Summary: Its great when a game is exactly what it claims to be. Nothing more, nothing less. Binary Domain doesnt break any new ground. Nor does it need to; it does just about everything [that its supposed to do] correctly.
Summary: I'm a fan of FPS games, but this one is entirely unsatisfactory. I have had to quit the game before finish, there is no way I can beat the Gorilla Boss. This game does not allow you to save your progress, instead it creates save points.
Summary: The game is worth it on sale, if you ever pay over half of what it released for you should feel cheated. The acting is terrible, the voice system is nothing but frustrating. The story is well worth it on sale and the shooting in the game is great.
Summary: Like the game. Very fun. but got extra copies for friends and family and my sons computer couldn't run this. Kept getting errors and wouldn't even get to the loading screen. We tried everything recommended on line with no success. Please note that it worked on other 3 computers just fine.
Summary: This game ended up being worth more than what I paid for. The 10 hour campaign was full of awesome set pieces, beautiful graphics, likable anime-esque characters, and tense action. I definitely recommend this to everyone. Only problem I had were the controls initially but luckily it was an easy fix.
Summary: Looks nice but the reports of "co-op" are great exaggerated. Only has a survival mode you can play with a friend, I got it in the hopes of campaign co-op, I guess I should have done more research first. Still entertaining but nothing fantastic.
Summary: Binary Domain takes place a near future where robotics technology has advanced to the point that robots can be made that are indistinguishable from humans by the naked eye. Not only that but the robots can be given memories causing them to believe that they are actually human.