PDC World Championship Darts Pro Tour Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A darts game, allowing players to participate in 6 different PDC Tournaments. The Platinum requires some skill and luck, while the online trophies are tough to unlock without boosting.
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PDC World Championship Darts Pro Tour
PDC World Championship Darts Pro Tour is a darts video game. Players can create their own character and participate in 6 different PDC tournaments, including UK Open, European Championship, and PDC World Championship, while competing against 16 PDC players, including Phil Taylor, Simon Whitlock, and Raymond van Barneveld. The game is also compatible with the PlayStation Move controller, and includes online multiplayer.
While PDC World Championship Darts Pro Tour received few reviews, those few gave the game relatively positive scores, with an average of 74%, praised mainly for its handle of controls, dart-championship atmosphere, and overall fun.
This is a high 2-star rating, due to the four online trophies. They are not particularly difficult, but due to the age of the game, it is quite difficult to find anyone to play with. However, with a boosting partner, the score can be brought down to a low 2-star, as the majority of the offline trophies are fairly doable.
Expect roughly 15-20 hours on this Platinum, depending on your skills and luck at finding someone online to play with.
First, we recommend making yourself a custom player to use in the Career playthrough, in order to unlock both the Bottom Rung and Taylor Made trophies. Your main goal here is to win the six main tournaments in the first season, which will net you the First Match Win, Victory, Halfway There, and The Champion trophies. Also, it should be noted that you do not need to with the Las Vegas Desert Classic, as this is DLC.
After that, you can move onto the Party Mode related trophies. There are 11 trophies you can unlock here, and most of which are quite quick and easy to obtain. You do not even need a second controller, as you can simply use one and switch it between Player 1 and 2 if you wish.
Next, there are a number of score-related trophies to unlock. Some of these you may have already gotten naturally during your playthroughs. Check out the trophy guides in our Links page to see which ones you still need and the requirements for each.
Now, there's the four online trophies. These are not difficult in themselves, and simply require you to enter an online match, win an online match, throw 50 darts, and throw 100 darts. The difficulty lies in finding someone to play with. If you're having trouble, check out some of the boosting forums under our Links tab.
Finally, simply mop-up any last few trophies you still need.
Here's a great Trophy Guide by Yokimoto:
And a useful Trophy Guide created by trophybot here:
An Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by shootermcgavin2:
A Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: