Summary: I am a huge fan of time management games and this is one of my favorites since I have still have not been able to beat it! I was so stunned that I actually bought it, a thing I hardly ever do. The gameplay is simple - make sushi - but it has added complexity in that you must practically memorize several recipes and remember to reorder your food supplies during gameplay. Love it!
Works well in 3DS, but buggy and doesn't save in DS Lite
K K, Amazon
11 February 2012
Summary: I was playing this on a DS Lite and having all sorts of problems with tapping on one ingredient and having another being picked up and the mat rolling up by itself, and as other reviewers have said, the game did not save. But when I play the same cartridge on the 3DS, the controls work flawlessly, and the game also saves (when you tap on Play at the beginning of the game, the next screen has an extra option to Continue Story, where in the DS Lite you could only start a...
Summary: This game is pretty fun and it is exactly what it was described to be. Some people have commented on there not being a way to save the game, however I have not had this issue. The game saves for me after each day. It can be a little monotonous, but at my job it is nice to have something with short levels to do between the phone ringing. I have truely enjoyed this game and am currently on day 14. Overall the game has already been worth the cash that I paid!
Summary: I like games like diner/wedding dash and cake mania. I was excited to try this game. I like the game concept of learning the different recipes while serving the customers. On my first game I got to day 13 and lost and was shocked to find out there is no save. You have to start to all over again. After doing this a few times I was frustrated. Who wants to spend 15 minutes doing the easy levels all over again, to try the harder ones?
Summary: Lots of levels, easy at the beginning then gets harder. Right now I'm at level 26. One thing that this game has is that you can take a picture of someone and have them as a costumer to serve. However I didn't like this feature, so I used the ones that were in the game. This game is lots of fun and overall very entertaining and is also very fast pace as the levels move up.
Summary: I am a thirteen-year-old who purchased Sushi Go Round for my 7 year-old-sister as a birthday present, along with Crafting Mama. My sister enjoys the game, but comments that it is a little difficult and is not good for her level because she has not been exposed to many video games with time limits.
Hey, do you like to do things over and over and over.....
M Devan "Michele", Amazon
16 March 2011
Summary: I'll keep this simple. It's not a bad game but it has a fatal flaw: you cannot save your progress. I was playing, I was fairly amused with the whole making the different sushi and serving it up in spite of the glitchy issues I was having with the plates not wanting to clear and the sushi rolling itself up before I had all the ingredients on it.
Summary: This game is great because you need to remember how to make each dish. You can look it up in the recipe book but it will slow you down. You also have to determine when you need to purchase more food items for cooking. My daughter is nine and really enjoys this game. An extra bonus you can take pictures of up to four family or friends and then they come to your restaurant.
Summary: It is fun to make sushi, and give it to the customers. I'm not quite sure if I know everything about this game yet, but it is one I can't put down. I will say I will never eat sushi. Fish eggs are nasty.