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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:08pm 15/07/11 | 4 Comments
It's just a short trailer, but having seen the game up close and personal at this year's E3 (and being a fan of the art-direction), I couldn't help but single out SEGA's Binary Domain in today's game videos manifest.

All you're really getting a look at here is a pretty bare-bones list of basic weapons, but what I want to point out is the enemy destruction model in place, the clearly solid shooter mechanics, the size of some of the enemies and the fact that, even if you shoot any part of them off (heads included), it does not mean the robots are going to stop coming at you. Cyberdyne Systems would be proud.

Watch the trailer embedded below, or click here for the HD option.




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Mosfxx
Posted 12:24pm 15/7/11
Looks fun; if this were Zombies though it'd be banned but killing evil robots is still allowable right?
thermite
Posted 12:36pm 15/7/11
As long as they don't have feelings.
Enska
Posted 01:46pm 15/7/11
The combat actually looks like it's done really well, and the visuals department isn't lacking either.
I originally just saw this as a GoW clone with robots but that combat looks a lot more diverse.
breno
Posted 11:55am 16/7/11
That looks mad, a nice break from the zombie fest
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