Online Tetris matches against 99 opponents, rinse and repeat.
GAMEPLAY: It’s the standard modern tetris (you can keep spinning and moving even after pieces have landed), so there’s no challenge until you’re overwhelmed by garbage sent from the opponents, which usually only happens when you’re top 10, or earlier on for random reasons. Once you’ve won a few times, there really is no sense of progression, since it just starts over again without any difficulty increase.
Practicing T-spin setups is always fun, but I’d rather do it in Puyo Puyo Tetris.
AUDIOVISUALLY: Generic really.
STORY/PRESENTATION: Extremely simple, you just press start and go. The stats page is also a bit too limited, only showing how many first places you’ve got, but not second or third places.
MULTIPLAYER: There’s only online multiplayer against 99 strangers, and the interaction is limited. Could have been cool if a friend could join on your Switch.
All in all, it was fun to brush off my Tetris skills, but it didn’t hold my attention all that long, since there’s no sense of progression. After 20-30 wins, I felt very done.