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Set in futuristic Tokyo, take control of the robotic community before they control everything!
Data wydania: 27 Kwi 2012
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THE MACHINE AGE HAS BEGUN in this immersive and atmospheric squad-based shooter in which you need to regain control of a futuristic Tokyo from an emerging robotic threat.

Set in 2080, the story starts when Dan Marshall and his squad are sent to bring the robotic community under control as they begin to infiltrate society and slowly take over undetected, leaving humans redundant in their wake.

Thrilling encounters with highly intelligent robotic enemies require you to think tactically, make challenging, real-time moral decisions and build up trust with your team mates in order to guide your squad to safety and success.

Key Features:

  • 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.

Wymagania systemowe

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7/Vista/XP
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.66 GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2GB RAM (XP)/3GB RAM (Windows 7 / Vista)
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT220 (512MB) / ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT (512MB)
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB free hard drive space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.66 GHz or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 3GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 (1GB) / ATI Radeon HD 5750 (1GB)
    • Hard Drive: 8 GB free hard drive space
Pomocne recenzje klientów
16 z 17 osób (94%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 71
Recenzji: 8
37.0 godz. łącznie
Binary Domain to strasznie niedoceniona gra.

Kampania single jest bardzo, bardzo dobra. Sporo w niej bardzo satysfakcjonującej rozwałki (takiej zawziętości wrogów próżno szukać gdzie indziej) okraszonej ładną grafiką z ciekawą fabułą (z różnymi zakończeniami), możliwością samodzielnego wybierania składu drużyny i rozmawiania z nią przez mikrofon, i tak dalej. Szkoda tylko, że - nie wiedzieć czemu - mało kto się do tej gry przekonuje i dlatego multi jest w niej niemal martwe. Niemal, bo zawsze można zagrać ze znajomymi, albo dołączyć do grupy na Steamie z chętnymi do gry właśnie w multi Binary Domain, ale... szkoda. Ta gra zdecydowanie zasługuje na większe zainteresowanie - nie bez powodu Binary Domain jest często porównywane do Gears of War, z którym "przegrywa" nie dlatego, że BD jest słabe, ale ponieważ GoW jest po prostu klasą samą w sobie.

Szczerze polecam - zwłaszcza jeśli jakiś twój znajomy już ma BD. Wspólne odpieranie fal robotów (tryb Inwazja) po prostu wymiata i jest świetną zabawą nawet któryś raz z rzędu - i to pomimo niewielkiego wyboru map (tylko 3 bez DLC).

Naprawdę warto, zwłaszcza w jakiejś promocji - ja ją kupiłem za dychę i za tę cenę jest naprawdę bardzo dobra.
Zamieszczono: 3 Luty 2014
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
7 z 7 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 113
Recenzji: 2
16.7 godz. łącznie
Musi być to strasznie niedoceniona gra, bo gdyby nie promocja na GMG to nigdy bym pewnie o niej nie usłyszał, co nie byłoby może wielką tragedią, mimo to cieszy mnie, że stało się inaczej. Binary Domain mechaniką rozgrywki szalenie przypomina Gears of War - jest to typowo konsolowy FPS. Ba! Nawet postacie mają równie przerysowane umięśnienie i uzbrojenie, co w GoW. Każdy, kto miał kontakt z tamtą serią, w Binary Domain odnajdzie się od razu.
Niestety gra nie przewiduje możliwości przejścia kampanii w co-opie, a nadawałaby się do tego świetnie. Dostępny jest jedynie tryb "Invasion", którego jednak nie miałem jeszcze okazji przetestować. Mały problem na początku sprawia też opanowanie sterowania - przy korzystaniu z pada w podpowiedziach nadal pojawiają się oznaczenia klawiaturowe, jednak nie jest to wielką przeszkodą w graniu na padzie, a gracze lubujący się w duecie myszki i klawiatury nie odczują braku ikonek dla miłośników gamepadów.
O fabule w grze nie mogę jeszcze powiedzieć dużo, nawet nie wiem jak daleko doszedłem, niemniej jest chyba nawet bardziej zarysowana niż ta z pierwszych dwóch GoWów. Opowiada ciekawą historię o sztucznej inteligencji i niedalekiej przyszłości i chociaż wydaje mi się, że znam już zawczasu główny zwrot akcji, to i tak stanowi ona niezłe uzupełnienie odstrzeliwania łbów blaszakom.
Zamieszczono: 30 Styczeń 2014
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
4 z 4 osób (100%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 118
Recenzji: 1
8.8 godz. łącznie
Gra jest świetna
Plusy:Fabuła,Bohaterowie,Wybory moralne,Faye,Dan,Miejsce Akcji,Voice acting,Muzyka,Grafika.
Minusy:Czemu kuźwa taka krótka (8 h) .
Zamieszczono: 24 Marzec 2014
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
45 z 49 osób (92%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 477
Recenzji: 9
10.2 godz. łącznie
I believe it's quite understandable why might exist such discrepancy among the opinions of this game. Binary Domain is an interesting game not olnly from the different type of enemies you are used to shoot but also for the combination of action, humour and storytelling. The Story kept me interested until the very end.If you were one of those players that would get bored for the constant shooting then in my case, I just found new ways to make it more fun. By shooting the robots in head they will turn against each other. If you add that with shooting others in the feet, forcing them to crawl then you have an interesting combination of events to watch. The city is filled with amazing little details, something you might miss if you are just rushing from point A to point B. But you shouldn't. The bright lights in the city at night are something your eyes will be pleased to see and the visuals are quite good too.

The characters are very distinctive from each other putting Big Bo among the favourites. There's rivalry, sarcasm, humour and even... romance. There are a few plot twists here and there to make the story more compelling and interesting which pleased me until the very end. During the game you are able to talk to your team mates using your own voice (which I didn't because I do not have a Microphone on my PC yet) or simply by using the controller. By doing so, you will offer tactical advice to them but also if they request healing or suggest a new tactic you are free to agree or disagree with them.

It might not be a title that many people have the chance to play it, and those that had it share different opinions about the game, however I found to be a nice shooting adventure from start to finish. There's nothing over the top or extremely remarkable but not all games require to be such experience. Some, like Binary Domain just want to tell a story while mixing a bit of storytelling and bullets, lot's of them, in fact.

There might be more cut scenes that one person who is used to play FPS and TPS would find but to me this was never a problem, in fact, I believe it was balanced between having a lot of things to point and shoot during tense moments, and then, a little bit of story, controversy or plot twist via cut scenes. I like to have both of these in my games but again, many may find it tiresome if all you want is too shoot some robots in their shiny metal ***.

In the end I think it's important to reflect if we are not going too far with our discoveries in advanced robotic technology. I know that it is the year of 2080 and the world most progress but, at what cost..? Paraphrasing Albert Einstein "I fear the day that technology will surpass our human interaction." In Binary Domain, that day may have happened already...
Zamieszczono: 11 Marzec 2014
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie
16 z 19 osób (84%) uważa, że ta recenzja jest pomocna
Produkty na koncie: 845
Recenzji: 109
10.4 godz. łącznie
I was actually really surprised by Binary Domain, I was expecting it to be another of those mediocre third person shooters but I was wrong. From the get go you are presented with a cutscene that summarizes the plot for you and after a few minutes you get your hands on some real combat. The shooting is probably one of the most satisfying in a third person shooter, everytime you score a hit on an enemy you see little pieces of metal flying, in case you don't know you're fighting robots. The aiming is pretty decent and smooth if you use the mouse, you can also turn on/off aim assist if you're playing with a controller. The storyline and the writing was actually one of the things that surprised me the most, Binary Domain takes place in 2074 and you're part of a Rust Crew which is a squad, that belongs to the IRTA, a special unit that hunts down those who break the laws stated in the New Geneva Convention and you're sent to Japan to investigate Amada Corporation, leading company in robotics in Japan, due to suspicion of producing "Hollow Children" or as you might call it robots that look like humans, or have human skin. Throughout the game you'll meet different characters in which upon reaching a certain point of the level you'll be asked to choose 2 of them to take with you further into the level, the dialogue plays a huge roll on the game actually, every now and then when a someone asks you a question you can answer by a different set of dialogue choices, but what actually is pretty nice is that you can answer using your microphone, I actually had alot of trouble doing that so later on I just switched to keyboard controls which made it alot easier, it's not just during dialogue that you can use this system but also during combat to issue orders to your squad mates. Now, both the dialogue and the friendly fire during combat and certain actions you take will affect your teammates trust on you and trust actually plays a big role because if your teammates don't trust you, they are likely to not obey your orders. The character development is also something I really liked, it reminded me of Spec Ops The Line to some extent, later on on the game, characters that didn't trusted you and hated you at the beginning will now be your friends, not just teammates. There's some plot twists throughout the entire game and I certainly think those are there for good measure. Certainly the world design and the environments you play on are not really that varied, ranging from slum streets, to industrial underground facilities and corporation's buildings they are not that really interesting but the surface areas on Upper Tokyo are really nice to look at. The enemy variety in the game was actually something I found really interesting, there's all kind of robots, humanoid robots, scorpion robots, flying robots, huge motorcycle riding robots, robot trucks, robot cars, robot spiders, there's all kind of robots for every tastes and likes (giggles). The weapon variety is actually not that great and I think they should have come up with some other interesting weaponry, the available arsenal consists of a SMG, 3 or so Assault Rifles, a LMG, a Sniper Rifle, a Stinger Missile Launcher, a Minigun and I think that's pretty much it, still, this didn't kept me from enjoying the combat, which as I already mentioned is really satisfying, just blasting your way through hordes of robots. Also, depending on how you kill your enemies (headshot, one shot etc) you'll receive credits which then can be used at a shop to buy ammo, medkits or nanomachines (which work as some kind of passive perk system) or even upgrade your main weapon or your teammates. There's alot of great and good humour in Binary Domain and some of it comes from dirty jokes during cutscenes or dialogue which most of the times come to "calm" things down. There's certainly an approach on ethical standards, is it right to give "life" to a robot, in the way that it haves feelings and emotions? Should we consider a robot with emotions and feelings a robot, considering it has self awareness? Of course this is pure sci-fi but it kinda makes you wonder. Other than that I don't really have much to say about Binary Domain other than it looks great and it runs surprisingly well on my low end PC and it also has a kickass soundtrack and the entire game is a joy to play and to witness. If you haven't picked this one up already, please do it, I'm eagerly waiting for a sequel, and so should you.
Zamieszczono: 3 Marzec 2014
Czy ta recenzja była pomocna? Tak Nie