SEGA Talk Podcast #46: Binary Domain (2012)

You might know them best for the Yakuza series, but in 2012 Toshihiro Nagoshi and his team at Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio released a crazy third person shooter set in the year 2080. Despite being a solid game, Binary Domain never truly found its footing worldwide, and the fallout from the release would change the way SEGA operated in the west for years to come. Learn all about this and more on this episode of SEGA Talk!

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3 responses to “SEGA Talk Podcast #46: Binary Domain (2012)

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  2. ToeJam and Knuckles says:

    This game should come back like Vanquish did with Bayonetta! I mean we aren’t getting any Virtual On games yet so we need something arcadey, ya know?

  3. Claude says:

    Too bad that this game never rose to stardom.

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