Posted on September 18, 2012 AT 11:14am
*Another oldie buck review from my former page archived here for my new followers. I really loved Binary Domain and till this day a lot of people have slept on it. Find out why you shouldn’t. Enjoy!
Some of you know, I recently had a chance to play Binary Domain on the PS3. PS3 was my choice due to my experience on the demos as well as playing a 3rd person shooter on PS3. I love doing so.
Binary Domain is a game that take place in the future. Where robots are a big piece of everyday living just like you seen in the movie IRobot. This time things are more action packed and more mature. This tail involves political & sex scandals. Yes! Indeed! Without giving anything to much away the squad will learn about a breed a robots that don’t even realize they are human living among humans. The inventor of these robots had genetics and engineering so advanced that bots could give birth to actual human beings. This thing isn’t sanctioned by the government and its up to Rust Crew to make sure they stop this and locate the man behind the trouble.
Features in this game are very great with minor problems in one. That would be the voice commands which you speak to your squads with you mic , telling them to cover you, charge, help, and more. Even conversations. The thing here is that sometimes you have to repeat things. You can tinker with the setting to improve this but I still had occasional problems.
Another great feature is the ability to pick your squad mates and level their skills up. This allows RPG elements and makes every playthrough different. Your squad choices will change the dialog and what happens in the story and that alone is amazing.
This game made by a group that also worked on the Yakuza series , simple delivers a great story, great characters, some multiplayer and single player replay. Which makes up a buy to me. So heres the breakdown.
Is It Fun? Yes
Good Gameplay? Yes
Does It Have Good Graphics? Yes
Good Online ? Okay
With that being said “PLAY IT!”
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