In this morning’s preview of Guard dogs: Legion Online I said I am really looking forward to throwing darts online against other human players once the mode launches on March 9th. It is sincere. Whenever I return to near future London and end up in a pub, especially when I make a quick trip back to DedSec headquarters, I inevitably play five or six rounds.
I swear I started this game special Play darts, take it all off when I finished throwing.
Not that there is anything wrong with that! The arrows in Guard dogs: Legion
And look, Ubisoft Toronto made a good mini-game. Watch Dogs Darts is designed simply and well executed. You control the crosshair with a nosedive and imprecise manipulation over the area you are aiming for. The expanding and contracting crosshairs indicate the random area your arrow will land in. Smaller crosshairs = better throw. Of course, the crosshair also moves and cannot be kept stationary, leading to missed opportunities and rash throws. Just like darts.
Of course everyone in Watchdog: LegionYou can play darts while drinking, and the screen and soundtrack will warp up to increase the difficulty. Darts wins pay off ETO, the in-game currency that buys all these punk fashions. That will probably be more important than Guard dogs: Legion Online implements a seasonal schedule for in-game content.
What I want to know is the mini game supports two player competition drunk Darts, or is it just sober? (Simulated poisoning is another area in which Guard dogs: Legion resembles Grand Theft Auto 4
But since you are still recruiting NPCs for your cause Guard dogs: Legion Online it means that you can connect with a drug dealer through the power of the arrows.
Anyway, I get it – why the hell should there be a darts video game of its own when anyone who is passionate about the sport can just buy their own dart board and drill holes in their basement drywall IRL?
It seems that we are just capturing darts as an immersive side activity on the large buffet of open world games. If so, Guard dogs: LegionThe version is as good as it gets.