Submitted by Phil32 1031d ago | review

Trine 2: Director's Cut (Wii U) | SuperPhillip Central

"With the Wii U eShop's launch, we have already seen a drastic improvement over Nintendo's efforts with the Wii and their WiiWare service. The support of indie developers is seemingly strong and looks to become even better. Today's game comes from the Wii U eShop, and launched with the system. It's Trine 2: Director's Cut, developed and self-published by Frozenbyte. Let's see if the game is worth your while, especially if you've played the original Trine 2 on another platform." (Trine 2: Director's Cut, Wii U) 9.0/10

lilbroRx  +   1031d ago
This game is good. More people should buy it.
herbs  +   1031d ago
Great game but where is the update for North America? It was supposed to be out in mid December :[
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