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: With a video game, as with the proverbial book, it's generally not advisable to judge the contents by the cover. Game titles usually proffer precious little information about the nature of the game itself, opting for an attention grabber or brand identifier over a content descriptor. It's a rare game that lays it all out in the title, yet Brunswick Pro Bowling is one of those games.
Pros: Attractive ball and pin visuals, Brunswick goods will delight professional bowling fans
Cons: Wii controls don't allow accuracy to the degree the game demands, Excitement sacrificed on altar of realism, Same thing over and over again
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.