Summary: as a huge fan of the bowling game in 'club house games', i was very excited and eagerly awaited the release date of this game. it HAD to be good -- well it is not! it makes zero use of the stylus, you aim with the D-pad and press A using an archaic power meter to throw the ball down the lane.
Summary: The publisher should be ashamed of putting out a shoddy amateurish game like this. Leaving aside the terrible graphics, it's painfully awful to play. You might think you'd use the stylus and touchscreen to control your shot, but no - in fact you just click left or right on the d-pad and then click...
Bowling comes to the DS (again) - AMF Bowling Pinbusters
26 July 2009
Excerpt: This review is of the Nintendo DS game, AMF Bowling - Pinbusters, published by Koch Media and Bethesda. As the name suggests, this is a game all about ten pin bowling. There are five different modes in which you can play this bowling game, the World Cup, precision bowling, quick play, duckpins and...
Pros: Excellent range of multi player options
Cons: Poor controls system, no touch screen support - generally repetitive game