Bowling Reviews (PlayStation)
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PSX Nation (Mar 13, 2001)
This is the best $10 offering from the Agetec budget line-up released on PSX so far, and we highly recommended it to bowling veterans and newcomers alike. "Bowling" doesn't pretend to be much more than an affordable and unlicensed virtual recreation of an American passtime, and it succeeds at what it does.
PSM (Apr, 2001)
As with most of the emerging budget line games for PSOne, be forewarned that you can still find better bowling sims in your game shop's bargain bin for the same price, maybe even cheaper. Heck, even Tekken Bowling (a hidden mode in Tekken Tag Tournament on PS2) is just as good. But if you just want a basic game of bowling and don't want to go digging, this one's worth a shot.
All Game Guide (2001)
There is not much else that can be said about Bowling, because the game is extremely shallow in the feature department. In fact, the game is about as deep as some of the bowling mini-games you will find in games like Super Monkey Ball 2 and Tekken Tag Tournament (which happen to be much more eye-appealing). Then again, for gamers just looking for simple tenpin simulation, Bowling is worth a roll once or twice.
Random Access (Sep 02, 2014)
Alright, if my sarcasm wasn't immediately detected, then I apologize. Let's take a brief look at "The Bowling", not to be confused with "The Boweling", a horror flick concocted in the seedy underbelly of frightening cinema. It's bowling. And, sadly, it's not very fun bowling. Just imagine the alpha version of the bowling from Wii Sports, and you have this.