Yes, we've covered this month's PlayStation Plus games for North America already. But I can't pass on having just one more opportunity to represent Binary Domain, which joins the PS Vita version of Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath ... read
In what's been one of the biggest surprises of the year, Yakuza Studio have managed to succeed where so many Japanese developers have failed, creating a solid "Western"-style shooter in Binary Domain. So if you missed ou... read
Happy Monday, Destructoiders! It's time for another episode of your favorite, semi-regularly-scheduled internet show about video games.
On today's show, Max starts us off with some Pokémon Black and White news, while ... read
There are so many games that come out of the gate with fantastic ideas, original concepts, and tons of potential, but fail to make the grade due to a lack of budget, time or talent. We've seen far to many Mindjacks, Damnation... read feature
[This is the final entry in a series of exclusive guest blogs from the development team at Yakuza Studio on Binary Domain. General Director Toshihiro Nagoshi returns one last time to discuss Binary Domain, its robot desi... read feature
[This is the sixth in a series of exclusive guest blogs from the development team at Yakuza Studio on Binary Domain. Lead Programmer Takashi Atsu discusses the enemy’s artificial intelligence throughout the game&rs... read
We've been talking a lot about Binary Domain on Destructoid as we approach the February 28 release date. I actually have some hope for this game that it won't just be yet another forgettable third-person shooter experience. ... read
[This is the fifth in a series of exclusive guest blogs from the development team at Yakuza Studio on Binary Domain. Lead Game Designer Hiroyuki Sakamoto discusses the game’s multiplayer content. Binary Domain... read
[This is the fourth entry in a series of exclusive guest blogs from the development team at Yakuza Studio on Binary Domain. Lead Game Designer Hiroyuki Sakamoto describes the combat in the game. Binary Domain will b... read
[This is the second in a series of exclusive guest blogs from the development team at Yakuza Studio on Binary Domain. Script writer Tsuhoshi Furuta and Art Director Nobuaki Mitake detail the characters of Binary Dom... read feature
[This is the first in a series of exclusive guest blogs from the development team at Yakuza Studio on Binary Domain. General Director Toshihiro Nagoshi details the story of Binary Domain and the conflict between robots and h... read feature
There seems to be a certain stigma in gaming, as of late, that Japanese developers have lost their touch when it comes to creating experiences that appeal as much to western gamer as they do to the Japanese. Once dominant ... read feature
It looks like Binary Domain will try to keep players engaged in its multiplayer modes, as pre-ordering at GameStop will net you the Multiplayer Pack. This pack gives you an exclusive multiplayer map "Outside High-rise, Upper ... read
In SEGA's new squad based shooter, Binary Domain, your team mates are not mere slaves to your whims. Players will have to gain the trust of their squad and act in ways that appeal to their varied personalities to get the mos... read
Even though Japanese developers try to Westernize their games, they always keep that certain Japanese edge. Games like Vanquish showed us that a typical third-person shooter can still feel fresh even though we have so m... read
When Jim Sterling saw Binary Domain in action for the first time at E3, he covered most of what the game is about but felt like the game needed some special sauce to make it stand out in the crowd.
During an extensive lo... read feature
Sega has put up some new screenshots for Binary Domain, and it's looking as washed-out as ever. I really hope they put some bolder colors in before this game releases, because it's looking so very unremarkable. I don't like t... read
Binary Domain may be the most grey game I have ever seen. There's some interesting design at play, especially with the game's various robots, but the actual scenery is as drab as they come. It's not even a pleasant grey (such... read
Here's a trailer for Binary Domain, a game I saw at E3 and really wanted to like. As I said before, I really dig the style of the story, even if it's not doing anything particularly new on the narrative front. Done well, I a... read
Not a lot has been seen of the SEGA-published Binary Domain since the first trailer released last year. Behind closed doors, however, we got a chance to see the game in action and get to grips with this third-person-shooter involving sentient robots.
I will say this -- I really want to like the game. read feature