“Mid-February” as in tomorrow, the 15th. That’s how short a wait you’ll have to endure to give Sega’s upcoming action-packed third-person shooter Binary Domain a shot. The demo was announced a few weeks ago but has, to this day, only been released in Japan.
According to the press release, players will take command of Dan Marshall of the Rust Crew, who will, alongside his teammates, fight “highly intelligent robotic opponents” through two of the game’s early missions based in near-future Tokyo. In addition, the demo of will include the “ground-breaking Consequence System,” which allows the player to interact with his/her teammates by “using voice recognition in combat and non-combat situations” and have a more “natural dialogue with their allies, one which affects their behaviour and attitude.”
The demo is out tomorrow then, on February 15th, for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, while the actual game will be released on said platforms just two weeks later, on February 24th.