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Thursday, 12 January 2012 06:15

Sega’s Binary Domain pushed

Written by David Stellmack

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An additional two-week wait

Sega has confirmed that their upcoming release called Binary Domain will be pushed back an additional two weeks. The news release date will now be February 28th instead of February 14th.

The news comes as Sega releases a new trailer for the game called “Bigger Thank You Think,” which shows off the storyline of this upcoming shooter. Sega gave no reason for the delay, but February 14th was becoming a bit crowded with some of the other releases, so perhaps this for the best.


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