Binary Domain is an original squad-based shooter by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the creator behind some of SEGA's most well-known video game franchises, including the critically acclaimed Yakuza series. Binary Domain puts players in the middle of a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-invaded 2080 Tokyo. Fighting through the derelict lower levels of the city, players control an international peace-keeping squad that soon starts to question their surroundings and the choices they make. Are the robots becoming more human, or are humans becoming more like machines?
Binary Domain's central theme of life is key to the way the innovative AI system is being developed. The highly advanced AI will make the battlefield a more compelling experience than ever before and players will have to plan their moves strategically and carefully in order to progress through the hostile environments of the game.
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Binary Domain is a great third person game with excellent graphics and very good game play.
I saw this game at thehut.com after I tried the demo a few months ago. The demo for Binary Domain wasn't very promising, although I ordered the game. The intro of the game and the first hour sucked me right in, and I played the whole game through in about 8 hours. It was a lot of fun. I really like the story and characters and shooting the robots to pieces is also really cool. I recommend this game to anyone who likes shooters in common!
when you buy this game, you can expect a very decent and solid 3rd person shooter, with a enjoyable story and characters. You have elements taken from other games, like the gears of war cover mechanics, which works well in the game, or the Mass effect interaction with team members, which affect their disposition towards you. Sadly, you can only select a text answer, you never hear your character saying the answer, which takes away some of the immersion in the dialogue. Supposedly, you can say command inputs with your headset, but from my experience, the voice recognition barely works. The enemies and shootouts get repetitive after a while, but the game always tries to create different action sequences to keep things balances, and it works. While it's not the most original game, and it shows things you've seen before in other games, it certainly isn't bad, and you can expect to have a fun and entertaining ride. Tried playing online (in September 2012) and never found any matches, so the online is pretty much dead right now. Pros: -solid game mechanics -decent storyline and characters -always manages to be fun Cons: -no one plays it online anymore -nothing new to the genre
Binary domain is a great game with an excellent story and not so easy achievements. Its underrated by the most magazine reviews. Except of the multi-player I recommend the game everyone. The multi-player is rare to complete because the lack of online players and complicated achievements.
Binary Domain is a great game!
Terminator parallels aside, this is a superb game. Robots disguised as humans are considered a definite no no in the year 2080, and when one pops up in Detroit seemingly unaware it's actually a robot, it's your job to find out the who, the where and the why... using a small team and some very large guns. Forget about the Terminator and ignore the hysterical global warming message underpinning the plot, and you've got a brilliant, great looking, action packed 3rd person shooter on your hands. LOTS of fun!
Binary Domain was a very enjoyable game; blasting futuristic terminator style bots makes a nice change and some very nice touches in this game - good work!
For a low price Binary Domain is, I cant really grumble for a new game but, blasting armor plated robots in this game does get a bit tiresome pretty quickly. They should have maybe put more effort into putting more into an early back story to give the player a sense of why you are there, what the robots are up to and just how much of a threat they are not just stick you on a broken road blasting a mindless Droid Army. Would have enjoyed a more sinister enemy. But it looked good wasn't easy or quick to complete and i quite liked the microphone integration and interaction with team members was different and kept me playing to the end along with a bit of weapon customization.
This game is Gears of war meets iRobot! Good graphics, sweet gameplay, and an awesome storyline, with good characterisation and the chance to manage the interpersonal relationships with your team mates. Buy this!
Well this game is fun, terminator style story,cover system like geras and mass effect ,its got squad voice control all in all its worth getting.