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The latest iteration of O-Games' "phenomenally successful" PDC World Championship Darts franchise is getting two no-brainer features: support for PS3's Move controller and Wii's MotionPlus add-on.



Available in Europe on November 26th, Pro Tour boasts a number of features that should interest the hardcore competitive dart-throwing fan. For example, the game's career mode includes the newly-established Grand Slam of Darts. Commentary will be offered by the "Voice of Darts," Sid Waddell and John Gwynne. Finally, the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game will include online 1-on-1 matches, and support for DLC, including new players and darting accessories. For connoisseurs of the sport, this should sound thrilling, right?

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24 September 2010

PDC WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DARTS: PRO TOUR ON TARGET FOR PLAYSTATION MOVE AND WII MOTION+

The definitive darts experience lines up at The Oche on 26th November for Wii™, PlayStation 3™, Xbox 360™

24th September 2010 – Wellingborough, UK/... O-Games today announced that the latest iteration of its phenomenally successful PDC World Championship Darts franchise has evolved to support the latest developments in motion control gaming and will feature full PlayStation Move motion controller and Wii Motion+ support, in addition to standard PS3 and Xbox 360 control pads – allowing more players more ways of joining the game.

Phil 'The Power' Taylor, Raymond van Barneveld, James Wade, Mervyn King and Simon Whitlock are just some of the big names from the PDC to play as or compete against in the game being developed by Redoubt. The motion control evolution will allow PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour to focus on fluid, accurate and simple throwing dynamics, getting players closer to the action than ever before. The new game will also build on the successes of its predecessors, with updated graphics, character models, and an optimised control system when it is released on 26th November 2010 for WiiTM, PlayStation 3TM, Xbox 360TM.

Further establishing its heritage as the definitive darts game for fans of the sport, PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour's in-depth career mode will also support the latest tournaments, including the Grand Slam of Darts, a new fixture in the PDC events calendar. Player View puts you at The Oche in the eyes of a Pro, with gamers being able to control player celebrations. Plus the atmosphere will be further enhanced with an all-new commentary from TV's 'Voice of Darts' Sid Waddell and John Gwynne; top level match referees, Bruce Spendley and Russ Bray; and Master of Ceremonies, John McDonald.

O-Games has also confirmed online 1-on-1 matches for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers, as well as PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour featuring a raft of downloadable content support on Xbox Live and PSN: including new players, events and darting accessories.

Get ready to line up behind The Oche with PDC World Championship Darts: Pro Tour on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC from 26th November 2010.

For more information on O-Games, please visit www.og-international.net

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