1080p PS Move Top Darts revealed

Coming to PlayStation Network this Christmas.

Sony's announced Top Darts, a 1080p PlayStation Move game due out this Christmas on PlayStation Network for £6.29 / €7.99.

Wait, that's right around the corner!

On the US PlayStation Blog Sony Computer Entertainment America associate producer Michael Pulst describes Top Darts as a "realistic" darts game, but newcomers are welcome.

It's got 501, Around the Clock and Cricket (no, not that Cricket). Check out the first shiny screenshots below.

Up to eight people can play in multiplayer. If you're on your lonesome, League and Cup modes should keep you busy. That and commentary from Sid Waddell.

Of course the most interesting thing about Top Darts is the ability to play using the Move controller. Just don't let go.

On the EU PlayStation Blog, Mark McGinley, senior producer at developer XDev Studio Europe, explained further.

"The game's controls have been specially designed to take advantage of the three dimensional depth and precision of the PlayStation Move and the interaction between player and dart is better than any darts game you've ever played before," McGinley said.

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