Conclusion: Overall, this is a decent game; it has a lot of positive qualities and options galore, and while there are quite a few flaws, none ruin the whole experience. Video game pool will probably never be quite as fun as the real deal, and future games will hopefully get closer than Pool Hall Pro does, but for now, it’s a reasonable approximation at a reasonable cost.
Conclusion: If you’re into the green felt or want to get someone else into it without breaking the bank, know that this is the best Wii Pool game I’ve played outside of Wii Play (this is better, naturally). It’s also the only one. PR, if you’ve got a Pool game I’ll happily check it out. Just use the email link on this page.
Summary: Pool Hall Pro calls on players of all levels from amateurs to pool sharks to take on the world’s toughest opponents as they travel the globe mastering an array of pool and snooker games in order to earn fame and fortune.
Conclusion: While the graphics and sound( s are the weak points of Pool Hall Pro, as a total package, Icon Games did a nice job replicating real life pool for the Nintendo Wii console. With several different options and gameplay modes to choose from, Pool Hall Pro is well worth its $30 price tag and worth the countless hours you will spend playing the game.