...only needs one thing to make it perfect: allowing using L2/R2 instead of L1/R1 to release the dart (when using the regular PS3 controller, not the Move version). There is no way to remap the controls, an unbelievable mistake not to provide this.
Lets face it, it is much easier on the fingers to use the handy, easy to reach '2' buttons instead of the '1'. I have to quit after fifteen minutes to get a rest in the digits.
Otherwise this game is a classic!
A few words to beginners, playing without Move controller, this is my second day with the game and using max controller help I can usually hit 180. The game will be much tougher at the higher levels (less controller help).
Example, first learning the basics: Use max controller help, chose Whitlock, shoot treble 20: pull back the dart so that bottom of his thumb just barely reaches the black shadow on bottom/side of his nose. Double 20 pull back dart until thumb bottom is just *barely* below the same spot (this is a tiny bit longer throwing stroke). Double 19: pull back until thumb is exactly at his eye level. Treble 19: pull back until thumb is lined up with bottom eyelid (below the eye). Anywhere in side 11: Notice the lower on the board the target is, the shorter the throwing stroke must be. Therefore the stroke should be between the nose shadow and the bottom eyelid, about half way.
For each player you use, find the spot on hand and face to align the throw in the same way.