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Sushi Go Round

Platform(s): Nintendo DS, Wii
Genre: Casual
Publisher: SouthPeak Interactive
Developer: Asylum Entertainment

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by Rainier on Sept. 4, 2009 @ 7:53 a.m. PDT

Sushi Go Round builds on the addictive time-management gameplay of the original, and promises frantic eat-‘em-up action and sushi-serving gameplay.

Sushi Go Round promises frantic eat-‘em-up action and sushi-serving gameplay.

Sushi Go Round has been downloaded more than 60 million times from and these updated versions build on the addictive time-management gameplay of the original. Players must run their own sushi restaurant, in which they’re responsible for memorising recipes, preparing food, ordering fresh ingredients and – most importantly – working hard to keep the constant stream of customers happy.

As you progress through the game you’ll meet demanding bosses that require constant feeding, harsh food critics and increasingly fussy customers. Successfully completing these tough challenges unlocks new recipes and even different sushi restaurants.

By using the Nintendo DSi camera, players can take photographs of people, pets, objects – anything they want – then turn them into quirky customers that appear in their sushi restaurant.

This innovative aspect is thankfully a lot easier to use than a pair of chopsticks. After taking a picture, players just need to trace around the face/object and delete any unnecessary areas of the photo then save. These new customers will then pop in for some super sushi as you’re playing. Up to six pictures can be created, so you’ll never know who’s going to show up next!

SouthPeak Interactive's Sushi Go Round, developed by Asylum Entertainment, is scheduled for release on Wii and NDS this winter.

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