Binary Domain is an original squad-based shooter by Toshihiro Nagoshi, the creator behind some of SEGA's most well-known video game franchises, including the critically acclaimed Yakuza series. Binary Domain puts players in the middle of a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-invaded 2080 Tokyo. Fighting through the derelict lower levels of the city, players control an international peace-keeping squad that soon starts to question their surroundings and the choices they make. Are the robots becoming more human, or are humans becoming more like machines?
Binary Domain's central theme of life is key to the way the innovative AI system is being developed. The highly advanced AI will make the battlefield a more compelling experience than ever before and players will have to plan their moves strategically and carefully in order to progress through the hostile environments of the game.
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While not original, Binary Domain is a breath of fresh air compared to most new shooters. It has 10+ hours of campaign and a mediocre yet playable multi-player. You can use voice commands to talk to your squad in the campaign, which is great. It has some RPG elements when it comes to your team's abilities and morale as well. Brilliant!
Trailer looked very nice and the story keeps up to its promise... We're having a mix between I, Robot and Terminator here and this makes a lot of fun. Gameplay wise I had a huge smile on my face since you will destroy step by step more of the Robots until they are gone for good. Just to imagine if that would have been also bloody ... (better not!) So, you could say this is a really satisfying experience and on top you'll get some really good boss fights. Sad to see this gem be so easy overlooked. Give yourself some treat and grab this bargain!
I'd never heard much about Binary Domain but I've always been interested in what it could be like and saw that it was a low price which is an amazing deal. This is a brilliant game that's probably worth more than what I paid but it's a bit on the short side. I thoroughly enjoyed this game!
Binary Domain looks like so many other shooters out there, and doesn't bring in many new ideas. But what it lacks in innovation it makes up for in brilliant execution. The game is simply excellent, looks great, plays great and sounds great. This is highly recommended for any sci-fi or shooter fans.
I enjoyed Binary Domain far more than I expected. Binary domain doesn't really break any new ground, but it's a sold third person shooter in the vein of Gears of War. The setting is interesting while not taking itself too seriously and the story is solid. The characters are an entertaining bunch all whilst being a little tongue in cheek. There is a trust mechanic to the game that I feel isn't fully developed but has promising moments. So I was pleasantly surprised by Binary Domain. It's a solid game and an absolute steal at the price I paid for it. I would recommend this.
I liked Binary Domain a lot. It follows the tradition of the Gears of War kind of game play, which is cover shooting. It's quite fun and while the enemies are robots, the detail of destruction of these is really well done. They'll keep coming with whatever limbs they have left in the Terminator fashion.
Very good price for a good game, lots of fun with single player, maybe not so long.
Binary Domain, Low price for a great game, controls a platoon against an army of robots, almost like matrix!
This is really an underrated gem amongst the 3rd person shooters. What appears to be a Gears clone at the first glimpse evolves into a wonderful Sci-Fi action game with interesting, likeable characters and a thought provoking storyline. This is a must buy for every gamer who likes a good story. Graphics and sound are great as well. Buy it!
excellent fast service highly recommend all the time graet game
A very good single player around 7hrs long, shame no one is online much
Bought as a gift, but my son would appear to enjoy playing it.
It starts off like a typical "bro" shooter. But once the cast is fully assembled the game really kicks into gear. All the characters are unique and have their part to play in the story. Though the plot borrows heavily from the likes of Blade Runner a few twists along the way keep it from being too predictable. The shooting itself is familiar if you have played the likes of Vanquish and Gears of War. Which is to say it is enjoyable but sets itself apart by adding strategic damage to body parts and also a weapon upgrade system that adds even more satisfaction in later stages. I was very impressed by the lack of loading screens. Game play moves seamlessly into cut scenes and back again. Unless you see a game over screen but these small load times are compensated by a good checkpoint system. You're never left to repeat huge chunks the levels. Highly recommended.
If you like the Gears of Wars games you should definitely give the game a go. It's a very well made game and at a great prcie you really can't go wrong. It has an interesting story and great squad mechanics that will keep you entertained. It has it's own style of play and great voice acting with some great bosses you face along the way. While it's multi player won't be as strong as the Gears multi player, I think it makes up for it in the single player experience. All I can say it give it a go and you might be surprised.
This is a brilliant game, I first came across it at a game expo last year and with all the games there that day Binary Domain got my attention! Really good story with lots of action!
just bought Binary Domain... its easily played, graphics are great and overall an excellent game. 5 stars!
Right well first off the voice recognition isn't great quite a few times its heard the wrong thing to comedy effect (Like telling you team mate BIG BO that you love him) but once you get past that underneath is a very enjoyable game with believable characters and a plot line I'm only on chapter 4 so far but I really hope that SEGA make a sequel but by far the best thing is the visual combat and the pure thrill of shooting a robots legs out and watching them crawl toward you. I highly recommend this game for people who want a shooter with a little difference.
Binary Domain is a great game! It has Gears of Wars style gameplay, and is very funny and really japanese! I enojyed it! It shows Tokyo in the future, and it's really awesome!
It's an interesting take on third person shooters, with team chatter adding a lot of personality to each character. The game itself is quite entertaining, and while it might not be as polished as Gears Of War 3, I think it has quite a bit more soul. In fact, I didn't care about finishing Gears Of War 3 and I'm looking forward to complete this fine game.
This is actually an excellent game, more like terminator than anything else. A lot of run and gun and shooting robots who fall apart infront of you. If not destroyed properly the robots can be seen crawling across the floor towards you. Very enjoyable and much better than the usual rubbish that Sega have been churning out. Highly recommended !
Binary Domain has a really amazing story, about the progress of technology and the ethic problems concerning it. The gameplay is similar to GOW, with a good coverage system and a lot of mass destruction weapons. The developers put extreme care into characters' personalities and you have to take the right lines of dialogue to get the best ending possible. Multiplayer is real fun: with VS modes such as Deathmatch or Domain control if you want to play against other players, or Invasion mode (similar to Gears of War's Horde) in which you have to cooperate with your companions to get rid of an army of killer cyborgs. For me, one of the best game I've played in this generation.
I've thoroughly enjoyed playing Binary Domain, a futuristic Japanese shooter with I-Robot style enemies, hi-tech boss battles, Interesting characters and good voice characterisations that keep you involved in the story and warrant repeat play through. You have to work with your team mates and respond to their comments either through voice recognition or prompt and, through you game play actions, gain their trust so they work with you to defect the enemies. It adopts a Gears style cover and shoot system for the most part even down to a Horde style coop mode called Invasion where you fight off increasingly difficult waves of enemies. Only disappointment is slightly generic multi player mode let down by the need to have 6 players to start a match and what appears to be a lack of people playing the game which is a shame. Certainly worth getting if you can pick it up.
Let me start off by saying I wasn't expecting too much from this game. The story is a mix of Special Ops and I-Robot with a good measure of the Terminator thrown in. The robots are the enemy and they exist to be ripped to shreds by your bullets. The campaign is long and engaging. A Rare Gem!
I bought this game having not played the demo. I watched some of the trailers and gameplay videos and thought that it just looked really good. I wasn't disappointed. Without a doubt, for me, it's a great game. Being a fan of giant Japanese robots, Gears of War etc, it seemed right up my street. The graphics are great, the story is great, the voice recognition system is an added bonus and works well most of the time. I play games for a decent cinematic experience that I can immerse myself into and never really go looking for multiplayer in games. This game has multiplayer but I'm just not really that bothered. It has some great set pieces that really add to the pace and it's loads of fun to blow robots apart by targeting specific body parts and seeing what happens. I'm not going to say anything bad about it because it's a quality game. It got hardly any publicity in the UK but it really appealed to me and if it looks like your thing, just buy it because it's totally worth it in my opinion.
On the outside it looks like an average 3rd person shooter with cheesy characters and dialogue. For the most part it is, however, the shooting is rock solid with satisfying enemies to discombobulate. Much better than the sum of its parts and certainly worth a go for the price.
I played Binary Domain at Eurogamer last year and was surprised how good this game actually was. I wasn't expecting much from it, but it's a solid all round good third person shooter. In the end it was one of my favourite games at the show and that is saying something from what games were on show that day.