Having played the Puyo Puyo Tetris demo on Nintendo Switch this past week, there’s some kind of block-dropping wizardry at work to make these two games blend so well together. It might sound dumb in your head, but it actually works really well, pitting you against other players and mixing the two games together in a variety of different ways.
The game’s out next week on 25th April in America and 28th April in Europe, coming to both PlayStation 4. It’s £24.99 / €29.99 / $29.99 on Sony’s console, but pricier on Switch because of the cost of cartridges, coming in at £34.99 / €39.99 / $39.99 (US retail) / $29.99 (US digital). That’s right, they’ve got a lower price for digital in the US, but not in the EU, because… well, I have no idea. It’s dumb and annoying, either way.
The only problem beyond the price is that my arse keeps getting handed to me by the AI. I need to get better, so it’s a good thing that Sega (and EU distributor Koch Media) have sent out some quick videos to help me become an overnight Tetris master.
Source: press release