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Brunswick Pro Bowling

Brunswick Pro Bowling (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Sports, Bowling
Developer: Point of View
More Platforms: 3DS, PlayStation 3, PSP, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360


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Brunswick Pro Bowling review

Reviewed November 02, 2007

Paul Josua says: "Unfortunately, Brunswick Pro Bowling is hard to recommend to anyone, even the most hardcore bowling fan. Although the bowling mechanics are decent and there is a wealth of licensed Brunswick gear, they in no way balance the negatives. The lack of game modes and uninspired audiovisual design is a disaster; you’d be better of spending your money elsewhere."
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