¡Ambientado en un Tokio futurista, toma el control de la comunidad robot antes de que ellos lo controlen todo!
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 de Abr, 2012

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"While not everything it could've been, this robot-killing cover shooter was a surprise gem that earned every fan it quietly made."
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LA ERA DE LAS MÁQUINAS HA COMENZADO en este shooter basado en escuadras, inmersivo y atmosférico, en el que deberás recuperar el control de un Tokio futurista de una emergente amenaza robótica.

Situada en el año 2080, la historia comienza cuando Dan Marshall y su equipo son enviados para controlar a la comunidad robótica a medida que ésta se infiltra en la sociedad y va tomando el control desde las sombras, convirtiendo a los humanos en innecesarios.

Los emocionantes encuentros con enemigos robots altamente inteligentes requieren que pienses de forma táctica y realices complejas y desafiantes decisiones morales en tiempo real, para ganarte la confianza de tu equipo y guiar a tu escuadra a la seguridad y al éxito.

Características Principales:

  • UNA NUEVA VISIÓN DEL TOKIO DEL FUTURO - Experimenta un Tokio con dos caras, una ciudad inferior marginada y una limpia y fluyente ciudad superior
  • EL SISTEMA DE CONSECUENCIAS - Bajo la presión de la batalla, todas las acciones, todas las decisiones y todas las palabras afectan a todo
  • DAÑO PROCEDURAL - Los robots totalmente destruibles y altamente resistentes se adaptan al daño recibido, lo que te animará a analizar a todos los enemigos, encontrar sus puntos débiles y acabar con ellos de la forma más eficiente
  • MODIFICACIÓN DE ARMAS Y ELECCIÓN DE HABILIDADES - ¡Además de utilizar un completo arsenal de armas únicas, deberás centrarte en las habilidades que más te beneficien

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Microsoft Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2.66 GHz o equivalente de AMD
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM (XP) / 3 GB de RAM (Windows 7 / Vista)
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce GT220 (512 MB) / ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT (512 MB)
    • Disco Duro: 8 GB de espacio libre
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Microsoft Windows 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core i5 a 2.66 GHz o equivalente de AMD
    • Memoria: 3 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: nVidia GeForce GTX 460 (1 GB) / ATI Radeon HD 5750 (1 GB)
    • Disco Duro: 8 GB de espacio libre
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10.1 h registradas
Publicado: 28 de Julio
Muy buen TPS cargado de acción y sobre todo un gran argumento. Entretenidísimo y muy recomendado.
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21.0 h registradas
Publicado: 9 de Noviembre
Una palabra define este juego JUEGAZO . la historia es sensacional que te mete en una decision etica muy buena. la historia entre personajes con niveles de confianza y influye en la historia me parece muy acertado. El modo de chat x voz esta muy logrado y las isiones son muy variadas y divertidas. Aun no entiendo pq este juego no tuvo mas exito pero si puedes hacerte con el a buen precio te lo recomiendo . shooter en 3 persona mas que correcto pero sin duda tanto la trama como la interaccion con los otros personajes es de lo mejor que he visto a la altura de mass effect.
las fases te encontraras de todo desde ir en diferentes vehiculos (tren,metro.moto.moto acuatica.coche.camion) a niveles que haremos de todo. Sin duda uno de los im prenscindibles si te gustan los shooters. Recomendado sin duda.
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12.6 h registradas
Publicado: 31 de Agosto
Empezare diciendo que este juego me sorprendio mucho. Lo compre en oferta de casualidad, solo porque me llamo la atencion una captura donde salia un robot gigante y la verdad no me arrepiento de haberlo comprado, es mas deje de jugar otros titulos mas conocidos y valorados porque me daba ganas de terminar este juego.

La historia aun que no es una obra maestra, es interesante y logra que te intrige como va seguir todo, podria ser de una pelicula de accion, tambien cabe remarcar que tiene algunos giros inesperados bastante buenos.
Al principio el juego puede parecer algo aburrido pero al pasar el primer nivel y encontrarte con tu equipo, empieza a fluir y todo se vuelve cada vez mas interesante. La misma gira entorno a una corporacion que logro crea inteligencia artificial bastante similar a la humana, tanto que ni los robots saben que son maquinas. Estas creaciones por leyes, son ilegales y a nosotros nos envian a averiguar quien es el culpable de esto.

Binary Domain tiene algo a destacar que a veces otros juegos no logran, el poder tomarle cariño a los personajes, hay veces que que en otros titulos no nos importa si un compañero muere o no.

En cuanto jugabilidad es un TPS (Third Person Shooter) bastante similar al Gears of War, al cual recomiendo jugar con joystick porque con teclado y mouse es bastante incomodo en este juego, o por lo menos a mi me paso de sentirlo raro.
A veces tendremos que comandar a nuestros compañeros de equipo, se puede hacer oralmente por microfono dando ordenes, o simplemente con el teclado o joystick.

Los graficos teniendo en cuenta que es del 2012 estan bien. El rendimiento es normal, su optimizacion es buena, no tuve ningun problema alguno ni tampoco incompatibilidad de algun tipo.

Lo malo que me parecio de este juego fue el doblaje, la verdad en circunstancias es regular a veces la voz como que no encaja con algunos personajes y a veces se nota demasiado que no es un acento autentico sino que lo estan imitando burdamente, por lo menos en el doblaje español, no he probado otro.


En conclusion es un gran juego, una lastima que no haya sido mas conocido y reconocido para que salga una segunda parte, ya que tiene un final bastante abierto. No es un juego que digas es un titulo brillante con una historia inolvidable, pero el que lo juegue seguramente va recordar el titulo con afecto.

Merece la pena darle una oportunidad. Lo recomiendo, mas en oferta, aun que igualmente merece que se paguen los $15 por el, hay titulos mucho peores y mas caros actualmente en Steam.
Yo le doy un 8/10.
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9.3 h registradas
Publicado: 6 de Agosto
Feia MOLT de temps que no m'ho passava tan bé amb un joc.
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2.7 h registradas
Publicado: 6 de Septiembre
Mejor de lo que pensaba. Mechas por todos lados, valió la pena la oferta. El unico problema fue la instalación fue un suplicio. Maldigo a Sega por eso.
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11.2 h registradas
Publicado: 23 de Septiembre
Juego de acción totalmente recomendado como producto de consumo fácil y rápido.

Buen control, guión mucho más profundo de lo que parece durante las primeras horas, bromas fáciles y clichés a mansalva.

Dejad los créditos ya que al final hay una pequeña sorpresa.
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
12.7 h registradas
Publicado: 29 de Agosto
Otro intento de SEGA de hacer un shooter occidental predominado por la mediocridad en todos sus aspectos
Pros : Tiros, Negros haciendo chistes racistas, Muchos tiros, Quicktime Events para mirar culos, Más tiros todavia, Cantidad ingente de robots, ¿He dicho ya tiros?, Robots con ponchos y acento francés, Más diversión que algunos AAA/Blockbuster, Posible rejugabilidad para obtener distinos finales.
Cons : Personajes muy estereotipados, Pésimo doblaje, No sobresale en ningún aspecto, El negro se cree que hace gracia, Historia bien planteada pero mal desarrollada.

7/10 - 0% Historia, 100% Masacrar Robots
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5.7 h registradas
Publicado: 2 de Agosto
En corto: Un juego de acción bien hecho.

Tanto el control de movimientos como de disparo dejan una buena sensación, y la acción de este título es trepidante, permitiendo encarar las situaciones de forma táctica, en lugar de lanzarse contra los oponentes como un loco.
La historia está bien resuelta, los personajes llegan a tocar al jugador, y la infinidad de escenas narrativas no llegan a cansar en ningún momento.
este juego a yegado a cer uno de mis favoritos
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A 2 de 3 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
22.0 h registradas
Publicado: 4 de Octubre
un buen juego el cual recomiendo comprar
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14.3 h registradas
Publicado: 28 de Julio
Una muy entretenida película de acción clase B, de esas para ver un sábado de noche.
Es una pena que tenga las malas costumbres de varios shooters modernos, como la cámara detrás del hombro del jugador o que el mundo esté lleno de cajas para que uno se esconda detrás de ellas para disparar. Sigo sin entender por qué es tan difícil tener un botón para agacharse y listo, por qué tiene que haber un botón para pegarse a una caja o una pared y ese mismo botón se usa para despegarse, pero también se usa para correr, entonces uno termina intentando correr de un robot gigantesco pero se adhiere como goma a cualquier pared o caja que le pase cerca.
Dejando de lado esto, que es más un tema del género que del juego en sí, me resultó muy entretenido, es muy gratificante ver cómo los robots van perdiendo piezas con cada balazo, parecen verdaderas máquinas y juguetes.
El juego intenta alguna otra cosa, como el reconocimiento de voz para dar órdenes o responder a tus compañeros, pero no siempre se puede responder lo que uno quiera, es preferible usar el teclado para contestar los diálogos.
La versión de PC tiene algunos problemas, la interfaz de los menúes no fue cambiada para que sea más fácil de usar con mouse y teclado pero yo no he tenido problemas de ninguna clase corriendo el juego.
A esta altura no es raro verlo en paquetes de descuento junto con otros juegos o solo, la verdad que es un juego bastante entretenido.
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A 25 de 28 personas (89%) les ha sido útil este análisis
10.3 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de Octubre
First impression of this game is that I hate to play it cause the default settings is bad.
The controls is so bad, even my mouse sensitivity went crazy.
The voice chat command is also bad, It just won't detect my speech.
After doing all the settings manually, the game is now playable.

I'd say this is a very decent game.
3rd person shooter with a great mechanism of cover and dodging.
What I loved the most of this game is the story.
The relation between each character develop each chapter.
And yeah, It got it twist plot.
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Publicado: 24 de Noviembre
This game is "man vs machine" third person shooting adventure, the enemies are all robots

Binary Domain has decent graphic, good gameplay mechanics, nice audio, nice storyline.

Not only jump into a boring plain third person shooting adventure just simply running and walking shooting from one place to another, but we can also taste many fun from another scene and combat scenes like : survive from collapsing skyscraper building, gun fire in fast moving train against robots, gun fire in a crazy street racing against super big size boss motor robot, driving jet skies.

+ Having various kinds of weapons
+ Big ammo supplies
+ I like the default assault rifle, which can blast energy ball (can be upgraded if u buy Binary Domain DLC Pack)
+/- The game has decent difficulties (Will be very hard to defeat boss)
+ Found many strong unique big size robot boss enemies
- For such hard game it has low medical supply (only 3 per person)



About online Binary Domain ? IDK i dont even try, and I personally prefer to play offline for such kind of game

But well... I can say this is really a great game
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Publicado: 11 de Agosto
This game is complicated, REALLY complicated...

I installed it and played the rest of it (I had already played like 2 hours of it before on Steam) exclusively for a review that was asked. I didn't want to play it. The first 2 hours were terrible. I was crying of boredom...

It was too repetitive, too much handholding and linear, cutting from slow walking with stupid talking that didnt do any good to the combat, fighting 3 soldiers and going back to talking and pressing buttons. First 2 chapters are painfully terrible for me. 3 is better and 4 and so on are good and evolve into even better...


Anyways I finished Binary Domain and I can safely say it redeems itself after a while but it's still not trophy-winning. It truly is one of the best examples of "It gets better as you go along".

Ok into the review itself, Binary Domain is a game where you play as Adam Sandler in a robot filled world! And I can say the PC Port is outright ♥♥♥♥. Seriously, complete ♥♥♥♥. You have the "Play" and "Settings" Options before lauching the game. To configure the game: you have to pick the "Settings" option, which will freak out and the window does not seem to be compatible with my Screen Native Resolution! How come, you ask? Well, you can tweak everything fine, BUT! The Save and Quit option is absolutely out of my reach because it's behind my taskbar so I cant press it, thus I have to fullscreen the settings window and THEN it has a small part of the button that is actually clickable!
Right now you're probably wondering: Wait, isn't that how Kane & Lynch 2 had it's options? Yes, you are correct BUT Kane & Lynch 2 also had the options in the game itself! So if the game needed tweaks you could change it without the need of quitting the actual game.

Binary Domain has a nice set of options, but the performance itself is decent and decent only! So if you need to tweak minor stuff, you have to quit the game, tweak it, boot it up, test it, if it's poor still, you have to exit, rinse and repeat.

It feels like the PC version of the game is a massive afterthought, which is sad.


The visuals themselves aren't bad though, particles effects are really well done, facial animation are a bit stiff but get the job done. Overall texture quality is decent as well.
Regarding the visuals: THIS GAME HAS TOO MANY CUTSCENES! Some of them are completely useless and they weren't needed at all. So, it happens that I skipped some, *clicks skip* - *new cutscene appears* - *clicks skip* - *New... ok you get the point. If my memory doesn't fail me, the game can have 4 CUTSCENES IN A ROW!
I swear the game could have half those cutscenes without hindering the game itself at all!

That being said, I must say the cutscenes are quite cliché but look genuinely good and some of the best cutscenes I could see in a video game. The action/story-important cutscenes, not the useless ones, those are boring and, again, useless!

Voice acting is rather cliché, but it's still cool as the game has a nice B-Movie feel with plenty of jokes and it works really well imo!

While the voice acting is simple, I can say Sandler's voice acting is actually REALLY GOOD! His facial animations and voice overs in cutscenes are really well done. The rest is a bit less memorable but still good overall. (Troy Baker plays Charlie in the game, I swear to God when I saw that in the credits, I was like "lolwut...").

The game has that classic japanese poses and influence for sure. Almost everytime a cutscene ends, Adam makes that soldier pose with a badass face and then the shooting starts!

Combat: Adam's main rifle (which you cannot switch for another gun, it stick with you the WHOLE Game) is awesome! It feels great! Headshotting a robot is beyond satisfying and the secondary fire mode (Pulse Grenade Launcher-ish) is also a nice addition to the weapon. Everytime you kill an enemy you get points, more so for melee kills or headshot kills. Those point can be spent in medic kits (which dont heal you (the game has health regen), instead they revive you if you get downed), ammo or weapon upgrades for Adam's rifle or his companion's special weapon's...

AI is good.

Mr. Sandler's moving, however, is weird. When you get down stairs or a ledge you suddely move 4 times faster while getting down the stairs, sometimes you move so fast you actually run OVER the stairs and fly across them, which is hilarious!

When sprinting, you have trouble controlling Adam's body, which is fine except this ♥♥♥♥s up the running sequences, because stuff's falling, you're moving and dodging, except that you aren't because while sprinting it's tricky to move sideways, this makes the running away sequences poor and boring. P.S: You will die alot in them...

The cover system works well enough so kudos for that...

My biggest problem however is purely combat related: when shot, Adam can't stand the bullets going into his 1000 pounds battle power armor, so he flinches so f*cking much it's literally unbelievable! It makes the combat stiff! I remember a little test I did, I got shot by a "boss" (not really a boss, but he had a mean-♥♥♥ sniper-rifle (those who played the game know who I'm talking about) and my character's aim literally moved 40 degrees to the right!

Trust me, it's fine to have flinch, it should have, but not this much! I mean, when a regular robot shoots you, your aim goes up too much for me, making the combat a little less fun than it should. However you can get back in cover, wait and get back into aiming and shooting. But still, this annoys the hell out of me.

Another huge issue is the stuns. The protagonist gets stunned/downed for everything! a grenade explodes 5 yards away *Tries to keep balance*.

*Robot clunkily bashes you with his fist* = *falls over and takes forever to get up*

It makes the pacing of the combat too stupidly slow, and this back and forth between shooting a magazine and falling over that is really annoying as for a small amount of seconds you have to stare at the computer, seeing Adam in an angel position on the floor!

Next up: the quicktime events! Trust me, there aren't many at all! BUT! The first time a quick time event in particular appeared, it has arrows and 2 space bar icons. I literally was 1 minute trying to figure it out before I failed and decide to plug in my controller and do it with the controller. I then got it.

Maybe I'm stupid in understanding coded messages but that was really weird to understand for me and it left me really frustrated.

Enouh of this. The combat is satisfying enough to carry the whole game alongside:

The story and the philosophy behind it. I will not even mention much about the story (You go on a top secret mission to investigate a big robot-making corporate), but the philosophy behind the game is really good and well done. It gives truly special moments to question out existance as humans and who we can have walking by our sides. This robot/human interaction in society is a good touch I never expected to get into me this much nor did I expect it to be this well fleshed out by the end of the game.

One last thing too, the plot twist behind this game. I read comments before going into the final chapter and some like "Wow, plot twist was bat-sh*t insane, omg so cool*, it wasn't, I smelled the thing from miles away! Not sure if you, dear reader, will predict it too, but on my case, it disappointed me that I nailed what the twist was going to be.

Story is still pretty good, nothing too special, the philosophy behind it is what makes it stand out, though...

The game's length isn't bad either, it was 7.5-8 hours long for me, but I know friends who did it in 11 hours so it depends on the player. There's also multiplayer and a co-op wave based survival. Both are dead though survival can be played alone.

(Word Limit, gotta wrap up) It really gets MUCH better (from boring to fun), under 10€ is worth it for me... 6/10
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Publicado: 12 de Agosto
wow super suprising!
i didnt expect it to be this good, the story is pretty cool, the sequences, the characters all have a personality


i didnt try multiplayer yet but i checked the forum there are ppl playing it and it must be cool :)
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Publicado: 28 de Julio
Binary Domain is a perfect example of a game that fell way under the radar. In my opinion this game looks great now the textures don't look that great but there is something that makes this game looks superb and it has a decent story and its really cool that a game finnaly dosen't have any human or zombie enemys all robots. A couple things I don't like is most of the voice acting is so bad its good and the game also has some pretty terrible animations but it is a great game and is worth the $15 price tag!
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Publicado: 28 de Septiembre
This is probably one of the most underrated games ever, just because of the saturation of shooters that happened during its release. But the reality is, that this specific shooter has very interesting features that the others don't have. Basically those would be:

A truth system with allies, with the possibility to choose between teammates.
Unique enemies (just robots all the game, which its great). It feels a lot like Vanquish.
A very interesting story. Yes, it really has a nice story. Who could have though something like that with a shooter?
A lot of cinematics, some very lenghty ones. I don't know but it feels like a Hideo Hojima game sometimes.

All of this, maybe because the game was made by a japanese studio. So yeah, it's another shooter, but a very interesting one and unique. As I said, it remembers a lot to Vanquish, and obviously, Vanquish is better, but since there is no Vanquish on PC, this alternative is excellent, and should feel kinda enough for the ones that probably never gonna have the chance to play it.

The only problem that I really found with this game, was with issuing orders with your voice thorugh a mic. I'm just gonna say that it's better to ignore that feature and keep issuing orders like old school times, with Keyboard/Mouse or a Controller. You don't really need to issue orders with your voice, it's not necessary, and the game is still very enjoyable without that.
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Publicado: 15 de Octubre
Oh MAN, what a blast! This game is the best Terminator game you've never played. It combines Gears of War, Terminator, Future Japan, and just a ridiculous amount of fun. The voice control is stupid, and you'll never use it, but the rest of the game is a joy to play. Highly, HIGHLY recommended.
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Publicado: 9 de Agosto
This must be the first cover based shooter in the third person I've played and learning the pretty stiff controls took its time while I was juggling between a controller and the keyboard and mouse combo trying to decide which was the right tool for the job. I finally settled on the latter because of the mouse aiming. Pulling off head (or whatever exposed robot body part) shots is pretty enjoyable once you put a couple of points in the Accuracy upgrade lane. On the other hand, this would probably work great in Big Picture, with a controller on the couch.

The game is basically a linear popcorn sci-fi action romp leaving no cliché unturned starting with the blank-slate-with-a-touch-of-A-hole main character and his big, bad muffhugger friend. The duo meet and team up with an assortment of other not-too-unpredictable characters and find themselves in a sticky situation after another with ever increasing robotic threat level. You've pretty much seen it all before but there was a surprise or two in there as well. And the fact that it's not a modern writing masterpiece, doesn't diminish the enjoyment of the setting and gameplay.

The character interaction and the voice communication system is what I had a small gripe with. Now, you don't have to use a microphone and instead you can give squad commands and choose dialogue options from a menu but I'm willing to bet that the very, very limited vocabulary Sgt. Dan Marshall reveals to the player was dictated by the voice recognition system and you are usually left guessing what he'll actually say to his team mates and what their reactions might be. Often times your buddies throw a question or a statement your way and you get a prompt to answer and the options are "No way." and "Yeah!". After a while it is pretty clear 90% of the time the "correct" answer to boost morale is the positive one but instead of agreeing to disagree on some points, Danny boy will curse out and call his team mates names you probably don't remember authorizing him to use.

The game felt quite linear but to confirm that I should probably re-play at least the first few chapters with different squad assignments. After all it seems I only finished the game with barely over 50% of the achievements. And there's a single player DLC pack to vary the campaign a little... Ah, well. A multiplayer co-op option for the story mode would be awesome but if you're in a situation flying solo, this game is recommended.

(And by the way it's a SEGA game, so you'll probably forgive all the cheese and clichés with a stupid grin on your face. I did.)
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Publicado: 1 de Agosto
One of my favorite games of all times!

God-tier Chinese Waifu
God-tier French Robot

Criminally underrated. <( ' ^ ')>
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Publicado: 21 de Septiembre
This game is the peaceful opposite of

Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~

You wont see any kind of roboter trying to kill you or you wont destroy half Tokio on your short sightseeing tour.
You will see a few nice places and meet many nice people. Everything is alright and nobody gets hurt.

PLAY THIS GAME IF YOU LIKE FLOWERS AND SIGHTSEEING

Well, the game has its flaws like AI standing in your way, while you are defenitly not shooting anyone.
But at the bright side, the game has quite a nice story, well thats how they call the trip through Tokio.
The controls are fine, just the menu controls are kinda whack... no mouse in sight >.<
ah and you need to middle click to reload you gu... ah camera. you know to take more pictures
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