Summary: Own Brunswick Pro Bowling for the original PSX and absolutely love the game. But since I also own a PS3, figured this would be awesome to get the same game with much better graphics. When I got the game and it said MOVE compatable, I was thinking,"cool, you can use it either way!" WRONG!!!!
Summary: I purchased this game hoping to finally have a motion-control bowling game for the PS3, since Sports Champions sadly did not have a bowling game available. After ordering this game, I discovered High Velocity Bowling, which I immediately purchased and checked out.
Summary: this is a super fun game. it is bowling except not going. The most annoying part is the setup to get started. If you have more than one person, it isn't a quick select, you have to spend a lot of time and don't forget to sync the move before the game comes on otherwise the game won't see the...
Summary: The game it's pretty simple, it's easy to learn how to play. If you like Bowling, this game is good for you. Every character have it's own settings and depending in them, the result can vary, even with the same effort from you. I recomend it.
Summary: This game has a problem with PS move. I've read others reviews about it and a lot of other players had the same problem I had: to calibrate the ps move. You can also play with ps3 controller, but it's a lot different playing like you were playing real bowling.
Summary: Ok bowling game for the PS3 move. Not great graphics or playability, but there are only two choices out there. This is the more family oriented bowling style and has a little more depth of playability.
Adam McCune "I just need to borrow some sweats.", Amazon
23 October 2010
Summary: First off, let me say that I agree with the reviewers who have said that patience and practice is important with this game. If you expect this game to be like Wii bowling where you can stand there, whip your arm and expect a strike, you will not like this game.