The lights are on
In conjunction with the 30th Anniversary of the series, Ubisoft has
announced a new Tetris game coming to next-gen and PC. In addition to
the classic Marathon and Endless modes, four new modes accompany the
The new play types include a three-minute rush for points, a timed mode that tasks players to clear 40 lines as fast as possible, a head-to-head battle mode, and a multiplayer survival type with power-ups. Up to four players will be given a chance to play simultaneously, either in a free-for-all or as teams.
Tetris Ultimate will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this summer with a PC release coming this fall.
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I'm def gettin this...i will never outgrow tetris and ms pac-man...
not to detract from this release, but in comparison to any version i've played, the original has always been the best. i love tetris. in a big way.
Neat. Too bad the TETRIS app for Android somehow isn't compatible with my tablet anymore.
Yay! I had Tetris Worlds on the original XBOX, but my XBOX crapped out so I couldn't play it anymore. Now I can finally play split screen Tetris again!
Man they really had NO ideas on what to do with the extra space afforded by 16:9. I mean... how hard is it to fill the other 2/3rds of the screen. It could be anything. How about a picture of a dog. You can have that idea for free, Ubisoft.
A Vita version would be nice...
This looks very plain compared to EA's version of Tetris that I already have for the PS3!
So the ultimate Tetris game coming to next gen consoles aye now this will be a incredible game and it will arrive this summer I'm all in for this!!!!!!!!
I might pick this up if the price is right. Worms released a game this week at $25, which is an absolute joke. I wouldn't pay more than $15 for that game, and I won't pay more than $15 for this game.
Who doesn't like a pretty looking Tetris? Depending on the cost, I'll likely check it out.