Conclusion: Elf Bowling 1 & 2 isn't a two-game set. It's a cruel holiday joke that preys on the ignorant and uninformed.
Pros: The only DS game filled with frequent appearances of bare-bottomed elves .
Cons: Charging 20 bucks for two freebie PC games is morally reprehensible, There's more gameplay in the system's setup menu, Weak 2D backgrounds and character graphics, Crass audio was hardly funny in 1999, No extras whatsoever.
Summary: Both games are completely devoid of gameplay, fun, and flair. Worse, they are available free for the PC.
Pros: Probably the only GBA game to feature bare-bottomed elves
Cons: Charging 20 bucks for two freebie PC games is morally reprehensible, You can experience the same amount of gameplay with the system turned off, Weak 2D backgrounds and character graphics, Crass audio was hardly funny in 1999, No extras whatsoever
Excerpt: Have you ever played a game in the Mario Party series? If you have, you know that the entertainment value in games of that type lies in a horde of uncomplicated games that can be played by just about anybody. What makes the game last is the quantity of different mini-games to play and the fact that you never have to play the same one long enough for it to reach the point where it's boring. You might be wondering what that has to do with this game.