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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:37pm 02/12/10 | 9 Comments
It's interesting to see how many Eastern developers are beginning to look to the West for certain types of inspiration now (Vanquish being the most recent, with it's Gears of War gameplay style focus), but great to see that instead of just copying, they're combining philosophies. SEGA's Binary Domain from Toshihiro Nagoshi (Yakuza, Shenmue, Daytona USA), does just that.

The game focuses on a future where machines have turned against man, decimating Japan (and presumably the rest of the world). Resistance fighters (albeit stereotyped) lurk through ruins and face off against drones and other machines much bigger. It doesn't sound overly original, but the trailer hints at their being potential for some cool story here.

Watch it embedded below, or click here to download a higher res version.

segaToshihiro Nagoshibinary domaintrailer
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Posted 12:50pm 02/12/10
Thanks Steve, the vid looks good. Nice to see concrete that looks like concrete for a change.

The story looks like a mashup between iRobot and Terminator. Either way, I like the look of it.
Posted 12:56pm 02/12/10
ET bringing up what i was gonna say. iRobot + terminator lol.

Good to see human flesh on black people is far superior than robot metal. :)
Posted 01:10pm 02/12/10
...it's a shame such intelligent robots do not know how to aim.
Posted 01:38pm 02/12/10
Ninja Kawasaki advertising. Let the good times roll.
Posted 04:20pm 02/12/10
No will smith?
Posted 04:41pm 02/12/10
absolute s***
Posted 08:15pm 02/12/10
Creepy nanny! But yeah, nice aiming robets D:
Sacrificing realism to that degree in an effort to make the main characters look cool is a bit lame :o
Posted 08:17pm 02/12/10
looks moronic :(
Posted 08:38pm 02/12/10
yeah I saw this over someone's shoulder at work today and thought "generic much?
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