It’s a pretty decent week in the games department for PlayStation Plus as both a new PlayStation 3 title, Binary Domain, and a new Vita title Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath, get added to the Instant Game Collection. The rest of this week’s pickings are slim, however, as the massive amount of discounts we’ve seen over the past couple of months is this week replaced by a single price drop.
It’s another grab bag week of new releases for the PlayStation 3 as this week’s update features shooters, sportsball, Legos and a couple of PlayStation 2 Classics.
Squad-based shooter Binary Domain will be expanding beyond consoles soon. Publisher Sega revealed today that they'll be releasing the game on PC in both boxed and digital form in April.
Gamers will have to wait longer than expected to try out Binary Domain, the debut project from Yakuza Studio. According to the latest trailer, entitled "Bigger Than You Expected," the squad-based, third-person shooter has been delayed by two weeks.
Squad-based shooter Binary Domain has an interesting feature called the Consequence system. It's a bit of an unusual mechanic so Sega decided to release a trailer focused solely on this aspect of the game.
Sega released a new trailer for their third-person, squad-based, robot-thriller, Binary Domain. So what's the trailer about? Well, it's a brief overview of all the weapon types available in the no-holds-barred shooter and you'll likely need to use every gun to the last bullet and the trailer shows you why.
Sega released a brand new story trailer for Binary Domain, featuring a breakdown what the world is like in their new third-person, squad-based shooter. It's all very impressive and gives a unique take on a not-yet apocalyptic future.
The newest trailer for Binary Domain isn't as profound as the original debut trailer but it still proposes some interesting concepts about robotics, humans and the perfect balance required to keep societal structures intact.
The first full week of December gets into high gear with several new game announcements, some teaser info for a popular upcoming game and a little game-movie ranting.
With games like Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Mindjack on the horizon, Sega has decided that they can also play the dramatic-thriller game, and announced that Binary Domain will be their attempt to get socially serious this generation.