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Submitted by NintendoInvader 951d ago | news

Trine 2: Director’s Cut to get headset support patched in next month

An update to Frozenbyte's first self-published title will see players chatting with their friends in-game. (Trine 2: Director's Cut, Wii U)

Crillvirus81  +   951d ago
That's great cause it really is a great game
impet26  +   951d ago
gd game but local coop doesnt work i tried it wit wii controllers and wiiu pro controller and got nothing they need 2 patch that. I guess they must have forgot that trying 2 rush it out 4 launch.
Munnkyman  +   951d ago
Local coop works for me. I play with the classic controllers. My issues is the tablet control keeps freezing
impet26  +   951d ago
Dats gd 2 know but in da eshop it said wii controllers supported but it dont work...
Munnkyman  +   950d ago
That's wierd I mean we turn on the wii remotes to connect the classic controllers to them

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