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Bowling (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Tags: Sports, Bowling
Developer: Atari
More Platforms: Intellivision, PlayStation, Switch


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Bowling review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "The sport of bowling is a special game. God hasn't made many people who hate losing more than I do, at any game, but especially at those that I like a lot. I hate that side of myself, but I've learned to live with it. I've also learned to deal with the fact that I usually hate any game that I'm not really good at. It takes a special kind of game to keep me liking it even if I suck at it, and bowling is one of those. Rarely do I ever reach the embarrassing total of 100 points in an entire game of..."
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