Binary Domain is one of those unfortunate games that has simply slipped through the cracks. This is a huge shame because it is a brilliant game. The damage models on the robots as bullets shred through them never stops being satisfying. Huge behemoth robots litter the campaign and is taking them down is over the top and hugely rewarding.
The one downside is the team mechanic, where gaining each members loyalty seems strangely bolted on and discordant with the rest of the game. I played without voice recognition, so it may be a better using this rather than pressing LB every time a team member fancies a chat you can't ignore. The story is surprisingly good for a shooter, and the graphics are very good.
At his reduced price, it is certainly worth a buy. The main game is satisfyingly long, and will provide you with hours of scrap head mashing fun! If this was co op, this game would be infinitely better. However, with it's criminally poor sales, I doubt a sequel will surface, which is a real shame. Next time, market your games SEGA!