Pocket Gamer writes:
"It's good in practice, although on a tiny screen it can be a pain to actually see the little numbers. Keep it in mind if you're thinking about offering this to your short-sighted granny as a birthday present. Not that we're entirely sure she'd appreciate the Sushi Girls element anyway (or a mobile game, for that matter).
For us, though, that's not Sushi Sudoku's main issue. Ultimately, its steep learning curve and limited play scope mean it's unfortunately not a game many may stick with for long. Unless you've already played to death better games such as Cafe Sudoku or Platinum Sudoku and are still craving a new sudoku experience, we'd suggest you're better off leaving those Sushi Girls locked up."