Summary: When it comes to western styled third person shooter, the Japanese tend to be a little bit hit and miss. On the one hand you’ve got the likes of our 2010 game of the year Vanquish from the ever reliable Platinum Games , and on the other you’ve got the likes of NeverDead which, although not complete garbage, tended to miss the mark quite a bit.
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Pros: + Engaging single player campaign that features some gripping moments and some high concept science fiction., +/- Multiplayer suite is complete, but lacks any kind of innovation to distinguish itself from other games within the genre.
Cons: - Oftentimes you’ll find your squad mates standing and lingering in your line of fire., +/- Multiplayer suite is complete, but lacks any kind of innovation to distinguish itself from other games within the genre.
Conclusion: If you turn off the voice recognition and ignore some of the cheesy script, BD works very well at getting the adrenalin pumping with some spectacular fire fights. However it fails to deliver too many times to make it any more than a one play-through game. In the end it all just feels a little hollow.
Pros: Great enemy destruction and massive robot boss fights.
Cons: The first few hours are slow and the voice recognition feels like a gimmick. Map design is bland in places. Some characters are badly written and acted.
Summary: Comme un complexe des développeurs japonais face aux superproductions occidentales, Binary Domain , est un cocktail étrangement dosé d'ambitions débordantes et d'inspirations faciles. Le titre de Sega se rêve en Gears of War ou en Ghost in the Shell , mais il n'égale malheureusement aucun de ses illustres modèles.
Pros: Bonne prise en main, Scénario pas trop manichéen, Les doublages français cocasses, Les insultes aux PNJ dans le casque, Durée de vie correcte
Cons: Réalisation dépassée, Beaucoup de mécaniques désuètes, Le système de confiance peu exploité