The game promises to be a much more in-depth bowling experience than that offered in Wii Sports. Players can customize their bowler and bowling ball extensively and there are 10 bowling venues modeled on actual Brunswick locations.
Career mode sees you progressing through the ranks from amateur up to professional in a number of tournaments. Multiplayer is supported as well, with up to 4 players able to play in a game. Just watch out for the dreaded 7-10 split.
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