Tetris Worlds - PlayStation 2

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  • Six modes of gameplay, each with unique rules for playing Tetris.
  • Multi-player game lets up to four players see who can clear levels the fastest.
  • Play Tetris in six different worlds, each evolving as you clear levels.
  • Increasing levels of complexity and difficulty as players complete each level.
  • Simple gameplay, easy to pick up without instruction, and completely addictive!

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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation2 | Edition: Standard

The classic returns with enhanced PS2 advantages. Here's a simple story and easy-to-learn gameplay that ends in complete psychological addiction. There are 6 worlds you can send your Mino "Tetrinaut" to. Once there, your Mino will work to transform his new home from a barren planet into a beautiful place. Tetris Worlds lets you play 6 different Tetris games in two ways: Story mode and Arcade mode.

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Platform:PlayStation2  |  Edition:Standard
Release date March 20, 2002
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3.5 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.2 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard
We love Tetris, and we loved the version for the N64. We were eagerly awaiting Tetris Worlds to come out. After finally playing it, it is a disappointment. No longer can you go head to head against another player until one of you builds up enough blocks to "die". Instead, you have games which are fast, with a timer, and goals. This would be cool if you could change the time limit and set the goals on your own, but you can't. I thought they would never be able to screw up Tetris, but THQ has proven me wrong. My wife used to love this game, now with Tetris Worlds, she is pretty much disgusted with it. She misses the fact that no longer can she play against me, without a time limit, to see who can go the longest. She can only do that in story mode.
If you like short quick games of Tetris, you will like this version. If you would like a game with more customization, where you can actually set a goal, and choose whether or not to have a time limit, you will hate this version of Tetris.
We decided to give this a 2 because the little quick games are ok, but it is disappointing that you can't actually customize it the way you want to play it. It seems like the makers of Tetris didn't give a thought to people who actually like to play long games at all.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard
Ever since I first played Tetris on the Gameboy, I was hooked. It was an insanely addictive game, simple to play but challenging to master. This past year, I picked up a copy of the game for the original Nintendo (NES) and I found the game to be just as fun and addictive as I remembered more than a decade ago. When I saw that Tetris was available on the PS2, I was interested in picking up the game. It would be fun for my fiancé and I to play the game together. Unfortunately, this game didn't live up to the standard set by its 8-bit predecessor.
In addition to the classic Tetris, there are several other ways to play Tetris in this game. They all work from the same basic formula of various 4-block shapes falling and needing to be manipulated to form lines. What is different is the goals of each game. Some games require you to form combinations of the same colored blocks, others like "Cascade" allow blocks that become unattached after a line clears to drop down, permitting new scoring combinations. Initially, these new games were interesting, but I found myself craving the classic tetris. That is here, too, but the blocks on the screen are rather small, and there is now an option to play with a time limit.
Even if I didn't like the new Tetris games, I expected that I would be as addicted to the classic tetris. I wasn't. I don't know what was changed, but the game just wasn't as fun and addicting, and yet I can play the NES version today and still get wrapped up in the game. This game doesn't seem to be as fast, the screen is way too small, and whatever was changed causes the game to be not as good. It's the same Tetris, but the updates detract from the game rather than add to it. I can't recommend this. I would suggest you find a NES or a Gameboy and play the original. I'll be much more fun to play.
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By A. E. Cesaro on September 16, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard
Forget what you know, the variations offered in this game let you learn how to play tetris all over again. Some of the variations are fun and others will probably turn out to be not for you.
I know I had a problem playing the squares version of this game where you had to make 4x4 squares out of the same types of pieces. I never quite figured that out.
There's another version called collapse where the pieces fall down as rows below them are cleared. This is kind of like Dr Mario, where extra pieces fall down to the playing field below, and unlike classic tetris where you have to clear the rows above a gap to fill the gaps.
There's a version where the same colored pieces stick together. This was challenging because pieces also fall down as you clear the rows like the version above and when two of the same color pieces touch, they stick together. Its an interesting twist.
In both versions pieces are both traditional and segmented, for example sometimes the straight piece made up of 4 segments will be all in one piece/color, sometimes it will be made up of 2 or 3 or 4 different pieces/colors. Which makes it all the more challenging, you have to plan for how the segments of each piece will fall as well.
Another added bonus is that now your piece preview shows you the next several pieces that are in the queque (I think it shows the next 6), not just the next one up. The only version of Tetris that I think is missing was the version for Nintendo '64 Tetris Sphere. That game brought the Tetris game to a 3-Dimensional level where you had to get rid of groups of pieces instead of organize them into groups. When they bring that game over to the next-gen systems then my tetris collection will be complete.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2Edition: Standard
This game is a waste of money and sadly the only Tetris game for PS2 I've found. It's hard to imagine making a simple game frustrating to play, but THQ has succeeded in doing just that. My biggest complaint about the game is the blatant lack of customizable options, especially for the controller. You are stuck with the buttons they've chosen which I found to be less than ideal. Game play in multiplayer is lame too as you can't turn off the 2 minute clock or the stupid annoying 'Nino' character that constantly bounces around the bottom of the screen. Who comes up with this stuff???...you can add eyebrows to Nino but you can't configure the buttons on the controller!!! If that wasn't bad enough it seems to forget your settings between games so you're constantly adjusting things instead of playing the game. Graphics are lame too...would rather play it on a gameboy.
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