Summary: I bought this thinking this game was going to be brilliant as the pictures made it look exciting. We found this difficult to use the controls on this game , no precision in 'throwing' your dart so really you have a hard task of winning.
Excerpt: "...The game focuses on the PDC the "glitz and glamour" side of darts, it has the top 16 players in the PDC with numerous formats you can play. The game modes are a plus point of this title with several to choose from witch includes a career mode, exhibition mode and party games. The gameplay lets this game down so badly, throwing the dart is surely the central point of the game and it seems they've just forgotten about it. There are two ways to use ...
Conclusion: This darts game for me was quite hard to master. Your hands have to be very steady with the wii remote. But the hardest thing is that even on easy mode, the computer gets treble or double 20 every time it is so hard.
Summary: I was really looking forward to this game thinking that it would work great with the intuitive Wii controls. To be perfectly honest I would rather watch bullseye than play this game. When you play a Wii game you expect the controls to be straight forward, hold the remote like a dart as if you was throwing a dart and then throw, but no that doesn't happen with this game, it either misses the board or misses the place you were aiming at.
Summary: I was really excited when I saw this game. I struggle to find games that my husband and I can play together, but this seemed ideal. However it became obvious very very quickly that this really wasn't going to fit the bill. The controls are really difficult to master and there is nothing to really help. I think I'll trade this in asap.
Summary: We have had this game for just a week and I'm so frustrated with it!! The first go I had I was completely rubbish but then seemed to get the hang of it. My husband tried but could not throw one dart!! He just could not get used to the difficult style of throwing. It's very inconsistent when you press A to release your dart as it doesn't always leave your hand. I have had another go and I had to put it away in my frustration.