Disclosure: Gift bag provided at the event with review copy. All opinions are my own.
Last week I attending the Sushi Striker event at Nintendo in NYC with my girls. Now they are both very into their Nintendo Switch and 3DS and we are always excited to try out new games as they are released. The SushiStriker event was themed appropriately, as both candy and regular sushi were served to each guest. The kids had a blast playing games at various stations and had a chance to play Sushi Striker on each console to get a real feel for the game. They preferred the convenience of taking home the game for the Nintendo 3DS, but I think playing as a family on the Nintendo Switch would be my preference.
The purpose of Sushi Striker is to “eat” or match up as many pieces of sushi as you can. The dirty plates leftover become weapons to your enemy and the first person who tosses the most plates wins the game. It sounds simple enough, but with various gameplay and skill levels, Sushi Striker can prove to be both entertaining and challenging.
Here’s what my 9-year-old had to say about Sushi Striker:
Sushi Striker is an awesome game because you get to eat sushi and fight bad guys at the same time. You can throw plates at your opponent to get more points and win.
Sushi Striker can be played on Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch. You can purchase your copy from Amazon, Target, and other video game retailers.