Summary: As stated before, whether
is something worth spending even a 3-night rental fee is going to depend on whether you’re as much into bowling as the dearly departed Colin McRae was into rally racing. But even if you are a PBA Tour contender, the game contains a number of presentation faux pas as well as some flaws in the core gameplay mechanics that may give gamers a second thought, to say nothing of the above-average learning curve.
Summary: A year after Wii Sports hits it big Crave Entertainment is here to bring you a deep bowling simulator. While the game looks good and has enough single-player content to keep you going for several weeks, the game's poor controls and unforgiving difficulty pulls the whole package down. Brunswick Pro Bowling is a good attempt, but Crave is going to need to fix some of the problems before I can recommend this game.