Conclusion: After spending a considerable amount of time with the game we've managed to break the steep learning curve and now consider the game to be fun, especially, with more than two players. However, we have to emphasize that this is in fact a bowling sim title and not the pick-up and play style of Wii Sports: Bowling. If you're a diehard bowling pro, or think that you are, then you might appreciate the advanced gameplay mechanics that Brunswick Pro Bowling has to offer.
Pros: Complex as a sim, Oil patterns are challenging
Cons: We miss pick-up-and-play bowling, Steep learning curve, No Mii characters
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.