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Binary Domain is SEGA's new beginning

2/29/12 7:00pm

After viewing the Binary Domain debut trailer well over a year ago I was left speechless. This was the Terminator /IRobot game that I always wanted. A third person action packed blockbuster shooter, complete with explosions, dismemberment, and a story to weld it altogether.

Endless waves of seemingly unbeatable robot foes with a no quit attitude. Squad mates that will react to your commands based on their loyalty to the main character. And a story created by none other then Toshihiro Nagoshi, the man responsible for the Yakuza series.

A demo finally surfaced for Binary Domain. My year of being hyped for the game was not wasted. Binary Domain left an unforgettable impression on me. The game brought to me a ever changing battlefield. Enemies that will stop at nothing to extinguish human life. An arsenal of weapons with a well thought out upgrade system. Awesome giant bosses that leave you in awe.

Walking away from the Binary Domain demo I am now a believer in the game. However I came to the bittersweet realization that if Binary Domain receives sub par sales. We won’t see a sequel that will refine some of the elements presented in the game. We could possibly be stuck with bad Sonic games to recoup some of the losses. SEGA has put a ton of effort into the game and I would hate to see it go to waste.

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