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[Amazon.ca] Sushi Go Party! Card Game - $18

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[Amazon.ca] Sushi Go Party! Card Game - $18

Great family game. This is the lowest price it has been.

This is the party version which improves upon the original Sushi Go and plays up to 8 people.

Edit - Title updated to reflect further reduction in price to $18 (was on sale for $20 previously)

Best buy also has it for the same price:
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/su ... 65&irgwc=1
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Quick games and easy to learn. Highly recommended
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I actually prefer the original Sushi Go over this party edition. The main reason is because setup with the original edition is much quicker... you basically just shuffle and deal out the cards. For the Party edition you have to sort through whichever sets of cards you want to add/remove, and there is additional downtime between rounds as you have to reshuffle all the cards (using a proper shuffle to separate the clumped sets) and remember to add in more desserts. The original is a much smoother and streamlined experience.
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Feb 20, 2017
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Before I played it, I didn't think it would be that great, but after a while it grew on me. Definitely a great game for family and friends.
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A fun game that we always said we'd pick up when it's on sale -- guess my day of reckoning has come. Thanks, OP!
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It that easilly playable by french people?
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superbigjay wrote: It that easilly playable by french people?
Yep. Has nothing to do with language -- more about estimating risk and guessing how much risk others are willing to take. You take turns playing cards worth different numbers of points, most depending on how many others are collecting the same type of card.
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appleb wrote: I actually prefer the original Sushi Go over this party edition. The main reason is because setup with the original edition is much quicker... you basically just shuffle and deal out the cards. For the Party edition you have to sort through whichever sets of cards you want to add/remove, and there is additional downtime between rounds as you have to reshuffle all the cards (using a proper shuffle to separate the clumped sets) and remember to add in more desserts. The original is a much smoother and streamlined experience.
I agree with all this BUT the pro of the party game is that is adds more variety to the game play. I had the original and it was fun for many games, but eventually got a bit stale. So traded in my original version for party version and it felt fresh again. We could also somewhat control the difficulty by choosing which cards will go into play. And the games didn't feel as repetitive.
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Oct 16, 2009
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Showing as $17.99 for me now which seems to be an all time low. In stock in December 3
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Apr 26, 2017
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you are playing this game wrong if you collectively don't yell sushi go.
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deejeepooh wrote: you are playing this game wrong if you collectively don't yell sushi go.
or some random rendition of same in another language LOL

Great game, got it at $25 and won't hesitate to get it again. At $18 it's a no brainer!
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Thanks OP.. ordered because it's rfd and you guys said it's good
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Totally worth it when I spent $25.

Esp when we ham it up, yelling SOOOOOUUUUUPPP!!!
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Is it similar to Slamwich?

Thanks OP for sharing. Been eyeing on this for a while.
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Mar 24, 2020
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This is a great deal. I think I bought the non-party version at that price!
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Jun 25, 2005
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Party version for sure, you can change the dynamics of the game by switching the menu.

It’s an easy game to understand and kids can play fairly young at 6-7 years old.
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matt4670 wrote: Is it similar to Slamwich?

Thanks OP for sharing. Been eyeing on this for a while.
not similar at all

sushi go is a interactive card/deck builder game. vs slamwhich which is more of a gogogogo quick paced keep your eye on the cards game.
sushi go definitely requires a bit more "tactics" from the sense of planning and foresight/luck/guessing.

for anyone who is looking for a similar game, my family (2 kids under 7) really enjoy Go Nuts for Donuts. it's another gamewright game and we had plucked it from Amazon when it dropped to $19 a while back. just something that others here might be interested in, as I find it has some similar mechanics as sushi go.
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