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Perfect Bowling

Perfect Bowling (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Sports, Bowling
Developer: Tokyo Shoseki


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Perfect Bowling review

Reviewed August 10, 2007

iamtheprodigy says: "It's quite a bold statement to say something is perfect. This is obviously because there are few things on this planet that we can say honestly have no flaws. One of these things, of course, would be a fresh roasted s'more. Another might be Maria Sharapova's body. One thing that we can definitely rule out as perfect though, is Perfect Bowling on the NES. The title isn't so much a bold statement as a dirty lie. This game isn't even worth the title Good Bowling or Mediocre Bowling..."
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