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Binary Domain- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the controls and gameplay. The single player gameplay and story also get good feedback. Reviews are divided on the action, while some have doubts about the multi player mode.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Binary Domain- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Binary Domain (Xbox 360)

 

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 Review

 

Mass Effect lite.

Good shooting; fair rpg elements; some fun set pieces

Repetitive; silly end game; voice commands are goofy and don't work

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Binary Domain Review

 

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

 

Ghost in the Shell, Terminator, I, Robot (the novel, not the movie), Blade Runner, Battlestar Galactica... All seminal sci-fi classics and all clear influences upon SEGA and Yakuza Studio's latest entry into the third-person shooter genre that more...

Binary Domain is a fantastic third-person shooter that'll be criminally overlooked, when it deserves to hold its head high among some of the best in the genre. The game's trust system, arsenal of weaponry and narrative are all excellent, and we hope...

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Binary Domain Review

 

When Binary Domain was announced last year I had low expectations. The trailer Sega put out made the game look like Japan's take on Gears of War, the country's last effort in the genre still fresh in my mind. However there was still hope for the game...

During interludes your teammates will also have conversations with you, and depending on your response your relationship with them will increase or decrease. What’s important about the relationship levels is that they actually have an impact on the...

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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 Xbox 360. With a full English copy of SEGA's Binary Domain now in our hands, it's been an interesting ride through the game's wild and fantastical science fiction themed story. Binary Domain is set in a Neo Tokyo of the fut...

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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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