SUSHI STRIKER: THE WAY OF SUSHIDO

EDGE - - NINTENDO@E3 -

De­vel­oper Indieszero Pub­lisher Nin­tendo For­mat 3DS Re­lease 2018 Most of Nin­tendo’s fo­cus at E3 this year may have been on Switch, but the com­pany has spent 2017 as­sur­ing us there’s life in 3DS yet – and bonkers puz­zle game Sushi Striker pro­vides a con­vinc­ing rea­son for keep­ing the age­ing hand­held charged up. De­vel­oped by Indieszero, the small Ja­panese stu­dio be­hind such es­o­teric fare as Elec­tro­plank­ton and the NES Remix games, it tasks you with match­ing like-coloured plates of sushi with the sty­lus be­fore fling­ing them at an op­po­nent, an at­tack mul­ti­plier build­ing for big­ger stacks. With eye-catch­ing art, a silly story about a coun­try in ru­ins af­ter a war over raw fish, and a sound­track full of J-pop bangers, it won’t sell mil­lions, but we’re all over it like white on rice.

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