Those of us old enough to remember Nintendo's Game Boy will rejoice in Enhance Games putting a space-age spin on the classic puzzle video game TETRIS.
As reported by SYFY Wire:
"Just in time for next week's E3 conference, the studio, helmed by Rez Infinite creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi, have unveiled the stunning trailer for Tetris Effect, a PlayStation 4 version of the game which they claim offers a "magical feeling of total immersion" that surrounds you with "fantastic, fully three-dimensional worlds that react and evolve" based on how you play. In this latest iteration, Tetris Effect has over 30 different stages on which your blocks will fall, starting from deep beneath the ocean and extending to the furthest reaches of outer space."
Judging by the teaser trailer, the visuals are so intense you'll have concentrate to keep your eyes focused on making sure everything fits into place.
SYFY Wire continues:
"There is one nifty new rule that we’re more than a little excited about. The game features the all-new 'Zone' mechanic, where players can stop time (and Tetriminos falling) by entering 'the Zone' to either get out of a sticky situation that could otherwise lead to 'Game Over,' or to rack up extra line clears for bonus rewards."
Tetris Effect will be released this fall, and be fully playable on either a standard display (up to 4K and 60fps on a PS4 Pro), or in mind-blowing 3D on PS VR.