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ZTGD | Trine 2 Review

Ken McKown writes: When the original Trine was released back in 2009, it received plenty of praise for its unique puzzle-solving elements involving physics. Developer Frozenbyte has since mastered the craft and decided to grace us with a sequel that once again follows the antics of these three off-color characters. Trine 2 builds heavily on the successes of the first game, beefing up the visuals and, of course, the challenge. Combine that with appearing on Xbox 360 for the first time, and you have a recipe for a successful downloadable game that arrives just in time for Christmas.

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