Tetris Plus (PSX) Game - Playstation Tetris Plus (PSX)
Tetris Plus is an Action, Strategy game developed by Natsume Co., Ltd. and published by Jaleco USA, Inc. in 1996 for the Playstation.
Four exciting modes of play :
Classic, Head-to-Head, Puzzle, edit.
Never ending challenges :
Master 80-Mind blowing puzzles,
Discover 20 bonus stages,
Design your own puzzle in edit mode.
Tetris Plus Review by: thing1The awesome little professorAlright. Dang, it has been awhile since I have written a review, hasn't it? Well now, is that not interesting. Anyway, on with the show...
Today I will be talking about Tetris Plus for the Play Station 1... (this is my first Video Game Room review, isn't it? Huh.) and the awesome little professor (forget his assistant. MWAHAHA) that story line is about. So. First thing is first...
Graphics: a 7.
The graphics, just like any other Play Station 1 game, are not the best in the world. But, boy (and girl), let me tell you what: the graphics on this game actually are not half bad. I mean, it's got that 2D'ish 3-dimensional look going for it, and then the title screen is not half bad... and when the professor starts freaking out, he runs back and forth (which is hilarious, by the way), and just the other little things in the game dealing with graphics. The only reason it is not getting higher than a 7 is because it is not on a newer game console, so it was the best it could be on Play Station 1.
Sound: a 7.
The sound gets a 7. As much as I love this game, and the sounds the professor makes, the music is just annoying sometimes. I mean, most of the time it can be pretty neat, but then again, it sounds repetitive. But, the sounds the professor makes are so hilarious, such as the UMPH! And AHHHHHHHH!!! He gives during each stage is hilarious, so that makes up for some of the flaws on the music's count. The game all-together is alright in terms of it's sound, but the music... meh.
Addictiveness: a 10.
Not very often do I give 10's out (just look at some of my other reviews. You'll see just how much I do: barely ever), but the game itself is so simple, it is addicting, sort of like Pac-Man. I mean, simple, yet the game is addictive. Now, I will be the first to admit that there are some pretty hard stages, but the story line and the way the professor acts makes up for it. The game is just pure amazing. This is a must have for any Play Station 1 game collectors, or Tetris Lovers, that is how addicting this game is. So yes, the 10 is definitely earned.
Story: an 8.
The Story itself is pretty interesting. You go around playing Tetris, and while you are doing this, you are helping the professor recover ancient artifacts, and treasure and stuff. You have to keep him alive, or else you have to start that level all over again. But that is about it, as far as the story goes.
Depth: a 7.
The Depth of the game is huge. I mean... there are different worlds, and different levels, and multi-player story mode, where each player is playing story mode on their own.The game has a good bit to offer, seeing as how it is an early Play Station 1 game. It does take awhile to beat, however. I never even beat the entire thing on my own, for crying out loud.
Difficulty: a 5.
The difficulty of this game depends really on whether you like these types of games (puzzles, to be more exact, although this does not exactly describe Tetris Plus). If you are good at it, then only some of the levels are going to be hard. But, if you don't usually play these games, this will be one game that you will not stop playing. The only reason I am giving the difficulty a 5 is because of some of the levels are really hard. I mean, I had to get my Mom (insert wanna-be white Asian joke here) to help me sometimes, and she even had help. I mean, come on now... she's the Tetris Master.
So, with all this said, the game gets a 9 point 1. The game is awesome, to say the least. There really are not many flaws to it, besides the music getting annoying every now and then.
There is not much else for me to say here, so I am signing off.
Until next time, this has been "The Review Segment" with thing1.
This is yet another updated version of Tetris which was released for PlayStation, Saturn, and Game Boy. This version features Classic mode, Puzzle mode, Versus mode, and Edit mode. In Puzzle mode, you must save the professor who climbs his way to the top. In order to do that, you must clear the blocks away and bring him to the bottom. Versus mode brings you head to head with another player. Edit mode allows you to create and save your own custom levels.
Overall 9 Graphics 7 Sound 5 Addictive 10 Story 8 Depth 7 Difficulty 6
9.6The awesome little professor thing1
Alright. Dang, it has been awhile since I have written a review, hasn't it? Well now, is t...
Graphics 7 Sound 5 Addictive 10 Story 8 Depth 7 Difficulty 6
Review Rating: 3.3/5
Review Replies: 5
11-10-14 02:06 PM
Secret puzzle design area : Highlight Puzzle Edit and press X 10 times
Enter the following at the Password screen :
Level Select : Down, Down, Right, Up, Up, Right, Up, Up, Up, Right, Down, Down, Right, Up, Up, Right, Up, Up, Up, Right
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Harley3651 09-20-19 - 06:56 AM
ive got one, you stink. ha ha ha MysteryMan007 12-09-14 - 10:37 PM
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