For the 30th anniversary of the historical puzzle game, Ubisoft has chosen to produce a "hardcore" version of Tetris: at its core it is always the same, fantastic game, but some of the new modes and the highly competitive online play make for a version which is dedicated the most hardcore fans and "professional" players.
The most experienced players will be delighted with this and its customization options and online modes are very welcome elements. Nevertheless, not all the new elements are to be praised and there’s an overall lack of innovation in a title that sticks to its job as an anniversary game and not much more.
Most likely developed during Ubisoft Montreal's coffe breaks, Tetris Ultimate is quite a bad game. With 4 pitiful game modes and a limited appeal, the games is a cheap ripoff of Tetris DS that came out in 2006. If you want to buy a Tetris game on a portable Nintendo system go for Tetris DS or Tetris 3DS.
On my opinion this is the worst 3ds tetris... really bad graphics, not lodable audio... and bad modes... i have buyed it but but it's the last tetris for me from Ubisoft... Nintendo have removed from the e-shop the old tetris games before the release of this bad game but i have buyed the better Axis from a local store... Really better...
Don´t think "Tetris" could be boring? Well, just play "Tetris Ultimate" because they ultimatly **** out all the visual and musical fun out, compared to the "Tetris DS" Version (which was awesome...Nintendo Characters, Backgrounds, Music etc.). It is dull, uninspired, new modes aren´t **** feels like a Cashgrab, not like a carefully crafted **** stay away...feels more like "Microsoft-Excel Tetris"..
SummaryThe world’s most-loved puzzle game arrives on next-gen consoles, and is better than ever in Tetris® Ultimate. With six exciting modes, fun new features, and unique visuals, the evolution of this iconic game is the ultimate must-have on next-gen consoles.