Conclusion: All in all, even if you're not a puzzle fan, or you've never heard of Tetris, buy this as soon as you can. Or at least try the demo. You won't regret the purchase if you decide to buy it. Well that concludes this review, I'll see you in a match of FFA! Overall 10/10 Post comments under here.
Excerpt: Games don’t usually offend me. I understand that there are bad games out there, and that’s fine (to some degree), but when classic games are repackaged in such a way that they are merely vehicles for a hidden, more sinister objective to ride in, I tend to get a tad pissed.
Summary: Overall this is an incredibly addictive game that is great exercise for the brain, and just trying to get the achievements will get you hooked. At 800 points or ten dollars it is definitely a better option than the Tetris game already available for Xbox 360 that you buy at the stores.
Summary: Way back in the day, when I was young and apparently most people were even younger, a game called Incredible Crisis captured my imagination. Your goal was to keep the main character out of trouble on what was the worst day of his life, by playing a range of minigames.
Conclusion: In the end you are left with a very solid, if unremarkable, Tetris experience. The single player is as addictive as ever, but I guess it is somehow diminished by the fact that Tetris is already available on a variety of platforms – from PCs to mobile phones.