Summary: I started playing Binary Domain by accident. I was playing Killzone 2 and getting frustrated at one stage. That's the fault of the first person shooter experience: while you have no problem figuring out where you are, it's sometimes difficult to map where your enemies are relative to you because...
Summary: A surprising gem that I probably would not have picked up on if not for PS Plus. A great story, awesome characters, and satisfying action make this a 3rd person shooter that I recommend you don't pass by.
Summary: Its easy to write this game off without playing it since it is a Japanese-developed Western-style game, and to be honest, those games are generally very bad. I'm guilty of initially writing this game off too, and if it hadn't been free for Playstation Plus members, I probably would never have even...
A flawed but very fun shooter with a strong narrative
Happy Tronukkah!, Amazon
4 January 2013
Summary: Binary Domain is one of those games that you can't help but love despite it's glaring flaws. It's obvious that the game was a labor of love by some very skilled developers, and it's ambition and scope is quite admirable.
Summary: Binary Domain takes place in the future where robots live among humans. They take over jobs from people like maintenance, policing, food servicing, etc. Things go wrong when a man breaks into a building.