Summary: Quality. Bought it for myself, and lacking imagination, for relatives as well when their birthday pops round. Find myself getting dartitis like real darts players and adjusting the grip and shaking my head when I sling 3 darts into the treble one. The character design could do with more bling and obesity to add on to your characters though, we need to be able to design Bobby George or pre-diet Andy Fordham style characters.
Summary: Im a big fan of real darts and now that I cant have a real dart board in the house, Ive been looking for a good computer darts game as a replacement, Ive found it. As this is a WII game, you have a throwing motion like a real dart so you actually do feel like you are throwing a dart. The max assist is brilliant as it allows you compete in games, not be hammered all the time, however, you still have to learn a bit as you wont win everything right from the start off.
Summary: Excellent game, bought this for my partner and he hasnt put it off since. I have had a go myself and I have to admit even I started to to get competitive. Would definately recommend if you are a darts fan.
Conclusion: After hearing about last years feeble attempt at a quality darts game for the Wii I was weary about purchasing this (I got this from another retailer for same price) but I am pleasantly surprised with this offering. Gameplay is easy to pick up (start of with "max assist" to get you going) and the commentary from Sid Waddell is good, although a little repetitive in places, but still good fun.
Conclusion: Bought the game today and it really is great fun to play. The graphics have improved immensely and the added music is great. The crowd is more involved, slightly more commentary and a much easier way of throwing darts. I was banging in 180's after 1 leg. Small efforts really add to the overall game, such as the player squinting when they are going for a double.