Deer Drive - Arcade-Style Hunting Coming to Wii in January 2009

Greetings fellow sportsmen,

Grab your rifle and stock up on ammo and jerky because huntin' season is almost here. Mastiff, a worldwide publisher of videogames is bringing the award-winning PC title, Deer Drive over to the Nintendo Wii on January 20, 2009.

Aside from its fast paced shooting action and easy to play, hard to master style of gameplay, Deer Drive also features over 33 stages and over a dozen animals, not to mention it is the first hunting game on Wii to feature simultaneous multiplayer hunting action. So grab a buddy and see who can rack up the largest number of trophy-winning bucks. Have more people in your party? Well that's no problem because with Deer Drive up to 4 players can compete against one another in the fast-paced Party mode.

GAME FEATURES:

• A completely remastered and expanded version of the original PC version that won over 15 industry awards

• Pick-up-and-play action hunting: lock, load and take down some bucks!

• 1-4 Players (2 Player - Simultaneously play and 4 Player Party play)

• Players can use the Wii Remote™ or the Wii Zapper™ for added realism

• Defend yourself from wolves, mountain lions, charging moose and bison, rampaging grizzles and more!

• Varying difficulty levels provide challenges for all groups of players

Deer Drive asstes are now available in the Mastiff folder located on the MMPR press center:

www.mmpr.com/MMPRFTP (case sensitive)

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Mastiff PR Contacts:

Michael Meyers Public Relations

Michael Meyers

(925) 551-8080

Michael@mmpr.com

David Bruno

(925) 551-3232

David@mmpr.com


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