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Puyo Puyo Tetris - PlayStation 4 Standard Edition
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- Ferocious Competition - At the heart of Puyo Puyo Tetris is the fighting spirit of players competing against each other to be most clever, cunning, and quick-witted one to set up devastating attacks on opponents. It's the classic easy-to-learn puzzles mashed up into a multiplayer battle like no other!
- Adventure Mode - The game also has a single player mode with ten unique acts, eatch with ten stages. They feature different characters from the Puyo Puyo or Tetris universes and have unique challenges to learn and master game mechanics that players must overcome!
- Arcade Modes - Online play has Puzzle League, which tracks players' ratings, players can save replays to upload and share, and more.
- There's also an in-game shop players can use their points to unlock different Puyo and Tetrimino skins, background music, stages, and more.
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Here’s a quick rundown of all the different ways to play:
Adventure– Single-player mode offers ten unique acts, each with ten stages featuring different characters from the Puyo Puyo and Tetris universes. Each stage contains unique challenges players will need to overcome in order to win and move on!
Multiplayer Arcade – For up to four local players, Multiplayer Arcade offers a wealth of game variants that will bring out players’ competitive nature!
Puyo Puyo Tetris-PlayStation 4
Puyos and Tetriminos Collide in a Frantic Four-Player Puzzle Mashup!
Two puzzle game juggernauts collide as Tetris, one of the largest-selling and recognized brands in gaming history, and Puyo Puyo from SEGA have combined to create a fun-to-play, fast-paced, competitive party game like no other! The game offers tons of gameplay styles – from single-player Adventure and Challenge modes to ferocious competition with up-to-four player Arcade modes, for tons of Tetris/Puyo variety. Plus, an in-game Shop enables players to unlock new characters and skins for Puyos and Tetriminos.
"Two puzzle game juggernauts collide as Tetris, one of the largest-selling and recognized brands in gaming history, and Puyo Puyo from SEGA have combined to create a fun-to-play, fast-paced, competitive party game like no other!
Up to 4 players will get to choose whether to play the classic Tetris or Puyo modes to compete against each other, or they can try any of the game's inventive fusion modes, including one where players have to master both Puyo Puyo AND Tetris together!
And whether it's trying to top the online leaderboards of worldwide competition or just being the best player on your couch, Puyo Puyo Tetris is chock full of puzzle action!
There are tons of different arcade modes 1 to 4 players can use to compete - from the classic Versus, to Fusion mode, where each board has both Puyos and Tetriminos. There's also a Big Bang challenge board where players race to clear challenges as quickly as possible, and Party mode which features powerups that players can activate power-ups."
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Puyo is a puzzle game (for those who do not know) where you stack blobs to make combination eliminations of said blobs (four or more connected). The game is generally competitive with the success of one side resulting in an avalanche of nuisance blobs for the other. Despite the obvious multiplayer appeal this series should have, this is the first game to include online multiplayer for anyone in NA. Maybe previous games in japan have had it, but they never made it across the ocean. Now since I've demonstrated my willingness to buy out of region games just to play Puyo I can answer if out of region version multiplayer works online. Short answer, not really. Maybe it's because the xbox is so unpopular in Japan, but I could never find anyone to play with. Now with the ps4 version finding online multiplayer is a breeze, even with people out of region. Finally the puyo game of my dreams.
Now for those of you only interested in single player or Tetris, the game does allow you to play virtually any way you want. Tetris vs tetris only? Go ahead. Tetris with no opponent? Sure. Puyo no opponent? Okay! The biggest failings here really is the single player non-campaign mode is just too easy. There doesn't seem to be anything you can do to make your AI puyo opponents any problem to beat, and endurance mode is anything but endurance because while it makes you face multiple opponents, you'll have blocks already built up ready to crush them with. Really the only true competition is multiplayer online. . . Except...
Campaign mode actually gets quite hard. Why the difficulty there couldn't have made it to single player AI matches is beyond me, but later in the campaign game things can get quite difficult. I must admit though, I'm not a fan of the campaign. The story is cherry on top for a game that is all about the competitive puzzling.
For me and anyone who wanted to do puyo online, this game is a must have. If you like the idea of competitive tetris, this game is also a must have. No doubt this gem will be under appreciated, but if I can convince anyone to buy it maybe they'll port over the next puyo game to the US as well. Here's hoping.
Now this is more of a spin off, so while this IS a story mode, you don't really need to know anything about either series to play it.
Now as for the story mode, it's a 100 level 'challenge' mode in a sense. There are 10 locations, and each one has 10 challenges, most start with a bit of dialogue, but then it's interrupted with a fight.
The cast of this story mode is a mix of puyo characters (the newer sega ones, and some of the older compile ones) and their first encounter with some newly created 'Tetris Characters'. who are pretty much anime designs based on each of tetris blocks.
The story mode is very much done in puyo's signature style, with goofy over the top situations. This style may not appeal to everyone, but you're given the option to skip them if you want.
While I did enjoy the wacky humor, it felt a bit more tame than the normal puyo stories, while at the same time a little more bland in it's presentation.
But overall it's fine. The gamplay of the storymode is fixed for each chapter, you start out with Tetris mission only, then get some puyo missions, then you play some of the other mixed/variant game modes.
But unfortunately there is no option to play just once style, so if you don't like Puyo or tetris, unfortunately you'll quickly hit a point where you'll want to stop playing.
But each mission has the '3 challenges' that some other puzzle games have, so it offers some nice replay value.
Here's where it gets a little disappointing.
There are only 6 game modes total:
Versus - Standard battle mode
Fusion - Play with both puyo's and tetris pieces at the same time.
Swap - Play both game modes but on separate boards, and the active board swaps every ~15 seconds.
Party - both game modes with items, go for the best score.
Big Bang - Essentially 'Puzzle mode' you've given a pre-set up board and you need to clean it. You have a time limit.
Challenge - 1p only. Solo mode for your standard clear X lines, score attack, etc.
And that's it.
While that's fine for a party, if you're a fan of puzzle games, you may be left wanting a little more.
For example, there are 7 main series puyo games (non-spinoffs) and through the years there have been TONS of game modes and rule variations.
For example the last puyo collection for the 3ds came with OVER 20 game mode for just puyo alone!
As for tetris, Tetris Axis on the 3ds also had over 20 game modes.
Now while I'd bet no one person played, and enjoyed every singe game mode in either collection, it would have been nice to see a little more variety,
With 40 game modes to pick from, they could only only come up with 6?
And it's not like they did not have time, the switch/ps4 version of this game is actually a port of a game from back in 2014.
It was released original for the 3DS, Wii U, PS Vita, PlayStation 3.
It would have been nice to see some game modes added for the new systems.
The controls felt very responsive, and I did not notice any input lag when connected to my hdmi monitor.
It's a 2d Game, so it loads quick, and plays smoothly.
The only small issue I had was with the dual shock 4's dpad, it seems to be a little too overly -sensitive for my tastes.
It's not really an issue with the game, I have the same problem with fighting games on the same controller.
I'm actually playing with a fight pad now, and I found that works much better :-)
It's a GREAT party game,
While the game modes are limit, you have something for everyone.
Newer players may like 'big bang' as it's more about solving the puzzles quickly, rather then setting yourself up.
For the more competitive players it has all the core modes you'd want, along with online ranked matches.
And for offline multiplayer, you'll even have a handicap option if you want to level the playing field.
And while not perfect, you're getting a fairly good deal for $30, weather you're a puyo fan or a tetris fan.
The game modes may be spares, but they're specifically set up to allow for both fan bases to enjoy the game together.
Here's to hoping Puyo 8 comes to the usa!
Despite seeming like the epitome of casual gaming, the playerbase for this game is competitive as hell, and therefore a huge nightmare online because a lot of the matchmaking, at least I feel, makes you feel really outclassed. You will not survive unless you learn how to play modern tetris, using the srs and combo setups, and at least a 3 to 4 chain reaction in Puyo.
Puyo is actually pretty straight forward. Most matches are based on simply whoever made the longer chain.
Tetris, on the other hand, doesn't really play like traditional single player tetris. It's a lot more viable to do tricky, hard stuff which relies on knowledge of the SRS, like t-spins (and of course, 4 wide combos are the most powerful thing in the game).
Overall, a strange thing happens where the average Joe Schmoe like you (I assume) and I are disadvantaged playing Tetris, but the high level players are at a huge advantage playing Tetris.
If you want to really get into this game's online, though, this is sadly the wrong console for it. The PS4 is by far its least popular platform, and the way dualshock controllers are set up actually invite misdrops, at least if you're using the default control scheme. I recommend going either PC, or Nintendo Switch.
Top reviews from other countries
This is Puyo Puyo Tetris.
More seriously though, the game can be quite entertaining, but I will say the character voices can get quite annoying and the story isn't for everyone (it's quite silly). Other than that, it's what the title says. Can be quite difficult at time, be prepared to improve your own skills.
A un precio excelente, la espera valió la pena, sin contratiempos en el envió, solo venia el disco suelto pero nada grave.
Update! - I must add that the Online lobbies are non-existent. You can get into ranked sometimes but freeplay is literally dead. This is a 5 star game but I have to reduce the star due to the community being dead. Get it on Nintendo Switch if you can.