Summary: This game is a little tricky at first to get working, but once you figure out calibrating the move controller and using the bowling technique, it is a lot of fun. A fun game for using the PS3 Move technology. The publishers could have done a little better job in illustrating the setup.
Summary: I bought this game because the price was right. Despite the reviews I I didn't think I'd share the same negative reviews. At first the game wouldn't see my Move controller. After pressing "select" and calibrating through the game, everything worked fine.
Summary: Game was very good. Definitely looks real (surface-wise) but the physics is still questionable. Besides that, the only other thing i can think of that could improve this game is more options to customize your player, like attributes for your bowling skills.
Summary: Anyone play this online on the PS3? I am looking to play against people on this game, but no one ever seems to be online, it just says host... Also, if anyone plays any other popular bowling games for the PS3, please advice me of any others that more people are online with.
Summary: After playing Wii I didn't think much of the whole motion thing with gaming. I had heard that Sony made it less "cartoonish" so I gave it a shot. This game requires some skill. It's much more realistic and therefore it is 'harder' to play.
Summary: I purchased Brunswick Pro Bowling, looking for a game my wife, son and I could enjoy, utilizing the new Sony Move. As games are currently somewhat limited, I decided on Brunswick's Pro Bowling hoping to enjoy it the way we have on the Wii.
Summary: When I first started I couldn't get the ball more than 8mph either. Or I was getting a fast one, then a slow one with no consistency. Now I'm between 17 and 21mph. Here's some tips, some of which have been mentioned before: 1.