Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power review – the unfinished adventure | GT


Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is more or less forgettable. The first, and sadly only good thing you will notice is how visually striking the levels are. Developer Frozenbyte did a fantastic job with the art style and lighting in the third story of their critically-acclaimed series. Previous Trine titles were traditionally 2D platformers, but Trine 3 takes its heroes into the third dimension, sort of. The world feels more alive in 3D as you swing, jump and float past mountain ranges and vast jungle canopies. The landscapes that Trine 3 explores are wonderfully majestic, from a white sandy beach to an enchanting redwood forest to a magical wizarding academy. The sceneries are a definite high point of the game; unfortunately, it’s about the only one.

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