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Trine 2 Complete Story Review | ComboCaster

Trine 2 is the sequel to Trine known, created by Finnish Frozenbyte's like being a hybrid of action, puzzle and platform. It's a sidescroller with graphics very appealing and charismatic and stunning atmosphere that recalls a bit the design of Blizzard. It was a relatively expected by players as a potential game of fantasy and magic, with improved graphics, challenging puzzles flexible and fluid gameplay. Complete Story is the definitive version, containing all the content available for the base game.

The initial aspect of this game, which can also be found in the first Trine, is a mixture of forest paradise with giant mushrooms, with bright colors and appealing as the tops with enough clarity and brightness caused by sunbeams newly born. A sigh of fantasy and life from nature, surrounded by inspiring sounds while the rustic aspect remains in both objects as the remaining details. (PC, Trine 2) 8.5/10

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