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Submitted by shodan74 691d ago | review

Trine 2: Director's Cut Review (FMV Magazine)

"A fun, open-ended adventure that is well worth the investment of time and the cost of admission, this is one Wii U launch game that should not be overlooked – especially by fans of the puzzle-platformer genre." (Trine 2: Director's Cut, Wii U) 4/5

Jadedz  +   691d ago
My favorite Wii U purchase (so far)
As long as indie developers are on board supporting the Wii U, then gamers won't have to worry about the lack of content (unless Wii U hardware sales under perform).

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