Touch Darts DS

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  • Summary: Ever fancied yourself as a bit of a dartist, but can't seem to score more than 34 on a real board? Then SEGA Presents Touch Darts is sure to have you on the edge of your oche! Touch Darts combines regular dart tournaments with a mixture of hilarious multiplayer modes and mini-games. SwingEver fancied yourself as a bit of a dartist, but can't seem to score more than 34 on a real board? Then SEGA Presents Touch Darts is sure to have you on the edge of your oche! Touch Darts combines regular dart tournaments with a mixture of hilarious multiplayer modes and mini-games. Swing the DS stylus back and forth to throw and revel in the realistic game mechanic. It's so realistic your mum may well ban it from the house and send you out to play in the garage. And a dilemma will crop up immediately - the all important nickname. Will you be 'The Count', 'The Countess' or even 'The Accountant' - it's your decision. With a fresh and unique style, SEGA Presents Touch Darts allows you to progress from local pub legend to World Champion, or take on your friends in versus mode. [Sega Europe] Expand
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  1. Where it counts Sega Presents Touch Darts is a triumph. Whether idly playing through the various mini-games or bucking down to a tricky leg in a long tournament the game is perfectly accessible, easy to pick up but hard to master and, even without wireless multiplayer or an adaptive AI this is still comfortably the best Darts videogame going.
  2. If you're after a game to show just why the DS has been such a huge success, look no further than Touch Darts. Its perfectly tuned gameplay is hard to resist and if it weren't for a lack of true multiplayer we'd probably be looking at the best sports game on the handheld. Sadly, Touch Darts is a game that you'll love for a week and then forget about.
  3. Touch Darts' refined control method make it a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
  4. Official Nintendo Magazine UK
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    One of the toughest videogames for some time. [Sept 2007, p.74]
  5. Games Master UK
    59
    Decent, but it looks, feels and plays like a budget game - a meaty price tag is cheeky. [Sept 2007, p.77]
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  1. boyracer
    Sep 27, 2007
    7
    A very well implemented darts game, but the exclusion of wi-fi multiplayer is a big big negative. The AI can only offer so much of a A very well implemented darts game, but the exclusion of wi-fi multiplayer is a big big negative. The AI can only offer so much of a challenge and you'll sooner or later complete all the tournaments. Can be picked up for a budget price now so still recommended if you like darts. Let's hope the next version includes multiplayer over wi-fi. Then it'll be awesome. Expand