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Go! Sudoku - Sony PSP

by Ubisoft
Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Everyone
15 customer reviews
Metascore: 63 / 100
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  • Pass the time - Go Sudoku provides the perfect companion for the daily commuter looking for an enjoyable way to pass the time
  • Multiple game modes - Take to your commute with four main game modes at hand, including three multiplayer modes (Pass mode, Versus mode and Battle mode) and one single-player mode (Solo mode)
  • Replay value - 1,000 mind-boggling puzzles will keep users entertained for ages, while up to 200 additional puzzles will be available for download
  • Beginners welcome - For those unfamiliar with Sudoku, don't fret. Go! Sudoku comes equipped with both Training and Tutorial modes that teach beginners the basics of how to complete Sudoku puzzles of all difficulty levels.
  • Picture perfect - Customizable game screen backgrounds allow the display of personal photos, providing the user with a sense of individuality
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Sudoku is an addictive puzzle game that will keep you entertained for hours. Solved all 1,000 of the puzzles already? Well, download more and continue the mind teasing fun. Record keeping - Comprehensive Best Time tables for all 1,000 puzzles, with the option to merge records via the internet with other Go Sudoku players Help - An innovative help system permits up to five errors per puzzle without punishment, an added luxury whether you are a Sudoku master or a novice.

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  • ASIN: B000EHPOK0
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.1 x 0.6 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 21, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,061 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Azulita on April 2, 2006
I'm updating my review as I have had the time to play this game. The flaws just pile up:

1) The game will warn you if you place an incorrect number. That alone ruins the game.

2) I though flaw #1 was bad until I started seeing the "Attention... please wait" pop-ups. The most annoying thing in a mind game. I have other PSPs that could take a lot of processing time, Winning Eleven 9 and NFS Most Wanted. Those are intense games with rich graphics. What could make a simple game like Sudoku require processing time? If I had to guess it would be the animated background I can't even get rid of.

3) The animated themes are simply annoying. After seeing the same animation over and over, is there a way to disable them avoiding the "Attention... please wait" popu-up at the same time? No such luck, you are stuck with them.

4) As of 4/9/06, the website has downloadable puzzles but no patches. If at least they made it up to paying customers by posting the utility they used to create the puzzles. But they'd have to actually care about them by releasing a patch first!!

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dr.J. on April 11, 2006
I concur with the other reviews. This game has an annoying defect. I went so far as to contact tech support. This is what I was told.

"Response (Jason) - 04/10/2006 11:50 AM

Unfortunately, this is a known problem with the game that will occur when there is less than a 40% charge on the battery. We have already notified the developer of the game about the problem, but since the problem does not prevent a player from completing the game, the decision was made to not fix the problem. At this time, the only solution that I can offer you is to make sure that you have charged your battery as much as possible before playing."

However, this problem manifests itself after about 15 - 20 minutes or approximately 90% charge and not 40%. Most annoying is that Ubisoft is continuing to sell a knowingly defective product. Seems like there are laws against that.

This could be a fun game but the bug precludes that. Even if you feel this wouldn't bother you, I would not give them your money on principle.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AppleJax on April 10, 2006
The overall idea and implementation for this game is good. I think there are ways it could be improved.

But all that doesn't really matter. There is a horrible bug where a huge pop-up window comes up during game-play, basically covering the entire board. The pop-up says "ATTENTION! Please wait..." and takes about 5-10 seconds and then returns you to the game.

Apparently the issue is due to some buggy code that is checking your battery life. If you aren't at full battery power with the power cord plugged in, you'll start getting the pop-up and it will happen several times per game/board.

Some people may be able to still play through this, but I find it unplayable.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 3, 2006
We love Sudoku. We play it online quite a lot, and use the Brain Age version of Sudoku frequently as well. We thought it'd be great to have a PSP game solely dedicated to Sudoku. Unfortunately, the Go! Sudoku implementation was poor.

First off, about the gameplay in general. You get a Sudoku board, can choose from puzzles of various difficulties, and can choose a background theme. Once you play a game on a given profile, that's it. You can't play it again. Since you rarely "memorize" a board, it seems a shame not to let you replay it without resetting everything.

Next, part of how you play Sudoku is by marking the "possibles" in a given square until you figure out what it really should be. In the Brain Age version, you can do that. Here, you can't. Your only choice is to turn on "help" which then marks ALL possibles on the entire board, all the time. With help turned on, all you do is look at the board for the square with only 1 possible in it, and put that number there. Then the board updates and you look for the next square with only 1 possible in it. It's not a game at all. They should have let you put in possibles yourself, instead of making you try to juggle that all in your head.

The game has a really annoying redraw problem. Every 10 minutes or so, the game freezes with a "please wait" message that sits there for perhaps 30 seconds. Then it lets you play some more. So you might be right in the middle of doing something, and suddenly you have to twiddle your thumbs until it unfreezes. Apparently this has to do with battery charge - and the lower your battery gets, the more frequently the pop-up comes up. It counts the 'freeze time' against your total time to solve, too. Bad, bad, bad.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By cjhall on April 7, 2006
There is a serious programming flaw in this game. A "warning" window pops up every few minutes (unless your PSP is fully charged AND plugged in!). This is INCREDIBLY annoying and I am returning the game. The manufacturer won't even acknowledge that there is a problem so I am NEVER buying another UBISOFT product again!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By liluofthevalley on May 1, 2006
I totally agree with all that was previously said, and when that pop-up comes up the time continues to tick away.. which is the MOST annoying ever. you would think that if the program was busy loading it would freeze the game but it doesn't. The time just keeps on going unless you pause the game everytime the pop-up shows up. So obnoxious. Other than all that bs, the game is pretty good, except that it tells you when you have misplaced a #. Not cool. Maybe I'll just stick with the good old piece of paper sudoku.
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