Conclusion: Summary: Good + Great graphics and sound. + A mixture of gears of war and vanquish (Gears of Vanquish). + Zombie robots. Bad - Some stale voice acting. - Not the most original. - So underrated. Overall I think this is a great game that should of been noticed from the start. I give this game an 8/10.
Summary: " Binary Domain " deserves to be a success. It’s a solid game, that despite an occasional Japanese quirk, and some dull multiplayer, adds a lot to the genre. The voice commands, whilst occasionally shaky, and lacking Kinect support are at least an interesting proposition, whilst the story and...
Summary: What if you lived in a world where robots were as prevalent as humans? You'd see them every day--in the street, at your workplace, in the coffee shop--made to mimic the human figure but easily identifiable as machines.
Pros: Robot enemies break apart in diverse and gratifying ways, Characters and dialogue are appealing, Thoughtful environmental detail, Amusing command/dialogue mechanic
Conclusion: Binary Domain is a fantastic third-person shooter that'll be criminally overlooked, when it deserves to hold its head high among some of the best in the genre. The game's trust system, arsenal of weaponry and narrative are all excellent, and we hope that the game's conclusion, which has oodles of...
Summary: De core-gameplay van Binary Domain is, afgezien van een niet vloeiende mêlee-aanval, solide. De gevechten met de grote, scherm vullende robots hadden naar onze mening wel een stuk beter gekund. De manier waarop je de kleinere robots aan hun einde kunt brengen is daarentegen erg tof.
Pros: Robots zijn volledig te slopen, Lekker Japans sfeertje, Vertrouwde besturing, Fris thema
Cons: Mêlee-aanval ziet er niet uit, Gevechten met grote robots zijn slecht uitgevoerd, Dertien-in-een-dozijn multiplayer, Vertrouwen van teamgenoten mist diepgang