Binary Domain demo to hit on February 1st

For Japan at least, SEGA has announced through their Ryu Ga Gotoku Kamurocho radio station webcast that their up and coming third person squad-based shooter Binary Domain is going to have a demo available 16 days before the game’s release there (the Japanese release date is still set for February 16th). The demo itself promises to be fairly lengthy, with it featuring two stages, one set in the Shibuya’s Spain-zaka area in the lower city (The area featured in all demoes) and one in the Shinjuku train station-like area of the upper city.

It was confirmed though that the demo will only have single player support, and no confirmation of when a Western demo will debut, but it is the best indication that the title will have a demo released before launch over in America and Europe. Binary Domain is set for release in America and Europe on 28th February.


8 responses to “Binary Domain demo to hit on February 1st

  1. I hope booting up my XBOX japanese account gets me access to the demo, like I did with Bayonetta.

  2. -nSega54- says:

    Can’t wait to try this game (in its much-improved state since E3) for myself.

  3. nuckles87 says:

    Well, time to hop on the my PS3 Japanese account again. Awesome.

  4. Sharky says:

    Glad I made that Japanese account!

  5. CrazyTails says:

    I think this is exactly what the game needs

  6. Suzuki Yu says:

    looking forward to it.

  7. Shigs says:

    Sa-Weeet! Glad I have a Japanese account.

  8. Suzuki Yu says:

    i have both JP PSN & XBL accounts.
    i will try the game on both platforms to see if the peformance is the same/different between the two versions.

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