NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, ENGLAND, January 10th, 2008 â€“ Oxygen Games is pleased to confirm in-store dates for PDC World Championship Darts 2008 on PlayStationÂ®2 and PC. Shipping now, both the PS2 and PC will be hitting shelves on 25th Jan. The Wiiâ„¢ version follows closely behind, having gone gold and set to hit shelves in mid Feb 2008.
PDC Darts 2008, available on PlayStationÂ®2, PC and for the first time ever on Wiiâ„¢, challenges players to go head-to-head with the greatest PDC Champions and be part of the yearâ€™s most fierce console Championship. For a pre-release chance to take part, download the PC Demo, starring PDC Champions Phil Taylor and Raymond Van Barneveld, from: www.oxygendownloads.com/PDC2008PR/PDCWCD_2008_PCDEMO.zip
About PDC World Championship Darts 2008
Starring even more PDC Champions, a full line up of electrifying tournaments, exceptional graphic enhancements, even more play modes and now on the Wii - PDC World Championship Darts is back for 2008. Calling on darts, sports and Nintendo Wii fans PDC World Championship Darts 2008 is bringing the spectacle and excitement of the nationâ€™s best loved sport to your home.
PDC World Championship Darts 2008 - Pure excitement, Pure pressure, Pure Darts - Game On!
About Oxygen GamesTM
Oxygen GamesTM boasts a broad range of fun & sociable titles to capture the imagination of the emerging games audience. With the focus on all major console platforms, Oxygenâ€™s games are based on mainstream lifestyles and interests, whilst delivering contemporary content featuring sports, music & well known personalities. For more information please visit www.oxygengames.net
About Mere Mortals
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Mere Mortals was founded in June 1999 by industry veterans of all leading and retro platforms, David Jeffries & Graeme Love, and has grown to become a fully realised team of 36 highly skilled craftspeople. Mere Mortals is an accomplished multiplatform developer, creating products for handhelds as well as all generations of console. In addition, the company invests heavily in its own engine and technology, utilising all leading tools and packages in creating its games.