Binary Domain is coming to Windows PC / Steam this April
Binary Domain, SEGA's futuristic, squad-based, third-person shooter, features a troop of marines attempting to keep a population of renegade robots under control. Developed by Toshihiro Nagoshi, one of the minds behind Yakuza and Super Monkey Ball, Binary Domain is set in the year 2080. It's a fairly generic trope, notes GameSpot, but it more than makes up for it with its vibrant single-player campaign. Last month, it shipped onto consoles. This month, SEGA has announced that it'll be hitting the PC in April.
It'll be sold digitally as well as at brick-and-mortar retailers. While SEGA has yet to provide a concrete release date themselves, a listing on Steam notes that the game is going to be released on April 6 at a price of $40.00, notes Gamespot.
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