Summary: As with my review of PBA Pro Bowling, this game also does not pick up on your bowling motion. My wife throws a backup ball (curves backward) in real life and Wii Sports picks up on that so the bowling is pretty realistic. This game does not.
Summary: the players stand in your way when you line up your shot, you have less control with your throw, its more a game of chance... we went back to the game we got with our wii. it is much better, we wanted to create and name our own players like on the football games so we know the tech exsist, maybe...
Summary: My husband and I got this game for our children 11, 13 & 15. They are very good with other bowling games but this one is a joke. The players are crude, the ball never goes where it should and it seems like it takes forever for this to ever get over.
Summary: I picked this game up in the 'bargain bin' for $[...] and figured even it was mediocre, it would be worth the price. I was wrong. The game is truly one of the video games I've ever played. The graphics are fair, but the gameplay and sound are horrid.
Summary: In agreement with the other reviewers, my family was not impressed with this game. The sports version of bowling is better. As for the characters, I wouldn't consider this for children even though it's rated E for everyone.
Summary: AMF should have tried this game before putting their name on it. This game has absolutely no sense of the physics of bowling or the position of the controller. My family has played this game one time and will never put it in the Wii again. It's that bad - really.
Summary: When I first bought the Wii, I purchased an additional handful of games to go along with it. AMF Bowling Pinbusters was one of the those games. It was moderately priced, and so I figured that it would make a nice diversion from time to time.