Binary Domain now available for 360 and PS3


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If video games have taught us anything, it’s that our future will be dominated by man-killing machines. Case in point: Binary Domain, a new third-person squad-based shooter from Sega and Yakuza’s Toshihiro Nagoshi, is yet another cautionary tale of robotics gone awry. In 2080, in the midst of a world wracked by climate change and resource shortages, Tokyo finds itself under siege from an army of robots led by cyborgs known as hollow children. As Dan Marshall, players will lead the R.U.S.T. crew through ground-level slums and the high-rise homes of the wealthy in their hunt for the source of the hollow children.

Binary Domain not only features a branching storyline, but also an emphasis on intersquad relationships with the Consequences System. The latter involves conversation decisions that influence trust levels between the player and their teammates. Multiplayer is also supported with versus and co-op modes, seven different game types, including Deathmatch and Domain Control, and five classes.

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