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Mixed or average reviews- based on 11 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
  2. Negative: 3 out of 11

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  1. Mar 11, 2023
    I don’t like the extra payment I need to make as an owner to get the upgrade. It is still the same game. To offer an usual update as a whole new version isn’t wort any rating more than 2.
  2. Mar 16, 2023
    This game is really unneeded, whats the point of another Tetris game! too many payments for something you can get for free on your phone! completely pointless
  3. Mar 22, 2023
    Can’t go wrong with Tetris, super fun and satisfying
    Kinda cringe music but it’s good music
  4. Mar 21, 2023
    i mean, its tetris. nothing much more to say. it exists, more like a graphics test for new consoles

Universal acclaim - based on 8 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 8
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  1. 100
    Tetris Effect: Connected is as essential as it ever was and its PSVR2 debut adds yet more polish and immersive features to what was already the best Tetris game money can buy. I would award Tetris Effect: Connected more than ten out of ten I could, but I can't, so here we are. Buy it.
  2. Mar 6, 2023
    In summary, Tetris Effect: Connected is the easiest game to recommend, with just a couple of exceptions; In its purest form, it is Tetris, first and foremost, and from an aesthetic standpoint, it is a beautiful showcase of what VR games can achieve, almost perfectly now thanks to the improved performance and power of the PSVR2. But for those who have already played the previous version ad nauseum and/or don’t own a PSVR2 (much less a PS5, as the console can still be tricky to find), it may not be worth the upgrade price, even if it is relatively cheap. Those two caveats aside, this is a must-have game that will impress even the most hesitant of folks over the unique experience of VR gaming.
  3. Mar 2, 2023
    A nifty new feature utilises PSVR2's eye-tracking; close your eyes for about a second, and when you open them again, you'll enter the game's Zone state. You can still just press a button to enable it, but it's pretty cool you can use a simple gesture like this for gameplay purposes. Aside from that, this is the same great spin on Tetris we all know and love. Fantastic music is paired with vibrant, sumptuous visuals, and together they take this nearly 40-year-old game to a new level, whether you play it in PSVR2 or on your telly.