Sushi Go! Card Game – Game Review

“Sushi Go!” is a card game that sees the player make the best combination sushi dishes with their hand. No, you don’t roll the cards in rice. Each player is dealt a draft hand, they choose their sushi to play, then pass the hand on, rinse and repeat. The simple game mechanic means the game is easy to pick up and play, but lacks overall depth. That’s not to say it’s a bad game by any means, “Sushi Go!” is a fun card game and features some adorable artwork. What it does lack though is deep strategy, this and the relevancy of luck over smarts, might put off some players.

Sushi Go! Mini Review from Gameapalooza AustraliaSushi Go! A great little card game.

Having said that, we really enjoyed “Sushi Go!”, so we’re happy to give it an above average, 3 out of 5. Check it out if you’re looking for something fairly cheap, quick and easy to play.

Game Build Quality
Regular retail version: Comes in a tin box, not a fan of these overly, but it’s certainly sturdy. The cards themselves are nice and slick. Nothing negative to report here.

Ages 8 and up
2 to 5 players
Setup Time next to nothing
Playing time: 15 minutes

[author] [authorimage timthumb=’off’]/content/images/2016/02/gameapalooza-micro-review-icon-sm.gif[/authorimage] [authorinfo]Micro Review – A fun little game for all the family, easy enough to learn and play, it’s not one of the best card games we’ve played, but it’s certainly worth a look. A good filler game. [/authorinfo] [/author]