The PC love from the East continues today, with SEGA announcing the PC release date for their acclaimed third-person robot shooter, Binary Domain, as April 27.
Binary Domain is a dynamic action-adventure, featuring a cast of striking characters battling through 2080 era Tokyo in an effort to cleanse mankind of a race of hybrid robot/humans known as ‘Hollow Children’. As they explore a country ravaged by climate change and social upheaval, Dan Marshall and his R.U.S.T. crew will have to fight through both the slums of the lower city and the pristine hi-tech environments of the upper city.
The R.U.S.T. Crew’s varied arsenal of tactics and weaponry will be necessary in order to emerge victorious in thrilling boss encounters, while Binary Domain’s procedural damage system allows players to shred their robotic foes limb-by-limb in high-intensity fire fights.
The game will be available via digital delivery services such as Steam and can be pre-ordered with a number of DLC bonuses unique to your preferred delivery service.
Click here for a look at our review of the game on PS3