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Sushi is revered by many people around the world, becoming a choice meal for many people outside of Japan. People seem to crave the freshness of fish, seaweed, and rice, and the health benefits, and the meal can be had virtually anywhere throughout the globe. Microgaming has latched onto the popularity of sushi, and released a slot dubbed So Much Sushi, which includes nigiri, rolls, and a series of traditional slot machine concepts.
So Much Sushi has 5 reels and 25 paylines, and includes symbols including traditional card symbols, nigiri, and assorted sushi rolls. There is also a title "So Much Suhi" symbol that serves as the game's wild and a bottle of Soy Sauce and wasabi that works as the game's Scatter. The game is one of several in Microgaming's "So Much" collection of games, including others So Much Candy and So Many Monsters. Apart from the graphics and sound, the games are all identical so if you prefer candy or monsters to sushi you can always try one of the others for an identical gaming experience.
Feature wise the game includes free spins, which can award 8, 10, 12, 14, or 16 free games with a different multiplier depending on the selected symbol. The game itself can award up to 64,000 coins as its top prize. But the best thing about the game is the way the sushi symbols multiply any time you hit a winning payline with them in it.
The graphics in the game are a little bit simplistic, but end up getting the job done as the sushi spots are well fleshed out and look a lot better than the other symbols designed by Microgaming. The game's music is traditional Japanese, which sounds good and doesn't start feeling old too quickly. There is also a lack of traditional slot chimes, which works quite well as anything else would have likely felt out of place here.
If you are the type of person who enjoys slots and has an appetite for raw fish dishes, So Much Sushi from Microgaming may be just what you are looking for. The game likely won't blow you away in terms of features and graphics, but it does deliver a nice experience that makes it worth a few spins.