The bottom line on Domination, then, depends on how much tolerance you have for bugs, bad presentation, and forking over a lot of money for the sake of excellent gameplay fundamentals. There's a chunk of good gameplay here, but is it worth the massive bugs and playing the game with the sound off? Is the multiplayer good enough to warrant handing over $6.95 a month after the 4-month subscription period is over? For a very small niche audience, the answer may be yes. For the rest of us, though, Domination just doesn't justify parting with that kind of coin.