There are two main types of platformers: there are your fast-paced, crazy, in-your-face, just try to keep up games, and then there are your slow puzzle type games. Trine has always been the latter, focusing on intellectual challenges over reflexes. You shouldn’t expect to run through these levels at a blistering pace with enemies and all sorts of traps raining hell down on you. This is a methodical game that rewards patience and creativity rather than blindlessly jumping about. Trine 2: Complete Story is a must buy; that is, if you don’t already own it.