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Posted by Raven10
@Hitchenson said:
" That guy reminded me so much of a TF2 Cole Train. "
That's exactly what I thought. Except Cole Train is funny. And TF2 is funny. And this guy was decidedly not funny.
Posted by Olivaw

Spoiler warning: MAN IS THE REAL MONSTER.

Posted by Greenshoes

Oh I get it, there are two sides. 

Posted by issun187

Holy shit, the voice acting is atrocious.

Posted by Hitchenson

That guy reminded me so much of a TF2 Cole Train.

Posted by JackSukeru

The whole thing reeks of bad. The question is, is it the kind of "bad" that you can get behind?

Posted by crusader8463

This game better have the Mr Roboto song in it somewhere!   

Posted by ka_tet19

this looks, sounds and feels like amateur hour.  

Posted by Fontan

Looks and sounds so undeniably Japanese. No surprise in the giant robot. 
Even the woman being a robot I was kind of expecting... let's see what comes up of this.

Posted by RE_Player1

This looks bad. The opening looked corny and I hope it is a variety of enemies and not just those green robot looking dudes for the majority of the game. 

Posted by Jack

Seems generic at first but kind of intrigued by the last part of the video. Shot of the video at ~1:25 looks "in game-ish". 3rd person shooter? :D

Posted by falserelic

Reminds me of terminator.

Posted by Max_Antrax

This looks kinda like ´BRUTE FORCE` whow that i still remember that game

Posted by Skald

What the hell am I looking at?

Posted by Unlogik

Looks like it's using the same engine as the Yakuza series. Hopefully not the same clunky controls.

Posted by Rockanomics

"Let the good times roll"? Really? Wow, this looks awful.

Posted by CookieMonster

This reminds me. I've got to pick up Vanquish at some point.

Posted by cikame


Posted by JackGordon86

Where's Aliens: Colonial Marines?

Posted by MysteriousBob

Those screenshots make it look like a B-movie version of Mass Effect running on the Wii.

Posted by Tonic7

Upon further review, the dialog seems realllly corny, but the woman with the robot legs at the end of the trailer was an interesting twist. Cyborgs, ho!

Posted by skadbob
@Tonic7 said:
" Nice. "

Posted by gla55jAw


Edited by Tonic7

I like "sci-fi" with deep "human drama."

Posted by BradNicholson

On the heels of a recent Famitsu debut, Sega of America and Europe have announced Binary Domain, an original squad-based shooter that's being handled by Yakuza mastermind Toshihiro Nagoshi for eventual releases on the Xbox 360 and PS3

The game is set in a "robot-invaded" Tokyo in the year 2080. Specifically, you'll be navigating the "derelict lower levels" of this future Tokyo as a squad of three international peacekeepers. This squad is just a part of larger "battle for humanity" against these robot invaders, who are supposedly rather intelligent.
The twist is that Binary Domain isn't purely about killing wicked robots. The game will attempt to present a familiar sci-fi ethical quandary as you progress: are these machines you've been massacring really all this terrible or is humanity actually the bad guy? 

Red lights! That means kill it! 

== TEASER ==“What I wanted to create this time was a dramatic and energetic sci-fi shooter," Nagoshi said in a press release statement. "When you hear 'sci-fi' you may think of cold, clinical environments but with Binary Domain I wanted to combine this with a deep human drama." 

"The keyword we have in mind for this project is ’life’. I wanted to make something that will be accepted by both the Japanese and Western markets, and this fundamental theme is something everyone knows but which the full extent of can be difficult to grasp.”

Sega is talking big and bold about the robot's combat AI, saying that it'll make "the battlefield a more compelling experience than ever before." Sega also warns that we'll have to plan our moves ahead of time and be careful while moving across the battlefield... or else.

Take a gander at the game's first trailer before you judge. It's pretty hip. 
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