Sega shooter Binary Domain out February

The squad-based third-person shooter designed by Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi will arrive in the UK on February 17th next year.

Binary Domain puts gamers in the middle of a futuristic war set in Tokyo in 2080. It will be available on both Xbox 360 and PS3.

The shooter joins other games in Sega’s 2012 line-up including multiplayer action title Anarchy Reigns in January, puzzler Crush 3D on 3DS also out on February 17th and Aliens: Colonial Marines on PS3, 360 and PC in the spring.

These accompany Sega’s official game of the Olympics – London 2012 – which will hit shelves to coincide with the games event next year.

A blurb on the latest Sega press release for Binary Domain reads: Bullets and bombs allow you the precision to blow the limbs and heads off your mechanical enemy, disabling them or even turning them against one another.

Choose the right squad and the right tools for the job and bring them to bear to reveal the truth at the heart of the robot crisis.”

The game also boasts a familiar style to Sega’s October 2010 third-person mech shooter Vanquish.

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