V-Tetris Reviews (Virtual Boy)
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Defunct Games (Mar 19, 2005)
In short the Classic and New modes are extremely addicting. Sure, the 3D is just a gimmick, but who cares when you're having so much fun playing the game. Top notch this one. I loved Tetris since I got it with my original GameBoy, and just the same I love V-Tetris too, you'll be hooked all over again once you play this great game.
Nintendo Life (Apr 27, 2009)
V-Tetris gains absolutely nothing from being on the Virtual Boy as the 3D effect is only really used for the backgrounds. The music could have been better and it’s harmed by not having a save feature for the high scores. However it’s still Tetris, which is as simple and addictive as it’s ever been and mode C is excellent.
Retro Game Reviews (Feb 08, 2016)
V-Tetris is okay for a quick game or two but then it simply gets boring as it doesn't do anything to take advantage of the hardware and the options are limited. In my opinion, there's no reason to play this over Tetris (1989, Game Boy) as that version does pretty much everything this game sets out to do but in a much better fashion.
Random Access (Dec 26, 2012)
Had V-Tetris done something outstanding, I might be inclined to recommend it to those who actually own a Virtual Boy. The C Mode was somewhat original at the time, but aside from that little inclusion, it's just Tetris, plain and simple... in red. If you want Tetris, just play any other version of Tetris. Unless it's virtual Tetris you're looking for, of course. But for most of us, I doubt looking at a red and black screen is the ideal experience.
The Video Game Critic (Mar 29, 2009)
Tetris is so wrong for the Virtual Boy, and I don't think this was a very good version to begin with.