The world’s most-loved puzzle game is now available on PC, and is better than ever in Tetris® Ultimate. With six exciting modes, fun new features, and unique visuals, the evolution of this iconic game is the ultimate must-have on PC.
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Release Date: Dec 10, 2015

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March 10

Custom Key Mapping Now Available!



Our latest Tetris Ultimate patch is live on Steam! A new Key Map feature is now available via the Options menu.

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About This Game

Experience the Best of Tetris

In this fast-paced game of skills, you can take on the puzzle game solo, battle a friend, partner up with friends, or make battle teams. Up to four players can get in on the action.

  • Marathon – Get to level 15 and rack up as many points as you can.
  • Endless – Go as high as level 30 and keep clearing lines as long as possible.
  • Ultra – Get your highest score before time runs out in this three-minute challenge.
  • Sprint – Clear 40 lines as quickly as you can.
  • Battle – Go head-to-head to knock out your opponents.
  • Power-Up Battle – Be the last person playing after using crazy power-ups! Go on the offensive with Carousel and make your opponent’s Well shift to the left after each move, or trigger Let it Rain and dump garbage down on top of them. Buzz Saw helps you out by clearing away a number of your lines – especially useful when you’re in a spot of trouble.
  • Haunted – Complete Marathon mode while your Tetriminos disappear.
  • Landslide – Try to clear lines while random Minos are dumped on your screen every 10 turns.
  • Time's Up – Starting with a 30 second game, clear lines and perform special moves like T-Spins and combos to add time to your game.

Stay Connected With Friends

Social Feeds keep you up to date with in-game events and allows you to track your friends’ scores. Tetris Ultimate captures and saves your play style, allowing you to always be able to play with or against your friends, even when they are offline. If your scores get beat, view your friends’ strategies via their in-game replays, then challenge and beat them!

Celebrate Wins and Compete

Leaderboards make it easy to post your scores and see how you measure up against your friends. Challenge yourself and stack your skills and scores against other great players around the globe. An official Tetris Rank in the shape of Tetriminos has been implemented to classify and identify the top players. Play by Championship Rules for an even greater feat to see where you place among the most elite players. Are you one of the best in the world?

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10 (32/64bit versions)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E7300 @ 2.5 GHz or AMD Athlon II X2 240 @ 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTS450 or AMD Radeon HD5670
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10 (32/64bit versions)
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon II X4 620 @ 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD5850 or better
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
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Mostly Negative (112 reviews)
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Tim The Bucket Summoner
( 26.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 16
How do we make Tetris better?
Uplay!
PRINT DAT SHEEET
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Nostalgia Ninja
( 9.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 12
Unstable while in UPlay online mode

The game has difficulty playing while Uplay is in Online mode, the game breaks most of the time and the only stable mode is Marathon. Once in offline mode, Tetris Ultimate performs better and smoother, therefore shifting the blame onto Uplay for causing the instability of the game. This however means that you are unable to complete Uplay actions and achievements for the game, as well as being unable to play against opponents online.

This game also likes to be played in Windowed mode, for some odd reason.

Modes are standard for a Tetris game

The only exceptions to this is the pre-included DLC modes, which provide an extra layer of depth to the game. The ranges of the Tetribot are appreciated and welcome however.

Key mappings (included in latest patch) are unintuitive to modify

using Z and X keys to modify key mappings is rather unintuitive and difficult as some players prefer the Z(cw)/X(ccw)/L-Shift(hold) and direction keys for movement/hard drop/soft drop. A preferred enter press (and wait for next key input) would have helped here.

Adjustable DAS/ARR is welcome, although a bit touchy.

As is, the game starts off with a slow Delay Auto Shift (DAS) and Auto Repeat Rate (ARR), so it is recommended to modify them at start. It would also be recommended to have a mini-matrix to test the DAS/ARR so that it can be tested on the fly instead of having to go into a mode to test whether or not it feels right.

Pretty != Functional

While the game looks aesthetically pleasing, the use of shaders to glow the active tetrimino causes some difficulty in seeing where it actually is, added to that I had occasional headaches because of such. The glow coming from line clears was also unnecessary as it causes further delays and additional resources to be used. It would be helpful to be able to disable them or use them conservatively for that.

No Multiplatform support

This could be because of the shaders used in the version, as well as Uplay, but it's a shame that Tetris Ultimate has no multiplatform support. It would be helpful to those who use either Linux or Mac as well.

No Mod support

Had this game had mod support for extra modes and custom tetriminoes, or a much more customizable outlook, the game would have had a better experience, but since it doesn't, it's more of a mediocre experience which is difficult to keep up on.

I had lowered my expectations for Tetris Ultimate PC, and had half expected it not even to run on my laptop, but it had surprised me that it worked on a 5 year old laptop with near 60fps speeds. If the above issues are resolved, the game would be much more functional and better to play. the game is rather poorly optimized and if some extra polish is given to the game, the game would be worth a bit more to many other people who have bought this.
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Akimbo Bacon
( 2.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 30
The game runs perfectly for me. Tetris is back :D
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Hyper Mairo
( 2.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 22
Product received for free
Copy of the game was provided by the PC Gaming Wiki.
http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Tetris_Ultimate

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Introduction and TL;DR
With PC version at least, just avoid, avoid, avoid. Especially if you buy for multiplayer.

I have been in contact with ubisoft support to fix the issues, but there hasn't been any improvements outside of keyboard rebinding update.

Uplay
I'm just fine if some games are Uplay only. However they didn't seem to know what they should do with Steam and Uplay, so they decided to go with both! So half of the features, including cloud saves and achievements are on Steam, while other part, including account and online, are handled by Uplay. So no matter where you get the game, you need to have both running in the background. This makes absolutely no sense to me.

Controllers and multiplayer
If you play with keyboard, at least they got in key rebinding half year after the release, so it's playable like that. With controller, they have to first be enabled from settings to first player, so no playing from sofa for you. Game always tells you only the keyboard keys to push, even if you use controller. If you use any other controller than Xbox 360 one, all the buttons are all over the place and does random things and there's no way to change them at all. If you try to play multiplayer, first player controls both first and second players, making multiplayer basically impossible, basically completely broken feature. I haven't gotten into single online game, at all, ever. And every time I booted my DS to play tetris online years ago there were always somebody playing.

Crashing
Some seem to have problems to even start the game, which I haven't personally stumbled upon, but there's quite well known bug that game will crash when you start the gamemode. Workaround is to either set both steam and uplay to offline or start marathon mode, quit it and then start the mode you want. It hasn't been fixed and there are others who can easily reproduce this, so it just tells how professional the QA were and how much work there was done.

Gameplay
OK so the regular, single player gameplay, is relatively solid. Haven't faced much issues with that and it works exactly like I would presume tetris to work. They were pretty nice to include all the DLC they had on consoles with base game as well. However it still doesn't feel like "ultimate" tetris compared to all the other versions I have played on consoles and it does feel quite dull with it's audiovisual design. I do not mind bit calmer visuals as that way it's easier to focus on game, but especially music feels too generic and calm, when I'm used to so fast paced music.

Overall point
It still feels easy money grab instead of actual tetris made by developers who love tetris. Because it's pretty hard to ♥♥♥♥ up tetris, which this game luckily haven't done, but everything around that basic single player game is either not working or not up the par. This is not good on PC where you have tons of freeware choises starting from flash based browser games. I would've wanted the Ultimate version, version of tetris that has all the possible game modes and feels like made in <insert current year> but what I got is lazy port of console version nobody loved.

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Sama suomeksi, nyt ei vaan jaksa.
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Deatoka
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
At first when I got this yesterday I had fun playing it. Played it for a half an hour and it was perfectly fine. I tried play ultra mode and it crashes three times out of four. This is the only game in my library that crashes. Not like I run a lot on my computer, and when I do games like Civ5 and Borderlands 2 still work like champs. Greatly disappointed.
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Yuannan
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: April 22
Alright, I first thought everyone was being abit harsh on this game, yes it's tetris and yes it's the offical one.

"few flaws"

INSANE input lag, I have a pretty decent PC (6600k + 390x) and I still get input lag, I'm a risky player and drop the blocks as they move, they always land one more block over from when I press the space bar.

This may be due to the vSync that CANNOT be disabled even if you force it off in the GPU driver.

You think ubisoft cannot even ♥♥♥♥♥ up a game on dropping blocks, well they did.
This game is laggy and buggy. I opened up Uplay and wanted to see the achivments as they were clearly not showing up on steam. And one of them is to play "ultra" to do this you have to play sprint at least once.

guess what? Because I only play marathon before as soon as I click sprint the game crashes.

great game 10/10 would hang themselves after knowing ubi ♥♥♥♥♥ed up a game that was near impossible to ♥♥♥♥♥ up.
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Jaycoub
( 5.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 8
This game is so poorly made that I crash 75% of the time I try to start a game.
It's amazing to be that they could ♥♥♥♥ tetris up this badly.
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Tetris-T
( 14.7 hrs on record )
Posted: March 27
WINDOWS 10 COMPATIBILITY WARNING!

If you start any other mode than Marathon first, your game will crash. To fix that issue, turn on compatibility mode for Windows 7 in the game's executable in its folder.

All otherwise, it's just Tetris, making it certain that it runs Flawlessly on Intel HD Graphics for me.
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Ñimbus
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 24
Yes, you can now rebind the keys, but controls are broken. I'll explain myself:

I connect two Xbox One gamepads. Now:

- If we want to play 3 people locally (one keyboard and two gamepads), player one uses the keyboard but is also controls the player with the first gamepad.

- If we want to play 2 people locally using only gamepads, player one controls both players.

Versus local gameplay only works when you only connect a gamepad, so the first player uses the keyboard and the other the gamepad.

Talking about the key mapping, it is console like, so very awkward for PC: you cannot press the key you would like to use for each movement. Instead of that, you have to go forth and back until you select your desired key.

And all these bugs and inconveniences just trying to play with friends in the same computer. I do not know if I can connect to other players online, but with the problems I am having locally, I am almost sure that online play is also full of flaws.
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ProJoe344
( 4.4 hrs on record )
Posted: March 22
Terribe game. I never thought that this recent tetris game will lack some much creativity and where is the competitivieness at. There isn't anything one can do about this game unless the developers put more affort into making this game fun for everyone. This is ridiculous Ubisoft, its 2016 and you guys are the only developers today that has this game created. I guess< I have to become a game designer soon, all so I can create a tetris game far better than this. I am sick of playing tetris friends on facebook lol and this game should be free to the public. If anyone know if some other company is making a decent tetris game please let me know thankyou.
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
Unstable while in UPlay online mode

The game has difficulty playing while Uplay is in Online mode, the game breaks most of the time and the only stable mode is Marathon. Once in offline mode, Tetris Ultimate performs better and smoother, therefore shifting the blame onto Uplay for causing the instability of the game. This however means that you are unable to complete Uplay actions and achievements for the game, as well as being unable to play against opponents online.

This game also likes to be played in Windowed mode, for some odd reason.

Modes are standard for a Tetris game

The only exceptions to this is the pre-included DLC modes, which provide an extra layer of depth to the game. The ranges of the Tetribot are appreciated and welcome however.

Key mappings (included in latest patch) are unintuitive to modify

using Z and X keys to modify key mappings is rather unintuitive and difficult as some players prefer the Z(cw)/X(ccw)/L-Shift(hold) and direction keys for movement/hard drop/soft drop. A preferred enter press (and wait for next key input) would have helped here.

Adjustable DAS/ARR is welcome, although a bit touchy.

As is, the game starts off with a slow Delay Auto Shift (DAS) and Auto Repeat Rate (ARR), so it is recommended to modify them at start. It would also be recommended to have a mini-matrix to test the DAS/ARR so that it can be tested on the fly instead of having to go into a mode to test whether or not it feels right.

Pretty != Functional

While the game looks aesthetically pleasing, the use of shaders to glow the active tetrimino causes some difficulty in seeing where it actually is, added to that I had occasional headaches because of such. The glow coming from line clears was also unnecessary as it causes further delays and additional resources to be used. It would be helpful to be able to disable them or use them conservatively for that.

No Multiplatform support

This could be because of the shaders used in the version, as well as Uplay, but it's a shame that Tetris Ultimate has no multiplatform support. It would be helpful to those who use either Linux or Mac as well.

No Mod support

Had this game had mod support for extra modes and custom tetriminoes, or a much more customizable outlook, the game would have had a better experience, but since it doesn't, it's more of a mediocre experience which is difficult to keep up on.

I had lowered my expectations for Tetris Ultimate PC, and had half expected it not even to run on my laptop, but it had surprised me that it worked on a 5 year old laptop with near 60fps speeds. If the above issues are resolved, the game would be much more functional and better to play. the game is rather poorly optimized and if some extra polish is given to the game, the game would be worth a bit more to many other people who have bought this.
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273 of 310 people (88%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
Bought the 3DS version, but I didn't like playing with a DPad.
Had a PS4 arcadestick lying around, so I bought the PS4 version, but I didn't like playing with bugs and a developer that is not willing to patch these.
Bought the Steam version, but I don't like it, because:

- unskipable logos/intros
- laggy logos/intros
- laggy menu
- half-♥♥♥ support for my arcadesticks (which work fine with everything else), left/right is up/down, buttons don't work *
- no option to set custom controls *
- adware popping up random when exiting the game

And probably more, but I don't wanna spend more time with this than I already did. At least not until the last 3 points have been fixed.

If you wanna play a good version of Tetris, try Tetris DS or stick with the 3DS version of T.U.

* semi-fixable with Joy2Key or XPadder, but will add inputlag, rendering the game even more unplayable
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183 of 201 people (91%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
This is such a shame.... Such a shame that in this day and age, we can't get a working, updated version of Tetris. After the fiasco of the next gen console releases and total lack of support for fixing them for just under a year now, I don't know why I'm surprised.

No, I cannot recommend this to anyone as it stands now. The game keep crashing, you can't remap your controls, very clunky user interface. I'd like to give an opionion about actual gameplay, but I can't due to the constant crashes. From what I can tell, seems to be a direct port of the console versions, slow play and slow line clear delay.

I'm going to give it some time to see if Ubi does anything about these issues, but I'm holding no hope going by their previous track record for the console games.

Very happy that I can get a refund through Steam for this as it's the ONLY reason I decided to purchase and try it. Was hoping to finally get a decent game with decent multiplayer, but I guess I'll have to just keep on waiting.
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175 of 203 people (86%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
The game does NOT allow you to remap keys in the options menu.
I do not recommend this game.

(edit) A patch has been released that tackles this problem

The game also suffers from crashes..
(edit) The game still suffered from crashes, tested on two Win 10 systems. But I've actually been able to play without crashes on both systems after
- Running steam and Uplay as administrator and verifying the integrity of the game cache
- On 1 system, I also had to run the game on Win 7 compatibility mode

(edit) More time needs to be spend to actually review the gameplay, but the game is playable. First impression:
There are too many small annoyances (menu, audio, visual) that has nothing to do with gameplay/game modes itself. So overall, it leaves a bad taste, even though the gameplay itself might be decent. For now, overall, I'd still not recommend it ( it's not completely rubbish, just mediocre and definitely not "Ultimate"), but I think that one could enjoy it casually on a rainy day.

It should also be noticed that a quad core recommendation is insane for a tetris game with a 'casual' tag. Clearly it's a lazy console port to pc.
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107 of 116 people (92%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
Okay finally arrived better late then never. I have played only about an hour and dabbled in most of the game types (Except the ones that crashed) and here's what I think.

Lets start positive because there are some good things. It looks great. I like the aesthetics it is probably one of the better looking versions of Tetris there is. People who prefer the really really minimalist designs in some of the unofficial variants like Lockjaw or Nullpolimo might not like it but I do, especially when you compare it to last gen which i really did not like. There are also a good number of game modes so every kind of player will find something they are after, whether its Marathon, Sprint or Battle. Okay thats all I got for god things so lets move on.

My criticisms are divided in 2 minds, one as an aspiring game designer and one as a Tetris fanatic.

I really dislike the approach to TU's Menu design. It looks good, and animates well. But its not intuitive and clutters the screen with a lot of information most of which is hard to direct around at first. Especially since there is no real tutorial. Or I should say there is one but its placed in a spot that no first time player is gonna find. And when you do get to it you are faced with an encyclopedia of text. If you were trying to follow the instructions you would have to constantly flop back to that menu.

I could understand if the dev team wanted to not have the players go through menu after menu but I would of rather something simpler. A starting menu that says "Online, Solo, Settings, Profile" which then opens up into something else. instead of an overwhelming amount of text as soon as you hit start.

On the subject of clicking things. I'm not sure why they decided to make somethings clickable and somethings not. Everything in the footer requires key presses and somethings require clicks. You have to be a little more consistent than that. Its like trying to play an FPS in an options menu. Also who thought it was a good idea to make the two keys to press "O" for confirm and "Backspace" for exit. Those keys are in the middle of nowhere and doesn't relate to any of the keys during play.

And now we come to some issues with the gameplay.

Something happens the faster you want to play and it comes from your expectation compared to what happens. 2 things that are really critical is line clear speed and when you are allowed to rotate the incoming piece. The longer that delay is between what you want to do next and when the game allows you to do it Is very important especially the faster you want to play. Very important for sprint players.

I am not that quick of a player, relatively speaking compared to the really really hardcore players, but even I am getting irritated with the delay. When you know what to place next, and when you know you hit the button to rotate, but the game lets you down by not keeping up with you. Its very frustrating aspect.

The decision to allow sensitivity was good. Maybe not to the degree I'd like, something finer than a 1-10 scale would of been nice, but a lot of variants don't have it so fine. The decision to Lock the Controls and the Piece orientation on the other hand is baffling to me. I had no idea they did this because I thought it was a given before it came out. I play with the numpad because it means I can rotate both ways with just my right hand. Thats how I play thats whats comftable for me. I also don't like using the space bar for drop, I prefer a smaller key and one next to my hold like "z" because i prefer using my index finger instead of my thumb.

these specific issues for everyone to play a certain way makes me think Tetris Ultimate had a very clear goal in mind and I'm not one that likes it.

If you are a casual player who doesn't play tetris often, maybe occasionally a long time ago. The game is fine. There are bugs here and there (3 of the game modes crashed on startup for me in the first 20mins) but its manageable, and if you are able to navigate the god awful tetris party up system, its okay.

The problem is I don't think its worth it to get it on PC. because if you are playing causally, 4 controllers will work, 4 keyboards won't.
More pressing is I don't think its worth your $15USD. You can get the same things from other outlets that let you satisfy that craving and then move on... and get back to Fallout 4 or something. If you hadn't already bought the game on your XBone or PS4, theres no reason to get this version.

If you are like me and you are a Hardcore player. This game is missing far to many options and crashes to many times to be taken seriously for your time. If you are a marathon player you would rather play TGM, if you are a multiplayer player you would rather play Top or Cultris. If you are a sprint player you would rather play Nullpol or Lockjaw. Most of them cater what you are after, better. and most of them are Free to play as well.

The only reason you would play Tetris Ultimate is if you hadn't tried any others.
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99 of 121 people (82%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
Controller support for the Xbox One controller with the recently released wireless adapter for Win 10 is completely broken, it simulates that you're holding left on the stick permanently, making the game unplayable if you plan on using a controller.
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52 of 55 people (95%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 11, 2015
One year and two days for porting aaand it's still broken.
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62 of 71 people (87%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
When free alternatives are superior in every way, you know you messed up.

Check out Harddrop.com for Tetris info and said free alternatives!
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45 of 49 people (92%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
I have been waiting for this game for almost a year, and wouldn't you know it, the next time I look for its release date it's yesterday! I was so excited! And then I saw the reviews. I figured I'd waited this long so I should still buy it and give it a shot. If it's bad I'll just refund it, right?

I will be submitting my refund request as soon as I finish this review.

First thing I noticed is that I had to initiate uPlay which always reminds me of those people in high school who try to include themselves in everything you and your friends do. And since I never use uPlay, it had to update first, I had to enter the product key for the game, and then wait for it to decide to let me play.

The second thing I noticed is that my controller didn’t work. At all. I didn’t try very hard to fix it (because I’d already lost hope), but nothing I did made it so I could use my controller in any part of the game.

The menu didn’t look bad, but it was a little over the top for a tetris game. It seemed like it was designed for a touch screen. Also the key bindings in the menu were strange. Who uses the letter “O” to accept changed settings?

The gameplay didn’t seem very different from the mobile app I use, though I didn’t play it for long.

Now the music on the other hand was terrible. I thought I was playing tetris, not haunting a victorian era mansion! The only time that kind of music would be appropriate for tetris is if you were playing in a funeral home.

Ubisoft, I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you haven’t been flipping the pages on your calendar, but it’s 2015. How is it that you couldn’t make a decent tetris game? All I want is to move around different shaped blocks with catchy music playing in the background. Because of you, Ubisoft, I’m just going to download a ROM of tetris from the days when game developers didn’t have their heads so far up their butts they could make a simple game about falling blocks that didn’t sound like it needed some freaking zoloft.
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43 of 46 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 10, 2015
pros:
-looks pretty nice
-movement speed and soft drop speed adjustments are present, although could be a bit better
-single player game modes are decent
-multiplayer ruleset was refreshing (messy garbage, no garbage countering - promotes a new and different playstyle, rewards downstacking more)
-controller support (yay?)

cons:
-crashes when starting some game modes (randomly)
-no irs(initial rotate system - allows rotation of next piece during line clear animation/drop animation)
-no ihs(initial hold system - allows holding of next piece during line clear animation/drop animation)
(a combination of the above two results in hesitation and many misdrops)
-no customizable controls (why do you force us to use the default mappings? at least there's controller support...)
-hard to find opponents on multiplayer
-matchmaking with predefined rooms and rules?
-menus are not intuitive to navigate or interact with
-what happened to replays? The 3DS version had a working replay system, with integrated StreetPass and friend replays shown.

I probably missed a few points somewhere, but that's what I think of the game. If you want to have a bit of fun playing the single-player game modes and don't mind the game crashing a few times before you get it to work, then spend the $15 on the game. If not, don't. In my opinion, and quite ironically, The 3DS version, which is the first version of TU that was made, is the best version in terms of gameplay, although it's unfortunate that the online play was kinda bad.
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