You’ll be able to get your first taste of SEGA’s uber-Japanese futuristic third-person shooter this week, when a demo for Binary Domain drops onto the PlayStation Store. American players will get to go hands-on with the Yakuza Studio developed squad-shooter from 14th February, while European players will be made to wait a day until 15th February.

The demo will allow players to sample two of the game's early missions, both of which take place in a cyborg infected Tokyo.

SEGA promises that the demo will give players a brief overview of the game’s much vaunted consequences system, which allows you to interact with and influence the actions of your team-mates.

The game’s due out on 24th February in Europe, and 28th February in North America.