What should be said about Tetris, which hasn’t been featured many times over the years? As a game, it is one of the pioneers of the scene. A game that gives you the opportunity to integrate mainstream life and virtual vision into one. It’s a game that has sold millions of copies in all formats and is one of the most ported titles in history. However, no matter what version of Tetris you are playing, the basic idea is the same. Move the 7 Tetriminos along the grid and line them up to increase points. Rinse the world that you are a Tetris master, and scream repeatedly. job. Done. Until next time.
In that sense Tetris Effect: Connected There is no difference. You can access a regular Tetris playboard. You’ll be given the chance to move down the grid to control the seven most spectacular tetriminos and rotate them to switch to the prime point scoring position. As Git Gadd, and these little guys fall faster, you’ll have to move your fingers faster, making the whole stiffer and tougher. Filling the grid will result in a game over … After about 10 seconds, until the adrenaline level means you need to get another fix.
Importantly, Tetris Effect: Connected performs all the functions of regular Tetris, but is full of glitz and charm. With a level of eye and ear candy that the original creator Alexey Pajitnov could only dream of.In fact, it’s so sparkling that it’s easy to see that this version was put together by Enhance members, with Rez Infinite’s track record. Lumines – It’s an illusion of light, just as the board, tetrimino, and the players themselves pulsate in sync with gameplay. Oh, and in just the right way, there are also several collaborative and competitive game modes. Yeah, Tetris is no longer a lonely game.
Tetris Effect: No matter where you start Connected, it doesn’t really matter. All game modes cover the basics you would expect from a Tetris title. But it’s all about getting rid of it, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of new ideas here.
The career running under the Journey Mode banner is probably about to begin, and this in itself will keep you going for a while. Promising a voyage of emotions and discoveries, there are more than 30 stages here, through the fields of the galaxy at a unique level to each other, all promise to reach deep into your soul. Your job is to nail the Tetris line, grab the score, and push the boundaries of finger movement as the speed increases to ridiculously fast levels. There are practice options that you can play without worrying about taking L, and there is a beginner, usually expert level. All of these are interchangeable as we progress. You can always find something to enjoy. And if you start finding it a bit annoying and your skill can’t match the speed of a given level (about 11 stages if you’re like me), drop down to a simpler difficulty Make sure you can do just keep going in your own little world.
Each stage has its own theme and is given a great name to enhance the immersive feeling. And with so many leaderboards, you’re free to call your bragging rights to your closest loved one. It’s a simple structure, but it promises enough depth as you work through each step and become more and more familiar with what you need. Basically, the style blocks the drop.
Tetris Effect: Connected solves the problem with a nice little game feature called Zone. As you drop the tetrimino and climb the board, you’ll find that you’re filling this zone before calling it when all the hell is unleashed. Quick actions allow the zone to function, stop the tetrimino drop speed, and give you an idea of what’s happening right now. Rotating and rotating blocks before locating them is an essential skill for Tetris Masters, and zones can make you feel like a Grandmaster of all blocks. This is a cool little feature you can count on when time is tight.
That journey mode is complemented by several secondary solo activities in-game called effect modes. This is a simple drop-in, hop-out style event that holds some great modes to suit your current mood. Divided into Classic, Relax, Focus and Adventure game modes, you’ll be given the chance to take part in a one-off match, bring your score back and leave the world again. Marathon, Ultra, Sprint and Master modes are all built into Classic, perfect for 5-minute moments and long-running events. To be honest, the playthrough here lasts only a few seconds at most, so the latter point is completely lost to me. If you’re looking for something a little more cool, the relaxing area is for you. There are marathon modes with no game over issues, quick play single stage hitters, or 3 different playlists, each centered around 4 different stages. Around the sea, the wind, or the world.
If you really want to dig deeper into Tetris, Focus Arena is likely to be for you, especially since they are a pretty fun shift. These offer All Clear. This is the task of clearing the puzzle line before time runs out, another task of making the combo angle work, and the last task of focusing on the target block. This is a really clever twist, requiring the game to add random blocks to the playfield and earn Tetris to remove them. Finally, Adventurous mixes things further in countdown, cleansing, and mystery modes. Tetris Effect: Connected has a lot to do with yourself. With these solo options alone, you can spend a serious amount of time.
Connected also has a multiplayer opportunity, as the name implies, you can see off people from the other side of the globe in either a local sofa-based family or friend, or a friend’s match or ranking. I will. No matter which option you choose, the Tetris effect will be as smooth and smooth as your solo campaign, with no judder, stutter or lag hints. In a nutshell, Tetris Effect: Connected allows you to sort by multiple multiplayer options. Classic old school Tetris score attacks, newer, more modern score attacks, zone battles that bring new zone mechanics, and connected. In this latter option, a team of three players (which can include AI if desired) work together to counter the execution of three AI-controlled bosses. It’s a little idea, but personally, it’s a little too long for my taste. Unless you have a team of players of the same wavelength (or knocking on your personal AI friends to their maximum skill). Level), that’s one game mode I’m willing to ignore.
But you’re playing, and as suggested near the beginning of this piece, Connected has some magical moments, many of which depend on a wonderful combination of visual and audio. It’s almost a match played in heaven. To tell the truth, any of these can easily take Tetris’ core experience to a new level, but throwing them together will bring something with some of the best gaming experiences right there. There is.
A lot is happening visually, especially in a career that takes you to multiple worlds and changes the look, or dare to say, the feel of tetrimino every turn. Most of these work great when you flip through different hues, different themes, great ideas, or flop. They all don’t come off perfectly, and admit that as things actually get more intense, the standard tetrimino design may not come off-things filled with gears blur things a bit. -But overall, all ideas work.
It’s great when working on a multiplayer route, especially if you and your friends have the opportunity to play against some great astrological beasts. By merging boards and colors into one, you can deliver powerful blasts in the way your opponents do. This means that the opportunity for cooperation is fun. It’s an immersive experience you’ve never seen in a Tetris play session.
Things get even better with the inclusion of some absolutely cracking backing tracks and an overall soundtrack. While regular Tetris pings are needed, it’s the audio cues, throbbing soundtracks, and unparalleled calm songs that push the entire session. They vividly complement the visuals and ramp up as needed so that everything is in one.
Tetris Effect: I rarely complain about Connected. Well thought out as a game, the controls are good, and there are some weird things when it comes to collaborative fighting, but it’s easy to miss them. As an experience, it’s right there at some of the biggest awesome moments in the history of recent games. You won’t feel the chin go down in time with the beat or the visuals that hit your eyes.
At the end of the day, Tetris Effect: Connected on Xbox It’s just Tetris. It’s a game you’ve played millions of times, a game that everyone knows like the back of your hand, and you can close your eyes and get the highest score. And it’s very likely that its sense of friendliness is the only thing that keeps Connected away from perfect greatness. Yes, this version looks great, plays nicely, sounds great, and could be the best Tetris experience you’ve ever had, but after all, it’s still Tetris … and still, as before. Is stupid and addictive.
What should be said about Tetris, which hasn’t been featured many times over the years? As a game, it is one of the pioneers of the scene. A game that gives you the opportunity to integrate mainstream life and virtual vision into one. It’s a game that has sold millions of copies in all formats and is one of the most ported titles in history. But no matter what version of Tetris you play, the basic idea is the same. Move the seven tetriminos along the grid, line them up, and stack them in a rack …
Tetris Effect: Connected Review
Tetris Effect: Connected Review
Neil Watton (neil363)
- Deep carrier mode
- Gorgeous visual
- Stunning audio
- Rich content in effect mode
- Some game modes are not worth the time
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Enhance
- Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC
- Version reviewed-Xbox Series X
- Release Date-November 2020
- Selling Price-£ 39.49