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At the start of Binary Domain you are told how to use the voice commands. The game gives you the options between using an audio input device or pressing the L2 button and using a sub-menu. The commands are simple things such as cover me and retreat. I tried using the audio input commands but the game only accepted what I said less than a fourth of the time, even after adjusting input settings.
This game also has trust building with your squad members. The higher the trust level on each member, the more likely they will come up with ideas to help out in battle. The idea of voice commands and trust building in a game seems like a great idea but Sega just made the audio input to complicated, at least for me, and earning the trust of your squad is so easy you would have to work at losing trust.
Many games have portrayed various visions of the future. Binary Domain keeps the recipe for its future setting simple. The game never really rubs the flooding problem in your face as it keeps distracting you with more robots that need to be reduced to scrap.
As you start blasting away at them you will notice parts of their outer shell shattering, leaving them in weakened state. During the tutorial stage your first squad member will recommend aiming at their legs to slow their approach.
Once you blast away the legs of the first robot, it will fall to the ground and start slowly crawling at you; making him an easier target to destroy. This will be enough of a distraction to allow you to destroy more robots. At one point I decided to destroy one of the arms of a robot and it dropped its weapon. Binary Domain multiplayer trailer shows off human opponents.
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