Excerpt: If you've wondered what all the fuss was about over placing numbers on a grid, Go! Sudoku will introduce to you the best little game since Solitaire. Where Solitaire sometimes feels more like exercise for your mouse hand, Go! Sudoku offers a nice level of mental stimulation that falls somewhere between games of chance and the Sunday crossword puzzle.
Conclusion: Sudoku isn’t breaking any graphical boundaries or treading in new gameplay territory, but as a stand-alone puzzler, it’s frighteningly addictive and with so many puzzles on offer, well worth your cash if you’re into this sort of thing.
Pros: Brand new puzzle experience, A thousand different puzzles to tackle, An option to download more later
Cons: Can seem daunting, Can also be confusing for a while
Excerpt: I own a tamagotchi, have played jacks and even learnt how to use a yo-yo, in fact i'm normally one of the first people to catch onto a craze, except the Sudoku puzzles have completely passed by me. However, once I heard the game was coming to the PSP it seemed like I couldn't go a day without seeing the puzzles around, including at the video shop, in newsagents and even at a discount store.
Summary: Go! Sudoku is yet another great puzzle game for the PSP. Yes, the game could have been jazzed up with better graphics and sound, but addictiveness is the key here, and it's full of it. A bargain at only $AU49.95.
Excerpt: O Sudoku atingiu a PSP. E é bem engraçadinho e viciante. A Sumo Digital e a SCEE trouxeram o Sudoku até à PSP. E o resultado é bem agradável. Mil tabelas, modo solo, modos multiplayer e a promessa de novos quebras-cabeça para download. E tudo muito bem adaptado ao ecrã da portátil Sony.
Conclusion: Le sudoku est une véritable drogue pour qui aime se frotter à des jeux de logique. On a toujours envie de progresser et pour cela, il n'y pas de secret, il faut jouer et jouer encore. Ca tombe plutôt bien, Go! Sudoku est justement là pour ça.