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And sure, the idea of a new Tetris doesn't exactly fit the mold of what one expects from the E3 Hype Train, but somehow Sony has managed to create a truly spectacular trailer for Tetris Effect - coming to PS4 with PSVR support in Spring 2018. Which boils down to the involvement of Rez and Lumines creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi.

Euphoric techno? Check. Stylised sci-fi visuals that interplay with the music? Check. A glimpse of classic Tetris lines getting cleared in time with a snare drum? Check.

"The idea behind Tetris Effect the game is to amplify and enhance that same magical feeling where you just can’t get it out of your head, and not just the falling shapes, but all the visuals, the sounds, the music – everything!"

Tetsusya Mizuguchi

The progression in Tetris Effect will be linear with 30 stages available at launch. And if it's anything like Rez Infinite, PSVR fans are in for a treat. Sony will be unveiling more PlayStation goodies in the lead-up to E3, where it looks like it will be focusing on smaller lesser-known titles - which is refreshing.

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