Summary: Binary Domain turns out to be a good game, I had forgot that I had bought this game a long time ago and traded it in because to reply back to a teammate you had to choose a word and press x or use your voice, I didn't care for that so I traded it in. I have so many PS3 games that I have kept or traded in, so I wound up buying this game again, this time I gave it a chance. I stayed with the game and the more I played it, I found myself liking it.
Summary: The game is pretty simple with just enough variety to keep you involved, the only issue I had was with the AI as all the supporting characters only said about three different phrases once you got into a firefight which got annoying real quick but overall it was fun.
Summary: This turned out to be a very addictive game because it combined the elements of a shooter with a story that created not only emotional ties but engages a person's "morality engine". The moral questions that go with the story really keep you wanting to push to the end and figure out what is right and question where the lines begin to blur. It was a wonderful game and the single player campaign was fantastic.
I BROUGHT TWO COPIES OF THE BINARY DOMAIN VIDEO GAME AFTER GETTING IT FREE ON PS PLUS!
THE AUTISTIC WEREWOLF "Wolf", Amazon
22 March 2014
Summary: Yes you heard me right. I got Binary Domain free by being a member of Playstation Plus. The game is only $12.95 as of this writing so it's dirt cheap to own. I would never have paid $59.00 for this game new. The game play is fun but the controls are buggy. If you do not stand in the exact right at an objective place needed options will not appear and you get killed. I do not mean within a zone of reason.
Summary: Binary Domain is a sci-fi shooter where you play as a team sent into Japan to stop a maniac making robots who look like humans and think they're human! This is one of those games that makes a lackluster first impression. The artwork of the packaging is generic, and one of the main selling points of the game is the ability to give voice commands to your team, and kind of works but it feels like your trying to navigate through a phone tree in order to finally speak to a...
Summary: Binary Domain is a very fun third-person shooter. You'll be going through areas in Japan in the near future. The setting is a nice change from the ordinary Middle East environments that are common in these kinds of shooters. Everything has a futuristic touch, with robots being a normal sight on the streets.