Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido for Switch

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Switch)

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7.25
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Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido for Switch
Genre: ActionPuzzleSingle Player
Developer: Nintendo
Content Rating: Everyone

Synopsis

Help Musashi end the Empire's tyrannical monopoly of the world's sushi supply by becoming a Sushi Striker! Devour conveyor-belt sushi, matching plates and sushi types to defeat any enemy or boss who stands between you and victory. Befriend Sushi Sprites and use their powerful skills in battle. Deliciously strategic action-RPG-puzzle battles await!
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Critic Reviews

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GameSpew

0.80

When everything comes together though, Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is a really fun game. Playing it felt like a mix between watching an over-the-top anime and playing an advanced match-three puzzle game. The voice acting in itself was enough to keep me going back to it, let alone the ever-changing puzzles, fun and hilarious characters, delicious-looking sushi and adorable sprites.

Becca Smith Jun 08, 2018

EGM Now

7.00

Sushi Striker: The Way of the Sushido has all of the trademarks of an inventive Nintendo title, including its odd but bold story, memorable characters, and easy to pick up gameplay. Unfortunately, once you bite into it, the experience isn’t as developed as it could have been. There’s an attempt to expand on the action-puzzler format, and while some of the choices work, there are some ingredients that make the entire meal less than satisfying.

Evan Slead Jun 07, 2018

Destructoid

6.50

If you're into insane over-the-top anime storytelling, Sushi Striker is going to be right up your alley. It's up mine, but it almost works better in a straight TV show format than it does as a deep puzzler with RPG elements.

Chris Carter Jun 07, 2018

Game Informer

7.75

Sushi Striker has an intimidating learning curve (if you don’t have someone on hand to walk you through it), but when you find your stride, maintaining it is satisfying. Accuracy using the controller is an issue, but it is an occasional annoyance as opposed to consistent frustration. Watching your level and your Sprites grow as you match sushi plates is exciting, and the charming world is like the little bit of gari at the edge of your sushi plate.

Kyle Hilliard Jun 07, 2018

Hardcore Gamer

8.00

There’s a great level of challenge to be had, but it lends itself well to those who might be beginners to this sort of puzzle entry and eases people into every new mechanic along the way. With a wonderful cheerful story and plenty of enjoyable moments, Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is a near-instant classic for the puzzle genre and an absolute treat to play.

Kirstin Swalley Jun 10, 2018

Nintendo World Report

9.50

Sushi Striker is a diamond in the rough in Nintendo’ Switch lineup. This offbeat and peculiar puzzle game takes a ridiculous concept and manages to shape it into a shockingly deep, balanced, and varied low-key masterpiece. I was looking forward to checking this game out since it was shown off, but I never expected it to be this good. Don’t sleep on Sushi Striker, but be mindful that you’ll probably really want to eat sushi after playing it for a while.

Neal Ronaghan Jun 07, 2018

GameSpot

7.00

Despite its imperfect transition to Switch, Sushi Striker is one of the more enjoyable puzzle games in the console's library. With a substantial campaign that's propped up by clever mechanics and a charmingly ludicrous story, the game offers a wealth of single- and multiplayer content to dive into.

Kevin Knezevic Jun 08, 2018

Shacknews

8.00

Sushi Striker deserves a place in the hallowed halls of gaming history with its aforementioned brethren and it has definitely left me in the mood for some California Roll and Unagi. It’s fun title with some great RPG elements and a lot of nods and winks to the Pokemon series while still being its own thing. Nintendo has definitely once again struck gold with another first party title for the Switch

Blake Morse Jun 07, 2018

NintendoLife

8.00

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is a crazy, over-the-top experience that gets better the more you play. The game feels incredibly polished, with a mostly satisfying battle system that gets surprisingly deep, and beautifully presented cutscenes that progress the story along nicely. The focus here is definitely on the lengthy campaign, although we can imagine top online players becoming intensely competitive with practice.

Ryan Craddock Jun 07, 2018

Cubed3

8.00

The easy-to-learn, hard-to-master control scheme ensures it's accessible to everyone, whilst the replayability and multiplayer (including a function that allows two players to use the same console in tabletop mode) solidify its place as a consistent pick-up-and-play staple for the Nintendo Switch library.

Lex Firth Jun 07, 2018

Metro.co.uk

7.00

A relatively original and enjoyably bizarre puzzler, that seems more at home on 3DS than Switch but still offers plenty of seafood-themed fun for everyone. Too expensive and the controls would clearly work better on the 3DS. Underdeveloped multiplayer.

GameCentral Jun 08, 2018

Game Reactor

8.00

These are but minor complaints though, and unless a better on-the-go experience emerges out of nowhere, this will be the game we take with us out and about this summer. Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is wonderfully charming and well thought out, and the superb presentation makes us actually want to know what happens next, which is a rare treat in a puzzle game.

Jonas Mäki Jun 07, 2018

AnaitGames

7.00

It injects pure joy into the oppressive, pulsing panic of Super Hexagon and creates a celebratory explosion of the audio-visual in video games. Challenge mode and the hectic multiplayer will keep you occupied after you’ve conquered the refreshingly breezy story. Grab some decent headphones or, better still, some friends and hook your Switch up to the hi-fi. The neighbours will love you.

chiconuclear Jun 07, 2018

Vandal

7.80

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido es una aventura de puzles y rol muy divertida y completa que ha conseguido que las horas se nos pasasen volando mientras lanzábamos platos, comíamos sushi como si no hubiese un mañana, entrenábamos a nuestros genios y disfrutábamos de su alocada historia.

Jorge Cano Jun 07, 2018

MeriStation

7.00

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido es más de lo que parece. Su mezcla de géneros y el alto énfasis que tiene en encandilar al usuario con lo que se muestra en pantalla permiten definir a la obra como una propuesta a tener en cuenta si sabemos lo que nos vamos a encontrar.

Sergio C. González Jun 07, 2018

IGN

7.50

Sushi Strikers: The Way of Sushido consigue atrapar al jugador a través de una fórmula muy sencilla pero que siempre funciona. Partidas ágiles y rápidas en la que la acción, los puzles y el RPG -en pequeñas dosis- se juntan y mezclan como el arroz y el salmón. Es una pequeña delicatessen que pese a su sencillez ha conseguido encandilarnos.

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ESCUDERO Jun 07, 2018

3D Juegos

8.00

Switch y Nintendo 3DS reciben un título de puzles dotado con una gran personalidad y que nos ofrece un modo Historia sensacional y bastante extenso. Su fórmula de juego resulta muy entretenida cuando te haces con ella, si bien alguna que otra modalidad de juego adicional más allá del modo competitivo a dobles le hubiera sentado de maravilla al conjunto. De lo mejor dentro de su género de lo que va de año en ambas consolas.

Sergio Martín Jun 07, 2018

jeuxvideo.com

7.50

En proposant au joueur de collecter des assiettes de sushis à envoyer dans la trogne de belliqueux adversaires, Sushi Striker s'exécute à marier les saveurs. Au niveau de ses ingrédients, on retrouve une bonne portion d’action et quelques grammes de réflexion dans un cocktail à la portée de tous.

Carnbee Jun 08, 2018

Game Kult

5.00

Il y a du free to play qui s'ignore dans Sushi Striker, un puzzle game qui calque tellement sa progression et sa structure sur les jeux smartphones qu'on hallucine encore de le voir proposé à un tel prix. Et même si la vie d'un jeu ne se résume pas à une bête question de tarif, la dernière curiosité de Nintendo tourne un peu trop vite en rond - c'est le concept - pour rassasier les joueurs les plus regardants.

Puyo Jun 07, 2018

Multiplayer.it

6.80

Sushi Striker: Way of Sushido è un puzzle game davvero originale e divertente... finché il livello di difficoltà cresce, giustamente, e diventa fondamentale giocare di strategia, scegliendo con cautela le proprie mosse. Cosa che diventa sempre più difficile fare a causa di un sistema di controllo macchinoso e impreciso che fa pesare ulteriormente l'intrinseca ripetitività dell'esperienza.

Christian Colli Jun 07, 2018

IGN

7.80

Gli sviluppatori di Indieszero hanno creato un puzzle game freschissimo, incentrato su una proposta fuori dagli schemi e su un gameplay che riesce a combinare immediatezza e profondità. Tutti, anche i più duri di comprendonio, capiscono in pochi secondi come funziona Sushi Striker, ma solo i giocatori più tenaci riusciranno a padroneggiarne tattiche e segreti. Sempre che non si stufino strada facendo, si intende.

Luca Fabbri Jun 07, 2018

Spazio Games

8.00

Come molti action puzzle prima di lui, capaci di fare la fortuna delle console ospiti (e in particolare di quelle Nintendo), Sushi Striker The Way of Sushido si rivela un titolo tremendamente divertente, che fa del gameplay frenetico ma non privo di risvolti tattici il suo marchio distintivo.

Gianluca Arena Jun 07, 2018