Tetris Evolution Xbox 360

  • Publisher: THQ
  • Release Date: Mar 19, 2007
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  1. RobP.
    Mar 26, 2007
    8
    Tetris Evolution is a must have for every Tetris fan! There are so many little different achievements that you strive to unlock. Since the primary function of the game hasn't changed in years, THQ was able to make pretty cool lookin' backgrounds, but they can get very distracting in game. I tend to choose less fancy backgrounds to concentrate on the pieces! It was definitely Tetris Evolution is a must have for every Tetris fan! There are so many little different achievements that you strive to unlock. Since the primary function of the game hasn't changed in years, THQ was able to make pretty cool lookin' backgrounds, but they can get very distracting in game. I tend to choose less fancy backgrounds to concentrate on the pieces! It was definitely worth every penny of the $30 I paid for! Expand
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 21 Critics

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  2. Negative: 6 out of 21
  1. The single-player and multiplayer options are solid yet predictable, and the game's got all the personality of a screensaver. If 22 years of Tetris have left you tired of the formula, Tetris Evolution will do very little to reignite your passion for this classic Russian mind-bender.
  2. The gameplay is essentially the same as it has ever been, but instead of having only one game mode, there are a bunch of variants for you to meddle with. It’s good if you LOVE Tetris and can’t get enough, but newcomers shouldn’t expect to find a mode that straps certain powers onto different colored blocks.
  3. 63
    If you don’t mind dishing out a few extra bucks for a game you’ve played hundreds of time before, just keep in mind that the Xbox 360 controller holds back the gameplay needlessly.