Summary: I really enjoyed the story. While the genre of man against machine is nothing new, the game came up with unsettling ways to bring a breath of fresh air into the mix. Combat mechanics are also nothing new, just a tried and true method but still fun.
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.
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.
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.
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: 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.
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.