Summary: This is a pretty fun game that most anyone can play. The shot is set-up first and then the swing is a button, not one of the joysticks on the controller, which I think requires a little less skill than some action games. It's still fun though, and it makes the game accessible to younger (and older) players that might get frustrated otherwise. It is still challenging, and there are a lot of fun different scenarios to bowl in (pirates ships, Wild West, etc.).
Summary: I found this the other day in a bargain game bin at Best Buy; the price was practically next to nothing, so I picked it up. It's very different than your standard bowling game, but that's what gives it its' character & makes it fun. I spent the first 15 minutes laughing hysterically at some of the areas that you can bowl in, and the rest of the time getting addicted to the gameplay.
Summary: I've had SO much trouble getting this game to load it's unbelievable! IF it eventually loads (one out of maybe 20 tries) it's a cute game. I assume the problem is because the disc is navy blue. I don't have any trouble with other games.
Summary: this game sucked! I bought it, played it once and then took it back! If you are a hardcore bowler this might be for u. game play sucks. I wish that the star level could go lower! It was no fun at ALL!
Summary: strike force bowling is a fun game to play with the whole family i like all the different charactors thay have in it and its really easy to learn and would recommend it to everyone who enjoys bowling
Summary: This is an inexpensive and fun title that is a must have for your family PS2 collection. Not only is there traditional bowling, but you also get to bowl in many other scenarios (wild west, on the beach, etc.). The game is easy to learn, but challenging enough to be highly addicting. Your family will fight over this game, saying "I'm next!
Summary: I bought this game for $10 at Best Buy. It's a pretty fun game multiplayer, but playing against the computer can get boring fairly fast. I'm not going to lie, the graphics are down right terrible and players are limited to very few movements and look choppy. However, we all know that graphics don't make a game. It's a fairly challenging game, with a lot of fun places you can bowl other than the ol' bowling alley, including the jungle and a pirate ship.
Summary: Well i'll be, a bowling game huh? Not as bad as AMF but not as good as Cricuit Pro 1&2 or ten pin alley, this game offers a variety of bowlers, balls and locations to test your bowling skill. The fun of unlocking various characters and locations is great until 10 minutes later you realized that everything is basically done and you have nothing to look forward to. Well how about winning money in tournaments?
Summary: Not a good game at all. The graphics are something you might expect out of a PS1 game with blocky flavorless characters that move in an odd herky jerky style in cut scenes and can only seem to manage a rather wan amount of excitement when making a strike. This game generally looks and plays like it's 1998 and it would've only been just Ok even by those lower standards.