This game wasn't by any means horrible, but I had hoped for more. The game is basic and inconsistent. during game play I would make the same moves while doing my swing but often found myself with a less powerful swing. It makes me wonder if a perfect game is even possible. The character building was lacking as well. The attributes were very limited and not very graphically appealing. I know it's just a game but I was always one who believed if you're going to allow the player to create their character for the game, you need to do better than basic, lame, boring attributes to choose from. Now on to the few good things. All in all I think the game is decent. It plays well and isn't so hard to do that you get frustrated in trying to play it. It definitely is one the kids will love. It is a lot closer to the real game than other bowling games I have played and does require some thinking and skill. It allows for real time situations that occur in the real game such as lane conditions, ball types, league play, pin action, etc. Sadly though I would rather spend the money to go to a real alley than buy this game. I'm glad it was only a rental.
this game is way better than the other bowling game i tried... this is a cool game i'm a bowling fan so i will keep playing this game and hope to make a 300 scratch game since when i used to bowl before the highest i achieved was a 275 scratch and if i do at least i made may dream come true not in real life but on a game!!but my dream is still to achieve a 300 scratch in real life!!!.i just wonder have anyone who played this game ever achieve a 300 scratch? without a cheat code?...thanks
Overall, I wasn't really expecting this game to be the GREATEST bowling game to ever be made. Personally, I think that Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling is the best bowling game to be made to date. And that's OLD school, lol. The graphics on this game were great, sure, but could the music be any more repetitive?! Its the same 4 "songs" OVER and OVER again! I don't bowl with the music on anymore cuz the songs are too annoying. I do like the fact that they decided to use Brunswick bowling equipment in the game, but.... bowling balls do NOT cost $1500. I would know. This is why I want to make the perfect bowling sim. I'm no game programmer, but maybe my idea could lift off the ground, especially if EA picks it up =). The physics weren't too bad, but I did find it weird how a house ball can curve more than the Fury or even the Inferno line! Also, I know it was probably the best they could do with what they got, but the footwork, armswing, and all that didn't look realistic. I don't know anyone who bowls with that form. Just for thought, they should've had a feature like in the Tiger Woods series where players can select their swing from different choices. But that's just my 2 cents. If you love bowling, this game is a rental, but not a buy. If not, don't even bother... trust me, you're not missing anything.