Super Bowling (Nintendo 64)

Super Bowling Nintendo 64 Title screen.

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Everyone
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Sport
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Critic Score
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5.0
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67
IGN
I was a bit pessimistic about Super Bowling at first. It looked terrible, was well overdue and only had two selectable characters and alleys to begin with. I thought I was going to dread the entire review process. However, after giving it a chance and learning the controls it was somewhat fun to challenge other characters and play the semi-realistic alleys. How often do you get the chance to bowl in the middle of a forest or on an icy pond? So, all things considered this is actually worth renting on a rainy Sunday if you and/or a friend enjoy bowling.
65
X64
Super Bowling peut être distrayant, voire original; à condition de l'acheter à plusieurs et de faire des roulements.
60
Digital Press - Classic Video Games
Out of the three bowling titles in the N64’s canon (the others being Milo’s Astro Lanes and Brunswick Circuit Pro Bowling) Super Bowling is the best bet. The challenge could be raised a few more notches but the style direction is highly commendable, and may be the sole reason that will keep the player coming back after everything is unlocked.