Now you may be asking yourself, "What the f*ck is Snooker?" That's a valid question, and the answer is that I have no idea. If I had to guess I'd say it's a knockoff candy bar, although it also kinda sounds like the word this German lady across the street used to yell at me when I was a kid. Whatever it is, it's coming to the Wii.
Google Image Search tells me it's like Pool, only all the balls are red. One has to wonder why they didn't just call it Pool With Red Balls and save us all the trouble, but it's kind of a sport and I'm not Samit, so I'll just keep quiet. Titled WSC Real 09, the game uses the Wiimote as a
I guess if there are people out there playing this professionally, that makes it a real thing. In that case, some of you might know what it is and dig it. If that's you, you can check out all the details in the full press release after the jump. If that's not you, the game also features regular Pool, but that's for sissies. Real men play Snooker. Apparently.
KOCH CHALKS UP A WINNER WITH WSC REAL 09 ON Wii
89% - Official Nintendo Magazine
Koch Media, a leading producer and distributor of digital entertainment products, today announces further details of its forthcoming sports release World Snooker Championship Real 09. The game is being developed by Blade Interactive and will be available on WiiTM from 28th August 2009.
The official video game series of World Snooker returns in style for the 2009 season. Featuring the sport’s best players, world-famous venues and tournaments including all-new Bahrain, and with commentary from Snooker legends John Virgo, Steve Davis and John Parrot, the game is an essential for any fan.
WSC Real 09 is snooker as you’ve never seen it before, where the player uses the Wii Remote TM as their cue to battle it out against the sport’s best players as the battle to become world number one ensues. Players will feel like they’re actually in the Crucible as the unrivaled graphics bring the locations and tensions to life.
Play for real this autumn with WSC Real 09.
• The official tournaments of the 2009 season, including the all new Bahrain.
• Commentary by John Virgo, Steve Davis and John Parrot.
• The world Pool Championships and a mixed cue event called “Golden Cue”.
• Unrivaled graphics bring the stunning locations to life.
• Use the Wii Remote for superlative cue control.
• Play snooker, 8 ball, 9 ball, 3 ball and a variety of other cue sports.
• Practice your shots with the depth coaching modes.
• Watch your achievements mount up as your player rises through the ranks.
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For more information, please contact:
Charlotte, Lucy, Ramona at Lunch PR
Tel: 020 7575 3215
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