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Binary Domain (PS3)

Binary Domain (PS3)
alaScore 87

34 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 34 reviews of Binary Domain (PS3). The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People are impressed by the controls and graphics. There are some negative views about the multi player mode, and the action and story get mixed comments.

single player, graphics, controls

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 34 reviews)

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Binary Domain (PlayStation 3)

 

What if you lived in a world where robots were as prevalent as humans? You'd see them every day--in the street, at your workplace, in the coffee shop--made to mimic the human figure but easily identifiable as machines. But what if the gap narrowed to...

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Binary Domain

 

Though it's not the prettiest girl at the dance, Binary Domain does come packed with visuals, which impress -- even if they don't amaze. The cut scenes are well directed, but the occasional terrible line of dialogue pops up every now and then.

That said, I'm hoping that a trainer for the PC release will have an option to max out squadmate trust levels - it's hard to get the best ending.

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Binary Domain

 

Ever since Resident Evil made it permissible, if not outright fashionable, to get a critical pass for a weak narrative as long as gameplay was

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Japan's filled with robots? In the future? Wow, didn't see that one coming...

Play online is silky smooth; Controls are intuitive; Some nice environments

Characters are simple stereotypes; Cliché dialogue, even for action movies

The online is like every other shooter, and that's the problem. Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, a horde mode, and few other standards—not very imaginative, are you? It's smooth playing online, so it's done well enough. There, another good thing about a...

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Binary Domain

 

See robot? Kill robot.

Considering Domain is just a game, it’s surprisingly human. Congratulate old friend Big Bo on a good kill, and he’ll celebrate with you, but offer praise to gruff Brit Charlie, and he’ll accuse you of brown-nosing. These are real personalities, and...

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Binary Domain

 

Sega's solid cover-shooter remains entertaining with its robot-centric premise and interesting features.

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Binary Domain Review

 

SEGA's new squad-shooter lets you rage against the machines in a futuristic Tokyo. Is it another Gears of War clone or a cover-based classic?

Ironically, for a game about the eradication of androids posing as humans, Binary Domain is itself a form of replicant. It convincingly apes the mechanics and behaviours of the best shooters on the market, but its augmentations feel noticeably forced...

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Binary Domain

 

Grab your headset, your gun, and get ready to give the scrap heads a serious re-booting.

While there was nothing exceptional or innovative about Binary Domain online, what worked was fine - which sums up the entire game. With the fairly significant exception of the voice recognition, what you have is a pretty good shooter. But, aside from...

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Binary Domain Review

 

It’s rare that a title sneaks right up on you and offers intense visceral gunplay, an intriguing consequence system and poses philosophical questions that leave you pondering the possibilities once you put down the controller. Binary Domain manages...

Cool concept; Philosophical implications; Cain – ze French gunslinger; Visceral action; Voice interaction

Teammates wandering into friendly fire; Lack of choice at the conclusion; Slow-time events; No co-op

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Binary Domain

 

Is this a case of robot love, or is Sega's shooter best left on the scrapheap?

The campaign sustains a thrillingly fast pace ; Crunchy combat with entertaining electronic enemies

Multiplayer and trust systems aren't all they could be ; A few frame-rate drops on the bigger boss fights

Even so, these clashes between East and West cause more than enough sparks to make Binary Domain one of the most interesting culture shocks in a long time. It's redolent of the late Dreamcast/early PS2 era, when games were edgier and more interesting,...

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