As Beautiful As Ever | Trine 2: Complete Story Review
New Gamer Nation
10 December 2013
Conclusion: Trine 2: Complete Story is exactly what it sounds like, it’s the second Trine game with the DLC Goblin Menace attached. With drop-in/drop-out online co-op and local co-op too, this game is guaranteed to give you a great experience.
Excerpt: The Trine is a magical artifact that bound the souls of the wizard Amadeus, the knight Pontius, and the thief Zoya, together in their last adventure together. A few years after the event of Trine, Amadeus is woken up by a bright light.
Pros: Breathtaking graphics; beautiful music; wonderful voice acting; silky smooth animation; creative and challenging puzzles; great level design; lovable characters that are each fun to play; multiplayer co-op; excellent use of the PS4 controller
Cons: The wizard is hard to play when using the Vita via remote play
Excerpt: The original Trine charmed over a million players with its fulfilling mix of role-playing elements, challenging puzzles, and breathtaking visuals despite an uninspired story and a short running time. Does this gorgeous new outing conjure up any innovations?
Excerpt: Trine 2 era uno de esos títulos de los que veía imágenes y vídeos, babeaba y después, desgraciadamente, olvidaba . Tuvo que llegar – cómo no – la Summer Sale de Steam y encontrármelo cara a cara a un precio irrechazable para que, finalmente, acabara haciéndome con él.