Set in futuristic Tokyo, take control of the robotic community before they control everything!
วันที่วางจำหน่าย: 27 เม.ย. 2012

ซื้อ Binary Domain

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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.

ความต้องการระบบ

    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
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ตอนแรกคิืดว่าเกมบู๊ทั่วไป แต่พอลองเล่นแล้วมันเจ๋็งเกินคาด แม้ตัวเกมจะดูธรรมดาๆแต่รับลองเลยครับว่าโครตสนุกและมันส์มาก

ระบบเกมดูเหมือนธรรมดาตามประสา TPS ทั่วไป คือมีเข้าที่กำบัง กระโดดหลบ เก็บปืน ซื้อของอัพเกรด แล้วก็ยิงๆ แต่ด้วยองค์ประกอบอะไรหลายๆอย่างกับทำให้มันสนุกและพาเราเล่นต่อไปได้เรื่อยๆ หุ่นยนตร์ที่ดาหน้าเขามาให้เรายิงถล่มเป็๋นสิบๆ บอสหุ่นยนตร์แต่ล่ะตัวก็ยิ่งใหญ่อลังการงานสร้างมาก ยิงหุ่นเศษซากหลุดเป็นชิ้นๆนี่โครตได้ฟิลลิ่ง ขนาดตัวขาดหัวหลุดมันยังคลานมาเล่นเราต่อได้เลย สถานที่ก็ออกแบบมาดี มีหลากหลายโลเคชั่นให้เราได้ไปลุยไม่จำเจ รวมทั้งความยาวของเกมที่จัดว่ายาวพอสมควร บางทียังคิดเลยว่ายาวเกินไปแต่สนุก

เกมมีระบบความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างเรากับลูกทีม เราสามารถสั่งให้คนในทีมยิง ป้องกัน หนีหรือสังให้มันวิ่งฝ่าดงกระสุนลุยแทนเราไปเลยก็ได้ ในระหว่างดำเนินเรื่องก็จะมีบทสนทนาให้เลือกคุยเพื่อเพิ่มระดับความสัมพันธ์ด้วยซึ่งส่งผลกับฉากจบ ก็สนุกดีที่เราเหมือนมีส่วนร่วมในการเลือกพูดออกความคิดเห็นในเนื้อเรื่อง

ด้านเนื้อเรื่องเองก็ทำมาได้ดี การเล่าเรื่องและดำเนินเรื่องไม่รู้สึกถึงความน่าเบื่อเลย ทำมาได้สนุกและน่าติดตาม จุดหักมุมในเรื่องเองก็พอมีอยู่บ้าง แม้อาจจะไม่หวือหวาแต่ก็ทำเราอึ้งจนหยุดคิดได้เลยทีเดียว ตัวเกมมีกลิ่นอายความเป็นญี่ปุ่น อนิมะพอสมควร ตอนเล่นนี่รู้สึกได้เลยอย่างพวกหน้าตัวละครต่างๆนี่ชัดมาก ทำมาสวยหล่อถึงพยายามจะให้ดูฝรั่งๆแต่ก็ดูออกว่าญี่ปุ่นออกแบบชัดๆ รวมทั้งมุกตลกต่างๆที่ค่อนข้างเอเซีย

เป็นเกมที่หาข้อเสียแทบไม่ได้เลยจริงๆ ถ้าจะให้หาคงเป็นเรื่องที่ AI ทีมเรายังมีโง่เดินมาบังเราอยู่บ้าง แต่ก็น้อยและไม่ได้ชวนหงุดหงิดอะไรเท่าไหร่กับโมชั่นที่มันดูแปลกๆในบางจุด(เช่นตอนถือระเบิด)และ Co-op เนื้อเรื่องไม่ได้ มีโหมดออนไลน์แยกไปต่างหาก แต่ตอนนี้มันก็ร้างแล้วอ่ะนะ



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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...
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10.0 ชั่วโมงในบันทึก
Shoot Robots! In the Face!
I love 3rd Person Shooters and this is one of my favorites.
Gameplay is varied with very cool boss fights. The characters are total stereotypes but the chemistry works. Dialogues are funny and the scenario is surprisingly good and very ambitious. Too bad it totally went under the radar.
Also this game includes the best most badass french robot ever : CN-7 aka Cain. You need to meet this guy!
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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-♥♥♥♥ 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
โพสต์: 11 สิงหาคม 2014
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