Go! Sudoku Reviews (PSP)
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Fragland.net (Jan 13, 2006)
Evaluating Go! Sudoku isn't really a matter of long breath. The game for the PSP is nothing more than a variant we (or at least some of us) know from the pen&paper game. The idea is to fill nine squares with numbers ranging from 1 to 9. The difficulty being that you can only use each number once in each row, each column and that each square can only hold each different number only once.
Cheat Code Central (Apr 12, 2006)
Go! Sudoku is a very basic looking game but there's no reason to dress it up. There are some animated background graphics and there's some ambient music but it's designed to enhance the experience, not interfere with it. The control system is not as immediate as it would be on the DS touch screen but there's no other way around it. If you're into the game, you're going to be into it big time. It's very addicting and it's good for your brain. You can't say that about very many things.
TTGamer (Feb 25, 2006)
GO! Sudoku is a good choice for those who want to learn how to play the game properly and also are sick of making mistakes and not being able to rub out pen marks. It's budget priced and even if you're not the biggest puzzle game fan, GO! Sudoku will give you a nice change of pace from games like Ridge Racer or Wipeout.
Jeuxvideo.com (Dec 01, 2005)
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.
3DAvenue (Feb 25, 2006)
There's a craze sweeping the world and if you travel on public transport you've most likely seen it somewhere or another, and that craze is Sudoku. A small game based on numbers and grids has seen the crossword puzzle and scramble fizzle out and now everyone is talking about Sudoku. Why? It's because Sudoku is a game you can play for five or fifty minutes, it’s easy to learn and it doesn't rely on general knowledge, just lateral thinking and some brains. Why people decide to stress themselves before work with these puzzles is beyond me, however Sony now gives you the opportunity to do it a bit more comfortably on the PSP.
IGN (Apr 05, 2006)
It's hard justifying certain videogame purchases. It's even harder when broke. The ultimate dilemma, though, rises when a full-priced game packs similar content to something you can score for under a dollar. That's the conundrum with Go! Sudoku, from developer Sumo Digital. On the one hand, it includes a wealth of challenging puzzles; while on the other hand, these puzzles aren't much different from what you'd find in a local newspaper.
GameCity (Nov 15, 2005)
Go! Sudoku ist eine etwas andere Unterhaltung für unterwegs, während ihr mit der PSP bis jetzt vermehrt Rennen gefahren und euch durch Gegnerhorden geballert habt, geht Go! Sudoku einen völlig anderen Weg. Die beruhigenden Puzzles stellen eine interessante Alternative zum Gameralltag dar. Der Titel hat sich den Zeitpunkt des Erscheinens auch bestens ausgesucht, das Rätselfieber grassiert derzeit überall und es ist durchaus denkbar, dass der eine oder andere seiner Sucht über die PSP frönt. Für Knobelfreunde dürfte vor allem der attraktive Preis von lediglich 50.- CHF ein Argument sein, Rätselhefte mit diesem Inhalt sind auch nicht billiger.
GameSpot (Apr 04, 2006)
Sudoku is that crazy little number puzzle that's been sweeping the nation, one newspaper at a time. The logic puzzle is apparently all kinds of popular these days, and it was only a matter of time until video games based on the puzzle started appearing. Among the first is Go! Sudoku, which was released on the PSP in Europe some time ago, and has more recently made its way to North American shelves courtesy of Ubisoft. This certainly is Sudoku, all right.
Next Level Gaming (Apr 19, 2006)
Sudoku is definitely a craze sweeping the nation. And quick to cash in on the phenomenon is Go! Sudoku. The question is…is Go! Sudoku worth your cash?
Power Unlimited (Feb, 2007)
Naar mijn mening moet je dit soort puzzels niet op een handheld spelen, maar lekker ouderwets met pen en papier. Haal zo'n denksportboekje bij de AKO (is ook nog eens goedkoper) en ga lekker daarmee aan de slag.
Worth Playing (May 23, 2006)
What is Sudoku, and were did it come from? Within the last 18 months, it has come seemingly out of nowhere to become a worldwide puzzle sensation. The first time I saw it was roughly a year ago, when a buddy of mine was playing it while killing time at work. It was done with a pencil and paper and looked terribly boring, but the simplest games are often the most addictive. If the last year is any indication, Sudoku could soon be as ubiquitous in society as the crossword puzzle it largely resembles.