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Submitted by MrChrisNo1 1270d ago | review

Review | Trine 2 [Default Prime]

Default Prime writer Charles Battersby gets into the meat of Trine 2, having recently relived the joys of the original Trine. Does this game offer a better experience? The answer is ostensibly yes, this game is incredible. Find out what we thought in full.

"We quite liked Trine here at Default Prime. An indie game from 2009 by a smaller developer that used a simple premise to shake up fantasy RPG tropes, while offering a fun twist on the platform/puzzler genre. The same developer, Frozenbyte, is back with Trine 2 which sets the same characters on a new adventure using a well-refined version of the original game’s gameplay." (Atlus, Frozenbyte, PC, Trine 2) 4.5/5

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