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Binary Domain Review

Binary Domain Review
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Game Name: Binary Domain
Platforms: Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC
Publisher(s): SEGA
Developer(s): Devil's Details, Ryu ga Gotoku Studio
Genre(s): Shooter, 3rd person
Release Date: Feb. 28, 2012
ESRB Rating: M

2080 AD Tokyo, Japan. The Amada Corporation breaks the Geneva code, Clause 21, by creating humanoid robots that believe themselves to be human. These so-called “Hollow Children” have infiltrated the human population, blurring the lines between man and machine. Dan Marshall and the “Rust Crew” are tasked to find Amada at all costs. Will the team’s human bond be their greatest strength or will they fall to the machines?

 

 

You start off doing a black ops mission with a teammate. You learn the controls and start out. You learn every hit, kill, melee attack gives you credits, these credits allow you to buy upgrades, ammo, health and even bonus that give you things such as 10% more health and such. During the first mission you learn that you can plug in a Mic to give your team commands, the is brought to use by SpeechFX. If you choose not to use a mic you can give some of the commands by pressing the LB button then choose a command. It is a pretty neat feature to have and use.

 

Later in the game you pick up more team members and can choose who you want on your squad for different missions. Again very handy. You can use cover and blind fire that is a feature we love that most games are starting to implement into their games. The aiming isn’t that greatest. When you pull the left trigger to aim, it hardly zooms and still feels like you are firing from the hip. It almost seems as firing from the hip is a better way to go then aiming. The controls are responsive and easy to use, the melee is almost pointless though.

 

 

The game play is fun with a pretty interesting story, the CGI is amazing and gives a lot to the game play. Binary Domain also has online play, and different types of modes to play through the campaign. You can upgrade your character as well as any of your teammates. Remember headshots cause enemies to get confused and attack each other, this is useful when fighting multiple enemies and give you like an extra teammate. The game has revives if you go down, ether you can call a teammate over or you can revive yourself if you have a medipack. These can all by bought in the stores throughout all the levels.

 

 

Something the game lacks would have to be local (on the couch) co-op play. The game always has you with at least one squad mate so why not have split screen to play with a friend? Just something that could have really helped the replay value of this game. It does feature co-op but only online, so local would have been great. The fun of the game is really in the online modes and teaming up with friends and playing the multiplayer. The campaign alone is fun but also drags a little.

 

Game 2 Gamer’s Final Score   3 / 5

 

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