon. Digital copies will launch on April 27th while boxed copies will launch on May 18th.

Pre-order from Steam and you’ll also receive the Multiplayer Pack which includes a Ninja class , Outside High-rise map and extra sniper rifle and handgun weapon types. This will set you back £30.

Hopefully the game gets a second wind with this PC release as the console release failed to set the world alight even though it received positive reviews from most major game-sites.

[Source: Eurogamer]

Video Spotlight: Trailer Round-Up

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

We’ve missed a lot of recent trailers for up and coming SEGA games recently so let’s recap:

Binary Domain Hollow Child Cutscene

Yakuza: Dead Souls Minigames

London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games Velodrome Fly Through

Interesting side-note: I’ve actually been here in real life!

Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition Launch Trailer

[Source: SEGA Europe’s YouTube Channel]

Video Spotlight: Binary Domain ‘Slum Kids’ Cutscene

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

We are proper excited for Binary Domain, the new tactical third-person shooter from the legend that is Toshihiro Nagoshi. These cutscene videos that SEGA have been uploading are only whetting our appetite even more:

[Source: SEGA]

Binary Domain Demo Drops on Wednesday

Monday, February 13th, 2012

A demo of Binary Domain will be available on the X-Box Live Marketplace and the Sony Entertainment Network on Wednesday the 15th of February.

Full press release below:

“LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO (13 February, 2012) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced that the demo for the much anticipated third person, squad shooter Binary Domain™ will be released to western markets on February 15th 2012.
Xbox 360® and PlayStation3® players will experience the world of Binary Domain by playing through two of the Rust Crew’s early missions set in near future Tokyo. You’ll take command of Dan Marshall and work together with a squad of teammates from an elite International taskforce who watch and react to your every move. Gamers will have to fight highly intelligent robotic opponents and will also get the chance to try out Binary Domain’s ground breaking Consequence System. This system allows you to interact with and influence teammates in a variety of ways never before seen in a third person shooter, By using voice recognition in combat and non-combat situations players have a more natural dialogue with their allies, one which affects their behaviour and attitude.
Now is your chance to see into a Binary future and begin your journey into the machine age with the demo arriving on both formats from February 15th 2012.
Binary Domain is a pioneering third-person squad shooter from the creators of the Yakuza series. Set in near-future Tokyo where climate change has caused many living in the lower city of Tokyo to live in poverty. With a central branching storyline, voice recognition in combat and conversation and AAA shooter mechanics Binary Domain offers something genuinely unique to the genre.
For more information about the game, please visit: www.binarydomaingame.com”

[Source: SEGA]

Video Spotlight: Binary Domain Multiplayer Trailer

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Take a look at Binary Domain’s multiplayer action via this new trailer:

[Source: SEGA]

Video Spotlight: Binary Domain Assassination Cutscene

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Binary Domain is due for release on the 24th of February and are we excited? Hell yes! Toshihiro Nagoshi’s story driven third person shooter is looking more and more like one of THE games of 2012 and now SEGA have revealed a complete cutscene from the game:

[Source: SEGA]

Video Spotlight: Stunning New Binary Domain Trailer

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

When you see a trailer like the one below you certainly get a sense of gamer pride. This latest Binary Domain trailer emphasises what is shaping up to be a really intriguing story. Hopefully the game can deliver a similarly moving experience!

[Source: SEGA]

Binary Domain Pre-Order Bonuses Detailed

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Binary Domain will be getting 2 distinctive sets of pre-order DLC designed around gamers who play single or multiplayer.

The single player DLC gives the character Dan Marshall a new weapon and skills from the get-go. The multiplayer DLC unlocks an extra map.

See the full press release below:

LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO (21st October, 2011) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced that the much anticipated third person, squad shooter Binary Domain™ will feature two distinctly different pre-order DLC packs.
The first pack focusses on enhancing Binary Domain’s single player experience; the ‘Dan Marshall Pack’ unlocks a brand new weapon and skills for the player’s character in Binary Domain, Sergeant Dan Marshall.
Dan is a member of the international Rust Crew charged with infiltrating robot defended Japan, and identifying the source of an illegal operation creating horrifically lifelike robots called ‘Hollow Children’. This unique pre order pack will give players access to the powerful ‘SOWSAR-17 SBMOD type G’ Assault Rifle, a significant upgrade to standard issue firepower. In addition to a powerful new weapon, players will also gain access to a number of unique bionic upgrades: Assault: Physical Enhancement I, Assault: Protective Coating and Assault: Quick Prompt. All of which make Dan more resilient, stronger and faster in combat action.
The second pack focuses on the recently revealed multiplayer aspects of Binary Domain: The ‘Multiplayer Pack’ gives access to an exclusive multiplayer map, ‘Outside High-rise, Upper City’ which can be played across a variety of Binary Domain’s multiplayer modes. In addition a new playable class is also unlocked, the ‘Ninja’ is offered for both teams; this unique playable character type is perfect for surprise attacks and adapting combat style to the situation. Finally this unique pre-order pack also contains two exclusive multiplayer weapon types the ‘Hoga Type 69’ Sniper Rifle for long range annihilation of enemies and the ‘Yamato-0’ Handgun, for more up close and personal work.
Binary Domain is a pioneering third-person squad shooter from the creators of the Yakuza series. Set in near-future Tokyo where climate change has caused many living in the lower city of Tokyo to live in poverty. With a central branching storyline, voice recognition in combat and conversation and AAA shooter mechanics Binary Domain offers something genuinely unique to the genre.
For more information about the game, please visit: www.binarydomaingame.com

[Source: SEGA]

Yakuza 5 and Black Leopard: New Yakuza Chapter 2 Announced

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

SEGA has announced it will forming a new Yakuza Studio that will be lead by Toshihiro Nagoshi. While its’ first game will be Binary Domain, they are also responsible for the development of 2 new Yakuza titles.

“What are these two new Yakuza titles?” I hear you ask. Well it’s none other than Yakuza 5 and a sequel to Black Leopard: New Yakuza Chapter; the PSP spin-off that debuted last year.

Yakuza 5 is reported to be in its’ early stages of development, but Black Leopard: New Yakuza Chapter 2 is already confirmed for a Spring 2012 release in Japan.

[Source: Eurogamer]

New Binary Domain Screenshots

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Famitsu have unleashed a new batch of Binary Domain screenshots focussing on the enemies and allies you’ll meet/battle in the game.

Click this link to be taken straight to the gallery.

Binary Domain launches on PS3 and X-Box 360 on February 17th 2012.

[Source: SEGAbits]

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