writes "Kevin Bacchus, Infinium's PR man and the brains behind the launch of the Xbox, has given a revealing interview with State in which he attempts to lay to rest once and for all the doubts about the Phantom's viability and, indeed, existence. The man himself: 'I built a game console. I know what it takes to do that. It wasn't until I met with the founders of the company as they were interested with bringing me on board that I realised that it was a lot less audacious than it seems on the surface.'"
Infinium has also recently announced
that they "will be shipping Java technology on its Phantom game receiver when it launches this fall"
, but with Xbox Live Arcade
seeming to duplicate at least some of Phantom's "advanced gaming on demand system"
functionality, and muck-raking sites such as 'Where Is Phantom?'
, billed as "The site for all [Infinium] Critics, Cynics, Detractors and Doubters"
, nipping at its heels, the company may have its PR work cut out for it.