Addictive and fun, but challenging for younger kids
thinkingaboutit "Linda N", Amazon
27 August 2012
Summary: My 10-yr old and I had fun playing this game together, but it does prove a little tough as time goes on. Interestingly enough, it definitely works your brain trying to remember all the sushi combos. All in all, pretty fun.
Summary: I am not a big video game person. I am a twenty something that's usually one of those people who like trivia or board game type games. However, I have become a little addicted to this game. My roommate and I go head to head with each other and end up laughing and having a great time. The story modes are pretty cool as well. It starts of VERY easy and get progressively difficult. There are like 6 modes to play in and the ones I have tried so far are all pretty fun.
Love this game so much more than the online version
Heather A "from Not Everyone's Mama", Amazon
3 May 2010
Summary: I have played this one Sushi game on Facebook off and on for awhile. It's fun, it's frustrating, it was fast, it was - you get the point. :) SouthPeak Games came out with this one and I was all over it! Now, I can make Sushi on my Wii and my son can make it on his DSi. Before the game even got here, I had passed the mini-game they have online for you to play. When the games got here, I ripped the Wii one open and put it in. It starts out easy, deceptively easy.
Summary: La cocina es una de las cosas que nos gustan, o quizás mejor dicho la comida, pero alguien tiene que cocinarla, y si vamos a comer fuera estamos acostumbrarnos a quejarnos porque tardan mucho en hacerla, pero con este juego nos daremos cuenta de muchas cosas. El juego se trata de hacer funcionar un restaurante japonés, donde la comida que preparamos no es nada complicada hacerla, lo complicado es tener a todos los clientes contentos, por eso tenemos que darnos prisa en...