Chivalry is pretty fun. The bows are quite strong but also much harder to use efficiently than the melee weapons, which I feel is appropriate.
Dragon's Dogma has quite fun bow combat, but that is a PS3 title. --- TWSS hes speken end the wenner es E. There cen enle be ene. "If it can fit in a Pokeball it can fit in a Gatorade bottle. I'mma catch it." NobleRoar
The bow combat in that is a lot of fun, especially mounted archery once you get the hang of it and develop your character's skills and accuracy with bows. It's also fun to lead an army of bowmen, command them to move to the high ground, wait for the enemy to move into range and out of cover, then release volleys of arrows which block out the sun and decimate everything without decent armour.
The overall combat in Dark Messiah of Might and Magic is good too, bows included. The bows in it won't quite surpass the melee combat and your almighty boot in this kick'em up, but you can get a cool bow which fires rope arrows, allowing you to climb and swing almost anywhere and snipe fools with your other bows.