After covering the Xbox 360 release a few months ago, it is now the turn of the PC version of Binary Domain to deserve our attention. As you will see, the boost in antialiasing and framerate is more than welcome here, and though it is clearly not to compete with the likes of Witcher 2 and Crysis, the game still looks rather good. Here are a bunch of homemade videos in 1080p and 60 fps, which will hopefully convince you to give Toshihiro Nagoshi's title a try. Considering it will probably be long before SEGA publish another third person shooter with a western audience in mind, our advice is not to miss it as there will most certainly be no sequel to it.
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puzzled on what they are aiming for. It's kinda too bad that its not what i thought it would be. Some competition for Sony and MS is never bad. (2 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: Ah i see. It got me a bit confused, i remember reading some articles that basically stated that Valve was going for the living room with this one. But i am not the only one who is a bit (2 Hours ago)
I wonder how Battlefield's skill ranking system works. -40 skill for being AFK and getting kicked at the beginning of the round? That seems harsh. (2 Hours ago)
So I'm looking to build a pretty low-power SteamOS box. (2 Hours ago)
@Schmooboo: I run Windows 8.1 on my desktop. SteamOS is for HTPC's.. and it'll be able to Stream games from my main gaming computer to my living room. (3 Hours ago)
so why get steamOS over win7 + steam? (3 Hours ago)