NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, ENGLAND, December 20th, 2007– Taylor, fresh from Tuesday night’s World Championship win, and Grand Slam victory last month in front of the ITV cameras, has returned to the practice room to put PDC Darts 2008 through its paces.
Releasing on the Nintendo Wii™ after the grand final of the Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship, PDC Darts 2008 has been carefully crafted for players to use the Wii Remote as if it were a real dart.
“USING THE Wii REMOTE TO THROW THE DART IS THE CLOSEST THING TO REAL DARTS YET!” said 13 times World Champion, Phil Taylor.
To see Phil Taylor and his rival champions in action in the game, a new PDC Darts 2008 teaser movie is available. For a sneak preview of the game, and the chance to play as Taylor or against him, a PC demo is available. The teaser video can be downloaded from Oxygen’s press site or is viewable at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLDcSbd6XiY. The PC demo is also available to download from the press site.
PDC Darts 2008, available on PlayStation®2, PC and for the first time ever on Wii™ is due for release in January 2008. Immerse yourself in the realism of PDC Darts 2008; go head-to-head with the greatest PDC Champions and be part of the year’s most fierce console Championship.
Pure Darts - Game On!
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