Binary Domain: Sega’s robot shooter heading to PC
Sega has announced that Binary Domain – its futuristic sci-fi console shooter will finally land on PC this April. The game will be available boxed game, or as a digital download. The third-person shooter, that has players players shooting their way through levels populated with robot baddies has been compared to Gears of War. Despite lacking in fanfare on its arrival, Binary Domain has been well-received. Read on to discover why.
Sega has yet to announce a sale date for the futuristic third-person shooter, but it is definitely coming said Sega, boosted by the positive feedback from the press, and fans asking when a PC version will hit the shops.
“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. So we listened and we delivered.” said Gary Knight, SVP of marketing at Sega.
Great news for PC gamers that. For those that missed out, here’s the lowdown. In Binary Domain players are stuck in a battle for humanity in 2080 Tokyo. As part of a gun-toting peace-keeping squad it’s up to you and your team to restore peace.
Along the way your squad begins to question who they are battling at a time period where robots are just as human as they are. Minus a few nuts and bolts. Binary Domain has been praised for its boss battles, clever AI making players think about how to tackle the enemy and its shoot-em-up gameplay, so it’s worth checking out.
Do you own it on console already? What do you think? We’re still ploughing through our copy, so look out for a full review very soon.