Summary: There was actually a sequel to this probably forgotten Playstation bowling game??? That was my reaction when I went through a garage sale purchase my little brother and dad made which resulted in a Wii with accessories and bunches of discs for $53. Pretty good deal, I must say, but that doesn't change the fact that this game in particular is anything but a keeper.
Summary: Ok, so the graphics are not as good as they could have been. Considering this game against some of the other bowling games we have played, this game is pretty decent. You have more control over the curve of the ball after releasing by moving the Wii remote either left or right (in a rolling motion). Single player offers regular ten pin, tournament play, and trick shot play.
Summary: I found the game ok but unfortunately others that played it with me.. could not get it to work as ball would not go down the alley for them.. the only difference is that I am left handed and shorter than they are.. makes no sense as we are all about tournaments and playing against each other..
Summary: I played this game quiet a few times sense i got it. It's fun and the characters are fun. This is an awesome game. If you haven't played it yet you got to lot's to do and way faster and more accurate then the other bowling game i have...I give it two thumbs up.
Summary: This game is not the best and is more frustrating than fun. You can't bowl like you do on the Wii Sports bowling. I spent more time throwing my ball back into the crowd than at the pins. The instruction booklet in the game dedicates a whole paragraph on how to throw the ball. Too bad it does not specify on how to throw the ball in front of you. It just won't happen. 9 out of 10 times, the ball gets thrown behind you.