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Binary Domain's Consequence System: How Will You Get Your Squad To Trust You?

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Posted September 1, 2011 - By Leah Jackson


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Binary Domain

In Binary Domain it's your job to command a squad and take out robotic threats in Tokyo circa 2080. One of the newest mechanics announced for SEGA's third person shooter was the consequence system. This system will determine what your squadmates will do based on how much they like you.

"This means they'll do things like come over and revive you if you're downed, offer you cover when you're doing your own thing, and will work together in tandem to follow your directions. The game also has a novel interface that allows you to issue these commands via headset, allowing you to talk directly to your squadmates. "Cover me!" might illicit a "No way," or an "On my way!" depending on what they currently think about you. You can even tell them "I love you," which isn't exactly the sort of thing you'd toss out in the midst of a firefight."

As your squad leader I order you to go and read our entire Binary Domain preview from Gamescom 2011.

Binary Domain's Consequence System: How Will You Get Your Squad To Trust You?
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