Conclusion: Diner Dash: Flo on the Go extends the addictive formula, while adding a few new twists along the way. While the presentation feels cramped and a bit clunky on the DS, fans of the series will nevertheless enjoy this entry.
Excerpt: It sounds like something from a made-for-television movie: food service worker Flo and her good friend are about to board a cruise ship for a fabulous vacation when they suffer the misfortune of losing their luggage.
Summary: Diner Dash: Flo on the Go is a typical Diner Dash experience. The gameplay is fun and addicting, but there isn’t much else to the package at all. The presentation is poor, the bonuses are a wash, and it doesn’t have the legs of other games in its genre.
Excerpt: ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s your typical repetitively addictive game that you can play online just about anywhere. The value of this game is that you can Ã¢â‚¬Å“buyÃ¢â‚¬Â� upgrades for your restaurants that your character just suddenly decides one day that they must own.
Conclusion: At $30 it's difficult to wholeheartedly recommend Diner Dash on the PSP or DS, especially when you can play a limited version of the game for free on the PC or get the full version for just $20. Sure, it's fun while it lasts, but once it's over there's very little here to get you to revisit it.
Pros: Strikes a nice balance between being challenging and fun, Touch-screen controls work well, Multiplayer is a decent addition.
Cons: Very simple graphics, Little variety to the audio, Not much replay value.