A Sleeper that Should Have Received Better Reviews
mgk "mgk", Amazon
1 March 2014
Summary: OK so it is not Battlefield 4 or even a Battlefield 3 as far as that goes. I remember the good ole days of going down to the arcade center in our town and playing those SEGA games that I never had enough money to complete. Well times have changed.
Summary: I bought this game a bout a month ago and finally began playing yesterday. Once I began playing the game I simply could not stop playing it. It has been a long time since a game has made me play it all day with no rest.
Summary: I have a massive collection of games, (a couple hundred), and this game is one of my favorites! Graphics: 8/10 This game is almost two years old as I write this, (12/19/13), but the graphics are still quite nice.
Summary: I recently got sick of Halo 4 and Minecraft and needed a break from both. I was browsing and came across this game and read some of the positive reviews and I have to fully agree with all of them. I am generally a first person shooter fan, but this game was incredibly fun to play.
Summary: Wow, where to begin? Great gameplay, storyline, characters.. just about everything in this game is amazing. Sure there are a few hiccups with the AI but everything else makes up for it. Its more like an experience than simply a game. The enemy designs are awesome, especially the bosses.
Summary: The core gameplay element, combat, was tight but nothing I hadn't seen before. but u can't fault a developer for sticking with a formula that works. The cover element is basically what you've seen before with Gears of War, & the weapon selection is limited, but good enough to where I didn't see it...
Summary: I recently bought Binary Domain for the 360, and to be honest, I really haven't kept up with Sega in the 7th gen nor have I heard anything about this game. I accidentally stumbled upon this game whilst looking up gaming videos on YT.
Summary: Sega has a problem. The Saturn was great, the Dreamcast was incredible, their games are amazing, and yet nearly all of their endeavors under perform, commercially. In an age where Gears of War is a house hold name, Binary Domain should have been a revelation.