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Top-notch Sega shooter Binary Domain given PC release date

April digitally, May in boxes.

Sega's really very good futuristic shooter Binary Domain has a PC release date.

Digital distributors will sell the game from 27th April, and boxed copies will be available from 18th May.

But wait, there are pre-order bonuses. The Dan Marshall Pack gives bionic upgrades and weaponry, and the romantically named Multiplayer Pack gives a class (Ninja), map (Outside High-rise) and extra weapon types (a sniper rifle and handgun).

Steam's offering the Multiplayer Pack to Binary Domain pre-purchasers. The game sells there for £30.

Binary Domain's an "intense and hectic romp" with a great campaign and Meccano-like robo-baddies you can blow apart very satisfyingly indeed. It's a game that's put internal Sega development back on the map.

Eurogamer's Binary Domain console review turned up 8/10.

The first 15 minutes of Binary Domain.

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