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Brunswick Pro Bowling review

AT A GLANCE
  • Brunswick license intact
  • Realizing actual bowling is more fun
  • Wii Sports in comparison
  • Controls are screwy
  • Realizing you're playing the anti-fun
  • Who cares about the Brunswick license?

Compounding the anti-fun mentality of gear-enhanced skill is a swing scheme nabbed from Wii Sports but applied with all the finesse of an industrial ball polisher - a pro bowler forced to use a child's rolling ramp, if you will. Brunswick's bowlers hail from the school of animatronic sportsman that populated Tiger Woods 07 - fixed swing animation no matter what the input - making it hard to calibrate your own movements with those on screen.

With Wii Sports's deft entertainment gracing us for free, there's simply no need for the hassle of Brunswick.

More Info

Release date: Aug 28 2007 - Wii (US)
Sep 21 2007 - Wii (UK)
Available Platforms: Wii, PSP, PS3, PS2
Genre: Sports
Published by: 505 Games
Developed by: Point of View
ESRB Rating:
Everyone

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