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- All-new gameplay modes, like Go Low and Eraser
- Compete with up to four players through Xbox Live
- New intelligent matchmaking system pits players against others with an online ladder system
- Players can track their overall skill level and accumulate Xbox Live achievement points to increase their Gamerscore
- More than a dozen high-definition background videos
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Tetris Evolution X360
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I'm going to review this game from a 2009 point-of-view, considering the Xbox Live version as well.
First things first, the XBox controller is a definite barrier. I own 4 controllers and finally found one that has a smidge more precision than the rest and I don't have too many issues any more (granted, it shouldn't take ~$90 in controllers to get this). I can't say the same for when friends come over and pick up a second controller for a few quick games.
After this, the gameplay options are fun and many. My favorite will always be marathon (online), but additions like Cascade and others make for a fun experience.
One of the largest benefits of this version versus the XBLA version is that you can have four people play on one screen with them lined parallel across the screen. In the XBLA version they are organized into a square and are too small to be comfortably played, even on a 37" TV.
The graphics are what you'd expect for a 25 year old game on a HD system. They are HD and vibrant. One quibble is that the default background is distracting (actually gave me motion sickness!) but is easily changed. The graphics are better than the XBLA version, which is to be expected.
The music is what you've come to love (or loath) with some updates to the. I play streaming music from my laptop so this isn't a major issue for me. One little quibble is that each number of eliminated lines has it's own sound effect. When you get a single it's an embarassing sound, but that's just me going overboard in the dork area. It's nothing horrible.
In 2009 the XBLA version blows this version away in terms of number of people you have to play against. So if going online is a deciding factor for you, get that version instead. Otherwise, both versions have crisp play.
+Tons of gameplay options compared to XBLA version
+Low Price Point after a few years (XBLA version still cheaper)
-Not as many people to play online as XBLA version
-The XBox 360 D-Pad
My girlfriend loves Tetris, and I decided to get this for her birthday. The xbox hasn't been hooked up in a while. Now its on all the time, and everyone in the house has been playing this game.
The ability to change the music and background is pretty cool. The different multi-player games have been pretty fun as well. I don't really have any complaints.