If you feel you missed out on Binary Domain because you don’t own a console, then perhaps the announcement of a PC release will cheer you up. Sega has revealed that the squad-shooter will be coming to the PC this April, in both boxed and digital forms.
Binary Domain comes from the creators of the Yakuza series and puts you in the Tokyo of 2080, which is a city with one or two major social and environmental problems. On top of that, there are members of the population (so-called ‘Hollow Children’) who don’t realise that they’re actually robots.
One of the selling points on consoles was the voice-recognition for commanding squad-mates, which appears to also be transferring to the PC (presumably you’ll just use a mic).
Watch the unfortunate prejudice against Hollow Children in a cutscene from the game, below.

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