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When the PlayStation Store updates tomorrow, PS Plus subscribers will have access to a pair of new free downloads. Both Binary Domain on PS3 and Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD on PS Vita will be up for grabs. Binary Domain is a third-person shooter, developed by Yakuza Team for Sega, set in a fut...

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Steam's week-long deals this time around are a mix of horror, action and doughuts, with up to 75 percent off of Grotesque Tactics 2: Dungeons and Donuts, Binary Domain, Cities XL Platinum, Lucius, Monday Night Combat, Disciples 3: Renaissance Steam Special Edition, Jagged Alliance 2 Gold and The Se...

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Following its launch on February 28, it seems Binary Domain didn't have a very good March. According to data Joystiq received from the NPD, Sega's sci-fi shooter only sold 20,000 copies during the month. Compare that to the 1.3 million physical copies sold of the other big sci-fi game of March, Mas...

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The set of platforms on which you can play Binary Domain will soon no longer be ... an area composed only of two things. Sega announced today that Binary Domain is coming to the PC in North America and Europe this April. "As well as the excitement generated by Binary Domain in the console press we ...

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You may have sampled the demo for Binary Domain this past week, but did you know there's a multiplayer component in the final release? A post over on the PlayStation Blog details the many modes and classes that make up the online suite. There are five different classes: heavy gunner, recon, specia...

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Binary Domain's got tough-as-nails, future-armored soldiers, with deep emotional bonds. It's got cool evil androids everywhere. It's even got anachronistic gangsters. What else could it possibly need? If you just said "a band of scary Japanese children who scavenge for weapons," you're really goin...

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The demo for Binary Domain will hit North American PS3s tomorrow, February 14, and Xboxes the following day, on February 15. The demo includes a test run of Binary Domain's voice-command system, which is optional in combat and non-combat situations, and allows player to have "more natural dialogu...

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Sega announced plans to release a Binary Domain demo in Japan on February 1, a date that is sadly not expressed in binary. According to Andriasang's summary of the Kamurocho Radio Station podcast, the demo includes two stages, one in Shibuya's Spain-zaka area, and another in a "Shinjuku Station-lik...

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Sega sent out a new Binary Domain trailer titled "Bigger Than You Think," highlighting the dramatic storyline of the Yakuza team's shooter -- well, it's dramatic if you can get past the conceit of a team of military operatives going on a stealth mission while wearing suits covered in brig...

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You'd think the team behind the awkward Yakuza: Of the End (coming here as Yakuza: Dead Souls) might want to hide its shooting pedigree in trying to market Binary Domain -- but we suppose the selling power of the charismatic Kazuma Kiryu outweighs gameplay concerns. Fans who buy the first pres...

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Actually, no matter what you decide, there will be consequences. If you do watch it, you'll learn about Binary Domain's consequence system and how it affects your party. If you don't watch it, then our mother was right after all and nobody cares about our stinking little blog here. Help us prov...

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Tokyo Game Show isn't all fun and games -- some of this stuff is serious business. The following screens, for example, are very serious, and nothing at all like the pictures of happy Sackboys we showed you earlier. The galleries below are the exact opposite of happy Sackboys: They're angry sieve-...

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Sega confirmed with hugs and kisses at Gamescom that Binary Domain will arrive February 14 and 17 in North America and Europe, respectively. The squad-based action game for Xbox 360 and PS3, by Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi, allows players to command their team via controller or voice commands...

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We'll admit that the premise of Sega's new cover-based shooter Binary Domain by Yakuza boss Toshihiro Nagoshi -- man versus machine -- isn't the most immediately compelling, but this new trailer makes its nuances sound pretty cool. That is if you can get past the absolutely bored-sounding narrato...

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Binary Domain, Sega's upcoming third-person shooter set in Japan in 2080, relies heavily on voice commands to coordinate actions with your squad. While demoing the functionality on a PS3 dev kit with a headset, we asked if the Xbox 360 version would support Kinect for these voice commands. "We pl...

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It's been a few months since we heard anything about Binary Domain, the sci-fi shooter from the Yakuza team. Sega has now situated the game in time -- a time other than its year-2080 setting, that is -- providing an "early 2012" release window. The trailer after the break introduces the story,...

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Toshihiro Nagoshi's latest game is a rumor no more. Sega has announced that the Yakuza creator is heading up development on the previously teased Binary Domain, a squad-based action game for Xbox 360 and PS3. Set in Tokyo circa 2080, the game will pit humans versus Terminators robots in what Nagosh...

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A rumor inside a rumor has Yakuza and Super Monkey Ball creator Toshihiro Nagoshi working on a game called Binary Domain, which will allegedly be developed by the Yakuza team alongside western developers. Andriasang reports game development will be done in Japan, with voice work produced overseas. ...

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