Im Tokio der Zukunft übernehmen Sie die Kontrolle über eine Gruppe von Robotern, bevor diese die Kontrolle übernehmen!
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Veröffentlichung: 27. Apr. 2012

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Über dieses Spiel

DAS MASCHINENZEITALTER HAT BEGONNEN! In diesem eindringlichen und atmosphärischen Team-basierten Shooter gewinnen Sie die Kontrolle über ein futuristisches Tokio zurück, das von Robotern bedroht wird.

Die Story beginnt 2080, als Dan Marshall und sein Team geschickt werden, um die Roboter unter Kontrolle zu bekommen, die damit beginnen die Gesellschaft zu infiltrieren und langsam die Kontrolle übernehmen, wobei die Menschen als überflüssiges Gefolge zurückbleiben.

Aufregende Begegnungen mit hoch intelligenten Roboterfeinden fordern Sie auf taktisch und anspruchsvoll zu denken, moralische Entscheidungen in Echtzeit zu treffen sowie Vertrauen zu ihren Teamkollegen aufzubauen, um Ihrer Mannschaft Sicherheit und Erfolg zu bringen.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • EIN NEUES FUTURISTISCHES TOKIO - Entdecken Sie ein zweischichtiges Tokio mit einer heruntergekommenen und verfallenden Unterstadt und einer sauberen Oberstadt, wo die Menschen im Überfluss leben.
  • DAS KONSEQUENZEN-SYSTEM - Im Getümmel der Schlacht, beeinflusst jede Handlung, jede Entscheidung und jedes Wort alles.
  • VARIABLES KOLLISIONSMODELL - Vollkommen zerstörbare und stark in Mitleidenschaft gezogene Roboter reagieren auf den Schaden, der ihnen zugeführt wird und veranlassen Sie somit jeden Feind zu analysieren, seine Schwächen zu finden und ihn effizient auszuschalten.
  • WAFFENMODIFIZIERUNG UND FÄHIGKEITEN-AUSWAHL - Neben einem vollen Arsenal einzigartiger Waffen konzentrieren Sie sich auf Fähigkeiten, die nützlich für Sie sind.

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem: Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP
    • Prozessor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66 GHz oder AMD äquivalent
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM (XP)/3 GB RAM (Windows 7 / Vista)
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce GT220 (512 MB) / ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT (512 MB)
    • Festplatte: 8 GB frei
    Empfohlen:
    • Betriebssystem: Microsoft Windows 7
    • Prozessor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.66 GHz oder AMD äquivalent
    • Speicher: 3 GB RAM
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (1 GB) / ATI Radeon HD 5750 (1 GB)
    • Festplatte: 8 GB frei
Hilfreiche Kundenreviews
8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. September 2015
Ich habe Binary Domain bei einem meiner Freunde auf der Spieleliste entdeckt. Nachdem ich mich im Internet kurz über das Spiel informiert habe, habe ich mich dazu entschlossen, mir das Spiel zu holen.

Anfangs musste ich mich jedoch alle 2-3 Minuten aufregen. Das Spiel ist permanent mit einem Crash abgestürzt und ich war wieder auf dem Desktop.

Dies Problem kommt wohl vor allem bei integrierten Grafikkarten vor. Dadurch wurde der ganze Spielfluss erheblich gestört und ich war kurz davor das Spiel zur Seite zu legen.

Vom Schwierigkeitsgrad ist dieses Spiel auch gut für Anfänger geeignet, mit entsprechender Einstellung zu Beginn, auch für Profis.

Nach längerer Recherche, konnte ich dies aber letztendlich lösen und mich richtig in das Getümmel stürzen.


Jetzt wo das Spiel ohne Abstürze funktioniert, muss ich sagen das es viel Spaß mach und die Story wirklich gelungen ist. Vor allem die Sprüche sind einfach nur genial und haben mich schon oft zum Lachen gebracht.

Dass die Teammitglieder mittels Mikrofon gesteuert werden können (Einzelspieler Kampagne), Einzelspieler Kampagne), ist außergewöhnlich und kannte ich bis jetzt noch von keinem Spiel.

Klar, grafisch kann es nicht mit GTA oder Dragon Age: Inquisition mithalten, dennoch macht es richtig viel Spaß.

Man muss allerdings auch erwähnen, dass die Levels sehr schlauchig sind und man nicht viele Freiheiten hat.

Ich werde das Spiel auf jeden Fall erst mal zu Ende spielen und wer weis, vielleicht findet sich och jemand, mit dem ich im Koop spielen kann.
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0.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Januar
Das Spiel stürtzt bei der ersten Cutszene ab!
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93 von 93 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
12.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Januar
AT A GLANCE
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Binary Domain
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Genre Tags: Third-Person Shooter; Tactical; Story Rich; Sci-Fi
  • My Overall Grade: A-
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 6-14 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: Auxiliary
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Those intrigued by the genre; Strong narrative advocates; Game atmosphere connoisseurs

REVIEW
Binary Domain is a third-person shooter with squad-based tactics, a cover system, and an intriguing storyline. It spent a couple of years sitting in my backlog, consistently ignored. My eyes scanned right past it a hundred times as I looked for new games to play, and every time I ultimately selecting something that was a little more recognizable. Then one day, finally, I noticed it and gave it a try. And I am ecstatic that I did. I had a blast playing through the campaign. Binary Domain may not be a GOTY-worthy masterpiece, but it certainly deserves more recognition than it receives. Any advocate of the genre and/or fan of good sci-fi would be wise to give this game some consideration.

There are a number of well-executed features in Binary Domain, but I would argue the most prominent is the excellent sci-fi narrative. The setting offers an interesting conceptualization of a possible future for Earth that touches on the classic themes of AI progression, eugenics, and the distribution of wealth. The actual storyline follows a squad of stereotypical shooter-game heroes as they kick ♥♥♥ and take names all the way to victory. A lot of it is cliché at the core, but it is executed well. Fun cutscenes and excellent pacing to the narrative bring it all together to really keep your interest as you play through the campaign.

But if all you wanted was a good story you could just watch a movie, so why bother with Binary Domain? Well, there are also several appealing aspects intrinsic to the gameplay. One cool feature is the voice-recognition system that allows you to use your headset to respond to your teammates’ inquiries. It is gimmicky, and totally optional, but I thought it added some welcome flavor to the game. There is also a companion trust system which will reward you for performing well in firefights. Even headshots have a little twist in this game, as they will confuse your robot enemies into attacking their own kin. Additionally, boss fights, monotony-breaking vehicle segments, and evolving enemy weaponry keep the gameplay fresh and fun throughout the campaign. It is an enjoyable gameplay experience overall.

Of course, there are some flaws. The concept of using one button for: jump, take cover, break cover, switch cover, and sprint has been causing annoying moments since it was introduced… and it will likely cause a few during a playthrough of Binary Domain. Also if you are interested in maximizing trust with your companions, you’ll probably incur a few head-shaking-moments when they run into your line of fire and promptly lower their trust in you. But these, and other, slight annoyances are just that: slight. They won’t sour the overall experience in any substantial way, but they will pop up from time to time.

Binary Domain also has a few auxiliary multiplayer modes. Although, the Versus Mode can safely be considered defunct. Six players are needed to even start a match, so unless you have the patience to orchestrate a meet-up, you won’t be playing it. There is also Invasion Mode which is a co-op horde mode. You can actually play it solo, but you most likely won’t get far. With a friend or two: it can be fun, but nothing too outstanding. The campaign is definitely where Binary Domain shines brightest, so you can just as well ignore the multiplayer modes entirely if you don’t mind leaving behind a few achievements.

So if you enjoy the genre, good single-player campaigns, and strong narratives then you will probably enjoy Binary Domain. It is a good game; perhaps not top-shelf premium, but good.

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72 von 77 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
10.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. August 2015
My Binary Domain Impressions

Story:
In the future mankind couldn't stop global warming which lead to catastrophic rises in sea levels. Huge landmasses have been flooded and many died. Gigantic walls were built to fend off the oceans. Only robots could achieve this colossal task. Having proven themselves robots are now present everywhere in society. This led two corporations to huge success, the American Bergen and Japanese Amada.
As a result politicians have put restrictive laws into R&D of life-like robots indistinguishable from humans, "Hollow Children". You play as a member of a RUST crew whose job it is to go after violations against these laws.
When a Hollow Child not even knowing it is non-human is found, you and a multinational team are sent covertly to Japan to find evidence against the Amada corporation.

Gameplay:
Binary Domain is a fairly standard third-person-shooter with many inventive systems. Each of your crew members has a "trust meter". This will either fill or decrease upon your choices during dialogue and whether you protect them during combat. Another neat idea is the implementation of voice-enabled commands. I didn't use a mic so I had to use pre-config commands via button press. These can go from combat orders like "Give me cover fire" up to opinions on your crews mood and comments on events unfolding in the story.

As a TPS shooting is the main focus. And boy does it shine. Movement is adequately quick with dedicated "dodge" moves. Weapon variety is standard with a nice selection of grenades. Experience points are used to upgrade your weapon and character stats. Don't expect anything too deep though. It is held enjoyably simple.
Your arsenal will get its fair share of use against the many robots you will be facing in the ~8 hour campaign. To my big surprise devs managed to turn a cliche enemy like robots into one of the most enjoyable adversaries in a long time. They are not stupid! They will take cover, pop out to shoot, dodge attacks and be formidable opponents. Prepare to take cover a lot as rushing into combat will get you killed fast. But keep calm as disposing robots is as fun as it can get. Bullets stagger them with very good hit animations while clusters of their outer shell is shred flying all around the screen. Good placed shoots will sever limbs, send legs and arms flying around. Don't loose your focus though as these robots will continue pursuing you even without any legs. Headshots will turn robots into shooting sprees hitting their robot brethren, so keep your aim steady! Combat is the shining beacon among all other greatness. From the clean and futuristic landscapes with huge scope to the many and frequent set pieces which never outstay their welcome. Speaking of, levels are diverse while still retaining general tone of futuristic Tokyo. Each of them ends with a boss. Varying in fun while all of them can make quick business of you. Running from cover to cover, commanding your teammates at the right moment and using appropriate weapons will make them a challenge but never unfair.

Verdict:
Not having heard much from Binary Domain previously the screenshots and game banner did paint a very mediocre image. I'm glad I still gave the game a try as it became one of my most beloved TPS of recent years. It's polished with good voice acting, making me care about my teammates. The theme of robots and trans-humanism are interesting and were nicely woven into the story. Unforeseen twists kept me at the edge of my seat and I genuinely cared about the events that unfold. A very satisfying game which I hope gets a sequel.
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5 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
11.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Oktober 2015
Pros:

+Compelling Storyline
+Every mission is different and unique
+Multiple endings
+Good graphics
+Good sound and music
+Different robots and bosses
+Cover system
+Enemy AI hits their mark
+Favoritism system based on your choices
+Upgrades for you and your squad members (guns and body enhancements)


Cons:

-Voice recognition needs work (seems like I’m yelling at my microphone at times)
-Teammates like to stand in the line of fire


I really enjoyed this game even though if there was a flaw or so. The graphics are very nice for the year it came out, the sound is crisp and clean to the weapons and the explosions they admit from. The music is done nicely and fits every zone, boss encounter, or other elements within the game. The dialogue is well done and has some cliché moments, but the acting is likable with emotions behind their voice acting (not bland or dull from what I could tell).

The upgrade system consists of weapon and body enhancements that are given to you and your teammates via purchases from ATM stores. These upgrades can give extra life, additional damage to your weapons (theirs included), extra slots for grenades/medkits and nanomachines that give additional skills that help you by giving you faster reload times, additional health, defense, etc. This is done for you and all your teammates that you gather along the way through the campaign.

The story is compelling, fun, and entertaining. It even gives some nice ‘romance’ time too. I won’t give any spoilers as the story has some plot twists and it really makes you think who the villain is majority of the game and then… PLOT TWIST! I really enjoyed the story and the dialogue between you and your teammates based on your decisions throughout the game. You also get a favoritism system with your teammates that will add additional dialogue into the game and possibly add some more plot twists at the end. I really found this system to my liking as you could change the ending based on your actions with your fellow teammates (shooting them, picking ‘bad’ dialogue options, etc. will decrease the favoritism).

I enjoy the combat system. It proved a cover system, the enemy AI that can actually hit their mark and boss fights that were different from their smaller counterparts and unique to other bosses that wanted to smash you into a pulp. Every mission was different from the last; whether it was driving on the highway and blowing up your enemies, sniping from the rooftops, or running in a sewage system with creepy-crawlies – every location was unique and entertaining.

I can’t find a lot of flaws with this title, but the major one that stood out was the Voice Recognition system that was implemented with this title. I’m using a Logitech G35 headset and at times I would YELL at the microphone to get a command through. I had all the sensitivities on high (through game and the G35 settings) and it would still require me yelling at times or commands that I never initially said. They did give a lot of options for the game to recognize when the game COULD hear you. You could also call your teammates slur words if you were displeased with them through the system – a nice touch. Another note, your teammates at times will RUN in front of you gunfire and get upset at you for shooting them. It doesn’t happen a lot, but be prepared when it does happen (they don’t lose a lot of favoritism, but a nice slap upside their head wouldn’t hurt either)!

However, I didn’t play multiplayer so I can’t give a rating on how that experience is. The multiplayer is dead, but it might have its moments where people get together through the Steam forums to set something up. As far as anything else, this game is a hidden gem. I really enjoyed this game. It was a unique experience with the setting and story that the developers provided. I would definitely recommend this game to anyone who likes robots, futuristic titles, shooters, and/or squad based games.
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