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Another update has gone out for Tetris Effect: Connected, with players now being able to access version 1.2.7. As one of the major highlights, Connected Vs Mode is now available every day in local and friend match.

Below are the full patch notes for the Tetris Effect: Connected version 1.2.7 update:

The latest update for Tetris Effect: Connected is live on Switch, which is version 1.2.6. It contains fixes for game performance, stability, player controls, and fixes a few specific issues on Nintendo’s console.

Below are the full patch notes for the Tetris Effect: Connected version 1.2.6 update:

A new 1.2.5 update has been made available for Tetris Effect: Connected on Switch. It comes with a significant number of bug fixes and improvements, so you’ll want to make sure to download it if you have the game.

Below are the full patch notes for the Tetris Effect: Connected version 1.2.5 update:

Enhance Games, Monstars, Resonair, and Stage Games have shared a launch trailer for Tetris Effect: Connected. The title just landed on Switch.

For more on Tetris Effect: Connected, check out the following overview:

First Switch gameplay is in for Tetris Effect: Connected, straight from Enhance Games, Resonair and Stage Games, and Monstars. The studio posted a couple of videos highlighting Journey Mode and multiplayer.

Learn more about Tetris Effect: Connected with the following overview:

Today, Enhance Games announced plans to bring Tetris Effect: Connected to Switch. It’s on track for an October 8 launch.

We have the following overview and trailer for Tetris Effect: Connected:

Update (4/26): Pre-orders are now open. The various options can be found on Limited Run Games’ website (here.

Original (4/22): Limited Run Games will offer a physical version of Lumines Remastered, the company has announced. Pre-orders open this Friday at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET. Fans can reserve a copy until May 10.

If you’re not interested in the physical release, you can find Lumines Remastered on the Switch eShop.

Lumines Remastered is currently out on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam. Yet it’s Nintendo’s console where the game has sold the best.

Enhance Games’ Tetsuya Mizuguchi stopped by a recent episode of The Game Informer Show where he answered a ton of rapid-fire questions. When asked what system Lumines Remastered is selling the best on, Mizuguchi said it’s the Switch. As a follow up, Game Informer asked if it’s Switch by a mile. Mark MacDonald, who is working with Mizuguchi, simply said “yes”.

Lumines Remastered launched on Switch at the end of June and can be found on the eShop.

Lumines Remastered has been updated once again on Switch. Enhance Games has issued version 1.1.3.

Compared to past patches, this one is a bit smaller in scope. Enhance Games has adjusted game balance and also fixed a few bugs related to online errors.


Lumines Remastered has received another update on Switch. Developer Enhance Games started the distribution of version 1.1.2.

The latest update adds in a couple of new settings, fixes, and more. We have the full patch notes below.