The cover-based third person shooting sub-genre has been around for generations of games. The Gears of War series has popularized it further but it’s been around. Binary Domain is a military third person shooter and brings us a heavy story driven action game. When the game was first announced I was very intrigued with how the game looks and the story that came with it. I didn’t know anything about the characters and wasn’t sure how the final product would turn out for Sega and its crew. With the game in my hands and having completed the main single player campaign, I can say I feel very satisfied with the final product that Sega has on their hands and could essentially see sequel material here if events played out right and I’m sure if Sega has enough interest. Nevertheless, we are here to talk about Binary Domain and what makes this shooter tick and what doesn’t.