By Bob Strauss
Updated October 30, 1992 at 05:00 AM EST

Finally, while it still doesn’t rack up to the real thing, at least Super Bowl (for Super NES) has a sense of humor — an animated green chicken comments on the action, the on-screen players make funny faces when they throw gutter balls, and there’s a ”golf ball” option that lets you alleviate bowling’s inherent lack of excitement by assigning pars for different pin setups. Unlike The Blue Marlin or Side Pocket, Super Bowling offers at least one improvement over the real-life game: Scoring is completely automatic, meaning you don’t need a degree in particle physics to tabulate two spares after a strike. B