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Classic Game Room HD reviews Wii SPORTS BOWLING for the Nintendo Wii. This is the first Wii game review from Classic Game Room! Wii Sports Bowling is the game that comes with the base model Wii Sports Package and is a lot of fun. This game effectively uses the very unique Wii controller for that close to reality feel when you bowl! Bowl a strike, spare of horrible disaster with Wii bowling and your Mii character. Create some interesting and unique Mii's with the Wii software, I made a Mii of me (and the dog) and bowled against Wind Squid-Fu, the legendary fictional rendition of a fictional character. This game can be played with up to four people, even using one standard Wii controller. Compete in intense bowling matches and tournaments as you bowl the ball down the lane. Avoid getting a gutterball, as the footage shows. There are lots of ways to bowl in Wii bowling, you can even put spin on the ball right or left. It's bowling, Classic Game Room style! Look for more exciting Nintendo Wii and Gamecube video game reviews from Classic Game Room, the most exciting thing since baked beans.
15 Aug 2012
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In the wii bowling training game, power bowler, this is the cheat to get a strike on the last frame with 91 pins, which, when mult. by 2, gives you 182 points!!!
31 Dec 2006
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This is an easy way to get a strike on the first frame of the bowling game, power bowler.
31 Dec 2006
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On practice mode "Power Throws" do the following: 1.Press A, then two clicks left, or right (depending on hand setting) 2.Click A again, hold left, or right all the way over to the railing 3.Slightly tilt Wiimote left or right(opposite of direction before), then strongly throw the ball. If done correctly, then you will see this explosion!
23 Mar 2008
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Because so many people thought my 890 was fraudulent and claimed it wasn't "truly perfect" because of the bumper rail trick, I video'ed a "truly perfect" rendition. The camera battery died on the last frame before the final score came up, but you see all the pins fall down and it does show that "91 pins" fell down. And fantastically enough, youtube's transcoding unsync'ed the audio, and clipped off a second or so from the end, so the already-short run just got shorter.
19 Aug 2009
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The National Basketball Association is a men's professional basketball league in North America; composed of 30 teams. It is widely considered to be the premier men's professional basketball league in the world.
Classic Game Room HD reviews Bowling for the Magnavox Odyssey 2 video game console. Also known as the Philips Videopac G7000 in Europe and other places, the O2 had some pretty cool games. This isn't one of them. In fact, this could be the worst "bowling" game ever created, if you can even call it bowling. Wii Sports Bowling this is not. Turn on your G-7000 and insert the enormous, handle bespeckled cartridge into the slot with a loud "CaCHunk!" sound. Turn on the power and be greeted with minutes of entertainment from giant blocks that do little more than move about the screen in an illogical manner. Classic Game Room loves the classics, but even in 1980 or '79 or whatever year this came out this game sucked. It was fun to review though, because in between the awesome games like K.C. Munchkin, Bioshock and Assault Heroes we need to review some duds? How can you know if a game is really good if you can't compare it to a game that is awful beyond words. Well, here's one word - BOWLING! Strike... out! This is the gutter whore of the gutter ball, the rancid hot dog of the bowling alley, the smelly shoes from the rental stand. This is BOWLING! on the Magnavox Odyssey 2 video game system. CGR reviews classic video games and the worst bowling video game ever made, Bowling! (not to be confused with Bowling for the Atari 2600, which was actually pretty good.) Retro reviews like you've never seen them before.
28 Aug 2012
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XaviX Bowling review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of XaviX Bowling from SSD Company Limited for the XaviX Port. XaviX Bowling is a motion controlled bowling game for the XaviX Port video game console. Yes, these are all real things. Xavix Bowling is exactly like the bowling game from Wii Sports, only with pixels and a huge plastic bowling ball. Of all the XaviX games we've tortured Derek with, this one was CLEARLY the worst. In fact, it's one of the worst motion control games we've ever played. Just mark it zero. This video review features video gameplay footage of XaviX Bowling and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
8 Sep 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews BRUNSWICK PRO BOWLING for Nintendo Wii. Bowl like a professional in a championship... sort of, well, maybe.... bowl on your Wii with this game from Crave and Far Sight, the same team who brought us the awesome Williams Pinball Hall of Fame. Although not as strong of an offering as their pinball games, Brunswick may have what bowling fanatics crave. Create a character and play through a tournament or against a friend. Brunswick Pro Bowling uses the Wiimote (although not as well as Wii Sports Bowling from Nintendo). Earn money and respect, spend that cash on new clothing items and bowling balls. Level your character up and improve their skills. While this is far from a perfect game it may appeal to those of you looking for a bowling championship style game. Personally I'd recommend Gottlieb or Williams Pinball Hall of Fame on PS2 or Wii. This CGRHD review of Brunswick Professional Bowling has gameplay footage from Brunswick Pro Bowling for Wii. Classic Game Room reviews Wii games as a Wii reviewer reviewing Wii video games.
9 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room reviews the NINTENDO Wii video game console! The Wii could be Nintendo's best console since the original NES Nintendo Entertainment System. The Wii is a revolutionary gaming system and this Wii review shows what makes the Wii special vs. the PS3 and the Xbox 360. Is the Wii for you, would you rather play Wii fit or shoot things with massive laser cannons in HDTV graphics? The Wii may not be hi-def but it is hi-tech (owwww, that sucked!) and has a really unique controller that uses motion sensing technology and a nunchuk to make actions happen on the screen. The Wii is marketed as a unique social gaming console with a more family appropriate array of games. It gets you up off the couch (if you want that... boo standing!) and can have you dacing around the room playing games like Wii Sports Bowling, Golf and Far Cry Vengeance. This is a unique CGR review of the Wii not seen anywhere else, where Classic Game Room pours 30+ years of gaming experience over the Wii. Does the system have what it takes to be successful (it already is), will the Wii sell out in stores (yes), will the Wii dominate the universe in a way not seen since the Atari 2600??? With the unique controller, Nintendo proprietary games like Mario Cart, Super Smash Brothers Brawl and Metroid Prime 3 Corruption one could say the Wii has a chance... Wii vs. PS3 vs. Xbox 360. Bring it on into Classic Game Room stadium!
18 Aug 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Brunswick Pro Bowling from FarSight Studios and Crave Entertainment for the PlayStation 3. Brunswick Pro Bowling is also available for the Nintendo Wii. You can play Brunswick Pro Bowling with either a PlayStation Move controller or the standard DualShock 3. Regardless of which you use, both utilize motion. You're doing the same bowling motion you did in Wii Sports, only in that game, it actually works. We recorded the game using the DualShock, but things aren't much better with the Move. In fact, if anything, they're worse. Although Sony's controller can detect subtle wrist movements, Brunswick Pro Bowling doesn't seem to care. You have to execute seriously exaggerated motions to get the game to work, and even then, it pales in comparison to the accuracy of Wii Sports bowling. This video review features video gameplay footage of Brunswick Pro Bowling for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
18 Oct 2012
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