The Nintendo Switch is the first Nintendo system to require a paid subscription in order to play online games. The service is now over a year old and the question that many fans have asked is if it has improved since launch?
With Halloween fast approaching and the release of Luigi's Mansion 3 getting closer, Nintendo is gearing up for a cross-promotion in Tetris 99 to garner hype. Much like similar events in the past, thi...
The next Tetris 99 event is a crossover with one of Nintendo's most highly-acclaimed titles of 2019, as players will be competing on a stage based on Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Tetris 99 is receiving a physical edition that will come bundled with a twelve-month subscription to the Nintendo Switch Online service. The physical version of Tetris 99 will also include the Big Blo...
The next event for Tetris 99 is a crossover with the Splatoon series that will allow players the chance to win a special Splatoon 2-themed stage, which is part of the fifth official Grand Prix event for the game.
Tetris 99, Nintendo's fast-paced battle royal game is like Fortnite for people who do not have the patience to craft cool buildings but still have a soft spot for bricks. It's every Tetris fanatic's d...
Tetris 99 is the best reason to own a Nintendo Switch Online subscription, but it’s now possible to play the game without needing to face other players online, as the first paid DLC pack for Tetris 99 allows offline play.
It seems like Nintendo has recognized the effect that Tetris 99 had when it was launched and how it prompted a surge of subscribers to the Nintendo Switch Online service, so more exclusive games might be coming.
It’s odd for a battle royale game to get an update that doesn’t feature a Poison Trap or a new legend, but Tetris 99 isn’t any old battle royale. Ready your Pro Controllers, because there’s an update coming.
The whirlwind of February has come to a close; a month in which gamers were treated to a month full of notable games, including surprise heavy-hitting titles, as well as lesser-known, yet equally as c...
Nintendo has announced that Tetris 99 will have its very first tournament this coming weekend.
The title insane 20 kill clutch victory royale is not something I’d ever thought to associate with Tetris, but yet that is exactly what YouTuber Daniel Lee has achieved.
Update: We've included some more information in this guide as we've learned more about the game's mechanics.