DJP's Dan writes:
"It’s the year 2080 and robots are commonplace in the world. The only real law governing robot creation is that they aren’t too intelligent, so no robots taking over the world and all that, it’d be bad for business, you know? Imagine then that it turns out that a Japanese manufacturer of robots is secretly making androids so intelligent, that no one can tell them apart from real fleshy humans, not even the robots themselves. Thus is the premise of Binary Domain, a third-person shooter set in the not too distant future."