Tetris Effect is the video game equivalent of a bacon-wrapped hot dog. It is two great things joining forces to create something even better. The hot dog: Tetris, a timeless, proven puzzle game that needs no introduction. And the bacon is Tetsuya Mizuguchi, whose puzzle chops – not to mention audio-visual prowess – are Hall of Fame-worthy. I won’t go so far as to say that Tetris Effect (out November 9) is the best-ever version of the legendary block-dropping game from the hour or so I played recently, but I will confidently say that Tetris has never looked or sounded better. That should come as no surprise to anyone who’s played Rez, Lumines, or any of Mizuguchi-san’s other classics.