Binary Domain - [PC] [STEAM] CD-Key + DLC (Multiplayer Pack)
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Binary Domain puts players in the middle of a fast paced and intense battle for humanity in a robot-invaded 2080 Tokyo. Fighting through the derelict lower levels of the city, players control an international peace-keeping squad that soon starts to question their surroundings and the choices they make. Are the robots becoming more human, or are humans becoming more like machines?
Binary Domain’s central theme of life is key to the way the innovative AI system is being developed. The highly advanced AI will make the battlefield a more compelling experience than ever before and players will have to plan their moves strategically and carefully in order to progress through the hostile environments of the game.
A new take on futuristic tokyo - Experience dual layered Tokyo with a run down and derelict lower city and a clean and affluent upper city.
The consequence system - Under the pressures of battle every action, every choice and every word affects everything.
Procedural damage - Fully destructible and highly resilient robots adapt to the damage they sustain encouraging you to analyse each enemy, find their weaknesses and dispose of them in the most efficient way.
Weapon modification and skill selection - Alongside a full armoury of unique weapons, put emphasis on the skills that will benefit you.
great story Review by JOE
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good game sega really outdid themselves i really like it plus it was priced just right.and it has a long campaign. (Posted on 8/7/12)
XhRnyivdmHaODzzbU Review by Eduardo
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Just because they have cover and sonitohg mechanics doesn't mean the game is anything like it. If you actually played Gears of War you would know that these games dont compare. im not puttin neither game down both of them are dope just totally different. (Posted on 6/29/12)
Binary Domain - Incredible Game Review by Erik Visser
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Good storytelling, which is both interesting and fun to follow.
Very detailed graphics. The opening level with the rain made me an instant fan of this game's look.
Smooth gameplay that impresses on every level.
Lots of exciting set pieces.
Lengthy single player campaign that'll take you anywhere from 10-12 hours to complete.
Polished menus and user interface.
Binary Domain is a fantastic game that shouldn't be missed. (Posted on 6/26/12)
pretty good Review by peter
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I bought it last week and the key works well.
The coustomer serivce send me the key in few minutes after i paid the order.I have never meet such good serivce.And i search the so many website about the key ,the price on this website is pretty resonable.I like this website.
Do not miss it ! (Posted on 6/21/12)
wonderful Review by kevin
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I didn't know much about this game until about a week prior to its release. Given my location (Afghanistan), it wasn't readily available once it came out, so the decision to pick it up took some time. I had read a few previews in some magazines and some online chatter as well, but nothing screamed "must buy"...it was merely interesting, if nothing else.
I mulled over the purchase in Thailand and actually left the store without it, but upon my return to Afghanistan it was at the PX so I finally scooped it up with the expectation that it would be a fun, if uninspired shooter. I was right about the fun part...but this one was definitely inspired.
The core gameplay element, combat, was tight but nothing I hadn't seen before...but you can't fault a developer for sticking with a formula that works. The cover element is basically what you've seen before with Gears of War, and the weapon selection is limited, but good enough to where I didn't see it as a negative here.
I loved how you accumulated credits through combat to use toward purchasing items and upgrades. This kept the combat interesting even when it started to get slightly repetitive, as it always made killing the robots worthwhile. Also, because you could get more credits for blowing off limbs before finishing the robots off, later in the game I became somewhat surgical in my approach, taking off arms and legs until I had a combat area full of crawling robots to then melee to death with my shotgun. Very cool.
The upgrade system was another plus here, setting the game apart from the standard shooter-fare. Any game that allows you to upgrade or customize will always be a more satisfying experience than its equivalent that does not offer that option, in my opinion. Also, the ability to choose your two squad-mates was nice, changing dialogue, and seemingly changing the story as well, though I cant be sure as I only beat it once thus far. I plan on a few more play-throughs to test that theory. There are also points in the game that, based on your actions at that moment, can determine much of the story, or so it would seem.
The trust element...I think its a bit blown out of proportion as unless you really go out of your way, youll gain max-trust with mot of your teamates eventually no matter what.
Graphically, its solid but not spectacular. Not a negative for me...gameplay and story trump graphics for me all day.
Speaking of the story...by far the BEST aspect of this game. I certainly did not expect to be more drawn in by the story than the gameplay here...but that was the case. Generally, you wait through cutscenes to get back to the action...for me...I looked FORWARD to the cutscenes...not for lack of action...but to see where the story was going next. SO well done, so well integrated into the game, and in no way did it slow the game down at any point.
Overall, this game is a 5 star, 10 out of 10 for me. It doesnt revolutionize the genre, but it does everything we expect from the best of the genre, and it does it well...with a better story to boot.
I recommend this to any Gears...Vanquish...or even Mass Effect fan.
(Posted on 6/21/12)