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Binary Domain- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay and graphics. The value for money and single player gameplay also get good feedback, but many are less positive about the multi player mode. Views are divided on the AI.

story, single player, value for money, graphics, gameplay

multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Binary Domain- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 23 reviews)

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Binary Domain

 

Dan Marshall is definitely not the most memorable name for a hero. Though, in Toshihiro Nagoshi’s (the man behind Yakuza) eclectic vision of near-future Tokyo, he is a fitting protagonist. In terms of premise alone, Binary Domain isn’t exactly unique:...

For shooter fans craving something with a little more substance, Binary Domain is definitely the ticket. Behind its hokey yet self-aware characters and stereotypical premise is a hugely intelligent shooter, one that packs just as much heart as it does...

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Binary Domain Playtest: Looks Can Be Deceiving

 

Why are there robot monkeys in a sewage treatment plant? What purpose do they serve there? In a lot of ways, Binary Domain reminds me of all the weird anime I watched in the 90s.

2. When you have the option to choose your team members, it’s impressive how well your choice of soldiers is integrated into the story. It never feels like you have the "wrong" characters for any particular scene.

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Binary Domain Review

 

You should be forgiven for letting Binary Domain slip under the radar. Any kind of promotion has been non-existent from Sega. As the debut title from Toshihiro Nagoshi's Yakuza Studio, the new IP deserves a little more respect. For anyone who's played...

A mixture of sharp gunplay and enemies who react to each shot make this consistently thrilling.

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Binary Domain Review

 

The intriguing world of Binary Domain rises above its conventional appearance, thanks to the satisfaction of shooting robots to pieces.

Robot enemies break apart in diverse and gratifying ways ; Characters and dialogue are appealing ; Thoughtful environmental detail ; Amusing command/dialogue mechanic

Mundane multiplayer suffers lag ; Voice commands don't always register

So Binary Domain is a bad bet for the multiplayer aficionado, but for those looking for a shooter campaign with a refreshing vibe, it's a very good choice. The variety and destructibility of the enemies, the intriguing and well-paced environments, and...

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Binary Domain PS3 Review

 

Binary Domain is a game about blowing up robots. Hundreds and hundreds of robots. If that sounds appealing to you then this offering from Sega's Yakuza Studio is unlikely to disappoint. On the surface, Binary Domain looks like a fairly generic...

Fun and fast combat ; Plenty of replay value ; Good graphics with consistent frame rate ; Did I mention it has robots

Poor implementation of voice control ; Promising story never really takes off

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Binary Domain – Review

 

Did you enjoy Yakuza? Well the team that wrote that brilliant story are back and this time it's futuristic in Binary Domain. This is a FPS with some pretty cool ideas. I know you're thinking you're bored of FPS but wait this is really a good one. It...

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Binary Domain Review

 

Ever wanted to feel like Will Smith? Here's your chance!

On the whole, Binary Domain gets a lot more right than it does wrong. A couple of issues with the control scheme and friendly AI aside, it provides a platform for a potentially fantastic sequel. In particular, the rogue robot production story arc is...

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Binary Domain Review

 

The intriguing world of Binary Domain rises above its conventional appearance, thanks to the satisfaction of shooting robots to pieces.

Robot enemies break apart in diverse and gratifying ways ; Characters and dialogue are appealing ; Thoughtful environmental detail ; Amusing command/dialogue mechanic

Mundane multiplayer suffers lag ; Voice commands don't always register

So Binary Domain is a bad bet for the multiplayer aficionado, but for those looking for a shooter campaign with a refreshing vibe, it's a very good choice. The variety and destructibility of the enemies, the intriguing and well-paced environments, and...

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Binary Domain review: A brave attempt to innovate in a tired genre

 

We're lying on the floor, dying. Luckily, our AI partner, Big Bo, is nearby.

The consequence system ; A compelling story ; Enormous, screen-filling bosses

Incredibly dumb squad AI ; Unremarkable combat

A brave attempt to innovate in a tired genre, but one let down by dubious AI and a distinct lack of polish

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