Tetris Effect Announced For PS4 And PSVR

If you were betting on the first pre-E3 game to revealed by Sony then you would have lost your money because, like the Spanish Inquisition, no one was expecting Tetris in VR.

Tetris Effect is the new game, and it’s coming from Enhance, the studio of Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi. It’s named after the psychological effect of looking at everyday objects, such as products on a supermarket shelf, and idling wondering how you could fit them all together neatly, Tetris style. The game aims to “amplify this magical feeling of total immersion by surrounding you with fantastic, fully three-dimensional worlds that react and evolve based on how you play.”

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Fan-favourite modes like Marathon, Sprint, and Ultra will return and because reasons, there’s an leveling system.You will also be able to enter “The Zone” which stops the Tetriminos falling, giving you a chance to fix your mistakes. Oh, and there are also dolphins, because dolphins are cool.

The game will launch this autumn for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR.

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4 Comments

  1. Well that was so awesome I watched it twice. Totally unexpected but now I can hardly wait.

  2. So Tetris with a bunch of weird, distracting stuff going on all around you in VR?

    Not what anyone was expecting, a totally stupid idea, and probably a day one purchase.

    Now, let’s all just forget our predictions for what the “countdown to E3” announcements are going to be, because it’s obviously not going to go how we thought it would.

  3. So Tetris with a bunch of weird, distracting stuff going on all around you in VR?

    Not what anyone was expecting, a totally stupid idea, and probably a day one purchase.

    Now, let’s all just forget our predictions for what the “countdown to E3” announcements are going to be, because it’s obviously not going to go how we thought it would.

    (And if this shows up twice, it’s not my fault. Posted comment, failed to load the page, refreshed, comment wasn’t there, posted it again, got told it was a duplicate comment. Weird.)

  4. Wow, take away all the flash and hyperbole and you have Tetris, without the effects.

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