Puyo Puyo Tetris Demo Available On Switch

Puyo Puyo Tetris is launching in a few weeks, but you don’t have to wait that long to give it a try! A demo is available right now on the North American eShop free of charge. You’ll be able to play several modes in the demo, including:

  • Solo Arcade – Versus and Swap modes
  • Multiplayer (local play only) – Versus and Swap modes
  • Tutorial – Puyo Puyo and Tetris
  • The Manual

Puyo Puyo Tetris will be available on April 25, 2017 at retail for $39.99 or on the eShop for $29.99. The physical edition comes with two keychains for a limited time. For more videos, screens, and more be sure to go to our preview page.

 

 

 

Here’s the official Fact Sheet:

BASIC GAME INFORMATION
Official Game Title (Puyo PuyoTM Tetris®)
Publisher Name (with trademarks): SEGA
Developer Name (with trademarks): SEGA
Genre: Puzzle
Nintendo Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
ESRB with descriptors: E: Comic Mischief, Mild Suggestive Themes Number of Players: 1-4
MSRP: $39.99 physical, $29.99 digital
Release Date/Window for USA: 4/25/2017
Release Regions:
Japan: Released
EU: Planned Release Timing: 4/28/2017

Game description

Two puzzle game juggernauts collide as Tetris®, one of the largest-selling and recognized brands in gaming history, and Puyo PuyoTM from SEGA have combined to create a fun-to-play, fast-paced, competitive party game like no other!

Key Gameplay Features

  • 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!

o Versus – Players compete head-to-head in either Puyo Puyo or Tetris to fight in the puzzle

fight of their life.
o Swap – Players’ abilities are put to the ultimate test when they compete on both Puyo Puyo

and Tetris boards, which switch back and forth at set intervals.
o Fusion – A true hybrid game where players compete with Puyos and Tetriminos together

on the same board, requiring deft, on-the-fly thinking to become victorious.
o Big Bang – It’s a race to the finish as players compete against each other to clear unique

challenge boards as quickly as possible to win.
o Party – Players compete on Puyo or Tetris boards, but the puzzles feature special items that

when activated either help players or harm their opponents. • ONLINE

• Players can try their puzzle skills on a global scale by playing any of the multiplayer modes with up to four players online in Puzzle League or Free Play modes

o Puzzle League – Increase player rating, earn ranks and aspire to new leagues in this mode for competitive enthusiasts.

o Free Play – A more casual experience where records aren’t kept and players can customize matches with unique settings, and invite their friends to play.

o Replays – Players can save and upload any online matches to show off to their friends, or search other players’ replays using the tag and filtering system to see how they tackle matches.

  • SOLO ARCADE
  • Play any of the Multiplayer Arcade modes against the CPU in Battle or Endurance matches, or try

    single-player challenges:
    o Battle – Substitute human players with 1-3 CPU opponents to fight against simultaneously. o Endurance – Go the distance in a one-on-one gauntlet of never-ending CPU opponents,

    racking up as many wins as possible.
    o Challenge – Forget about the opponents and put skills to the test with Sprint, Marathon

    and more, like the quirky Tiny Puyo, which shrinks down Puyos to fit even more on the board.

    Platform Exclusive Features (2-3 bullets):

  • Local wireless play up to 4 players!
  • Jump immediately into a match with main menu shortcuts!

 

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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