The trailer for the game which you can watch below is a little odd but it points towards a puzzle game that offers a brand new take on Tetris. For those that loved titles such as Rez and Lumines, this is going to be one game that is worth the pick up and one that is meant to be experienced through and through.
Being created by Tetsuya Mizuguchi and the team behind Lumines and Rez Infinite, I don't know how to explain this game, besides telling you to watch that trailer and try to piece it together for yourself. Music, backgrounds, sounds, special effects-everything, down to the Tetris pieces themselves, pulse, dance, shimmer, and explode in ideal sync with how you're playing.
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The background also has an image of the Mojave Desert in California suggesting the name of the next version be macOS Mojave . Users now get new on-screen controls for easy access to every screenshot option and new video recording capabilities.
Tetris Effect looks like something cooked up by Marvel's Doctor Strange, as it attempts to amplify this phenomenon with some fantastic imagery, shapes and colors, combined with hypnotic music and sounds.
Fan-favorite modes like Marathon, Sprint, and Ultra, with more all-new modes and other features to be revealed before launch. A new mechanic called Zone is also coming in Tetris Effect, making it possible to stop time to avoid losing a game or clear a higher number of lines at once, though it's unclear how this works. There are more than 30 stages to play, and the game offers multiple display options, with support for 4K resolution on a PS4 Pro and VR capabilities with the PSVR. So, how will Tetris Effect actually play?