Strike Force Bowling Xbox


Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 2 out of 10
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  1. It's a shame so many critics are casually dismissing this game as “just another budget title”. When somebody can make a game this fun and addicting and sell it for under $20 I have to tip my hat and say “well done”.
  2. It's certainly not a realistic bowling game by any stretch, but it is fun and with up to four players it not bad to have to whip out at a party or if you just want to throw a few games. Good job.
  3. The wacky locales, characters, bowling balls, and game modes put an interesting spin on the sport, even if it isn’t integral to the gameplay.
  4. As a diversion, Strike Force Bowling is an average title that has some stumbles in terms of animation, but otherwise captures the physics of the sport.
  5. This game should be packed in free with cases of beer, since it seems to play best when you’ve got a few drinks in you.
  6. Regardless of what you call it, the game attempts to combine zany locales with tried-and-true bowling mechanics, but the game lacks substance and ultimately won't please bowling fans, be they hardcore or casual.
  7. Xbox Nation Magazine
    Multiple game types add some much-needed variety: skins play, challenge, and golf modes exhaust all possibilities for ball-pin interaction. [Aug 2004, p.83]
  8. Game Informer
    The game fails in the simple task of capturing the excitement of actual bowling. [July 2004, p.112]
  9. Technically, it's a somewhat solid game, but it's also lacking anything of real interest, outside of the locales.
  10. 40
    A scant few unlockable extras and sorely limited tournament play makes Strike Force one that's strictly for the avid, LSD enchanted bowler with a negative attention span.

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