Two early missions will be available in the demo, set in near future Tokyo. Players will take command of Dan Marshall and work together with a squad of teammates against highly intelligent robots. The demo also provides a taste of Binary Domain's ground breaking Consequence System, which allows players to interact with and influence teammates in a variety of ways never before seen in a third person shooter, by using voice recognition in combat and non-combat situations players.
I can�t wait to see this voice recognition in action � it can be the next step in innovation, or another failed foray into getting computers to understand what the hell we�re saying. Here�s to hoping it�s the former.
Binary Domain will be available in North America on February 28th, 2012, on the Xbox 360 PlayStation 3.