PDC 2009 improves on last year’s game in many keys areas, but it still doesn’t hit the bull’s-eye.
Were this any other review, I’d normally begin by talking about the franchise’s history, the state of its genre, or perhaps give a little background into its development. For PDC World Championship Darts, I’m not going to bother, instead just outright telling you that this game is complete and total crap.
- The throwing method with the Wii Remote in PDC World Championship Darts 2009 is all new, having been re-designed and improved, from the 2008 version. The mechanism has been completely rewritten to give you the most realistic darts throwing experience yet â€“ so you’ll have no excuse if you miss an easy shot
- With over 4,000 lines of commentary using TV’s voice of darts, Sid Waddell and raspy voiced scorer Russ Bray, PDC World Championship Darts 2009 on Wii will prove to be a double top darts experience
- Left handed but not left out? The full list now includes 2 left handed players, James “the Gladiator” “009” Wade & Alan “the Saint” Tabern, who are new to the game â€“ so no need to feel others have the unfair advantage
Minimum System Requirements OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Processor: Pentium 3 @ 750 MHz
Memory: 256 Mb Hard Drive: 3 Gb free
Video Memory: 32 Mb
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible DirectX: 9.0
Total Size:524.00 MB