Summary: Simple...if you are a "pick up from the shelf and master the game straight away" gamer...don't buy this! You'll become easily frustrated and end up kicking the cat over into next door's garden! However, for the more laid back gamer, who slowly tries to get to grips with a game, it is a brilliant game. I bought it for my girlfriend and was a bit wary with all the reviews it had been given.
This game is fantastic, you just have to be patient
4 July 2008
Summary: Despite the negative reviews on here, I want to say this game is superb, it is tricky to master, but thats more the challene right? what fun would it be to line the dart up and throw it any old how and score 180's nearly every time? admittedly you can pick it up quicker if have thrown a dart, as I do and within a hour had hit a 9 dart finish, however my 6 year old nephew played me and he picked it up quite well, and had no problem hitting the odd treble 20.
Summary: After reading all the negative comments and reviews surrounding this game, I was a bit reluctant to spend the £30 or so to buy it. However, I'm glad I did buy it as it has proved to be a very enjoyable game. Although the control was a little difficult to master initially, it really didn't take too long, and my 10 year old son has managed it very well too, scoring a couple of 180's in the process.
Summary: I love this game, it is not too difficult to master as some of the people have said on here. It is very addictive too - hours can pass by without you realising.I would thoroughly recommend it.
Summary: I ended up really liking this game although so far I have only been able to play it on my own. The tournaments are very good and capture very well the atmosphere of a live darts game, the animations and 'cutting' of the sequences are very good although I found a few bugs (if you ever end up with 82 left, don't follow the checkout that comes up, because it comes to 80!) The controls I found took a little getting used to, but after a short while it was pretty easy.