Winter?Sports 2012 is the latest title to provide consumers with snowy adrenaline fuelled sports.
Having already claimed the title of being the first game in its field available for the Nintendo 3DS, the Wii version of Winter Sports 2012 supports the Balance Board while the PC version of the game supports Xbox 360 controllers.
There are 30 challenges on the Wii and PC versions and over 50 on the 3DS, all spread across 10 winter games disciplines. Players can look forward to donning skis and taking to the snow at speeds of over 120mph in the Ski Jump, Downhill Skiing, Slalom Skiing and Ski Cross events whilst adrenaline junkies can also get their fix of high octane ice action in Giant Slalom, Freestyle Snowboarding and motorbike racing in the Ice Speedway.
Winter Sports 2012 also features multiplayer options allowing up to four players to compete together.
PQube is promoting the game via a range of media including social media profiles, blogs, print and online advertisements. Regular mail to subscribers will reach over 20,000 people and the publisher will post further press releases after the game hits shelves.
PQube has also teamed up with three specialist winter sports brands including Salamon Sports.T
he publisher will be giving away copies of the game at Talented Athletes events and the Winter Youth Olympics.
“This is an excellent title, which we hope will have sporting enthusiasts engaged for hours on end,” PQube’s key account and trade marketing manager Abid Gangat tells MCV.
“And with it being available on the Nintendo Wii, it is the perfect platform for competitive social gaming fun for all the family.”