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  • Summary: Trine 2 is the sequel to the 2009 downloadable PlayStation 3 and PC action platformer.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 51 out of 55
  2. Negative: 0 out of 55
  1. Dec 28, 2011
    Alone or with friends, Trine 2 is simply one of the best PC games you can play this year. You can check out the demo on Steam if you need further convincing because words and screenshots simply don't do this game justice. Just make sure you experience the magical of Trine 2. It is an unforgettable adventure that will keep you glued to your PC for days and weeks to come.
  2. Dec 19, 2011
    On the whole, the creators of Trine took the safe route in crafting Trine 2. They strayed little from their original concept, resulting in a game that is equally as enjoyable as the first.
  3. Dec 14, 2011
    Trine 2 is a genuinely lovable game, and one that I can safely and heartily recommend to nearly everyone.
  4. Dec 12, 2011
    It's a step forward in every direction from its predecessor. If you love it the first time around, you have no reason to miss this one.
  5. Dec 19, 2011
    The short length of the campaign and a few overly challenging puzzles are minor blemishes in an overall entertaining and worthwhile experience. Fans of the side-scrolling and platform genres need not look elsewhere, Trine 2 offers a wealth of truly innovative puzzles that are a welcome getaway from the current market of repeated genre titles.
  6. Jan 10, 2012
    In the end, while the core gameplay remains wholly unchanged from the original (not to mention that expert players can still cheese their way through most areas by abusing the wizard's crate-creating spells), the stunning visual details and effects do more to enhance the already-robust mechanics then one might expect.
  7. Dec 13, 2011
    Trine 2 is a fantasy platforming game that is the most fun in cooperation. It's short, but the design and the animations are extraordinary. One of the most beautiful games this year.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 77 out of 91
  2. Negative: 6 out of 91
  1. Dec 7, 2011
    Amazing graphics, perfect controls, improved physics puzzles and finally online co-op multiplayer. It is even better then the first Trine which was excellent. I miss inventory from original a little. This little cutie and good developer support is really worth more then release price. Expand
  2. Dec 20, 2011
    If there's 2 platform games that deserve a 10/10 it's this and Braid.
    Trine 2 is the most beautiful game I've ever played.
    Absolutely gorgeous
    The gameplay is challenging and interesting.
    Just go buy it...
  3. Dec 14, 2011
    For me it is a best game of year. Incredible graphics, fun physx and gameplay. Art and sound is stunning. I recommend Collectors edition when artworks and soundtrack are included. Expand
  4. Jul 14, 2012
    It was wise of Frozenbyte to delay the release of this game to give it that lil extra polish, and that decision's paid off because the visuals in Trine 2 are simply stunning. In essence this game is a standard platformer fused with the occasional puzzle along the way. Playing solo requires you learn the abilities from each of the three characters available to progress. Where this game really shines however is through the use of multiplayer. Highly recommended. Expand
  5. Jan 16, 2012
    ~:: Adventure, Puzzles, 2D, Best Graphics ::~
    all these u can find it in Trine 2..but first of all..Coop for me was 2/10 why?
    cus u can pass
    all puzzles with Wizard plz dont play it Coop of u wanna
    enjoy this Wonderful game..

    play it Single player..u'll just say WOW..its really the best game ever
    it will sooo hard to meet these HARDCORE Puzzles..
    dont ever think if it worth it or not..just go pick up the game ENJOOOOOOOY
  6. Nov 19, 2013
    Single Player/Multi Player (2/2)

    (If the single player is better than the multiplayer, review this section as if it had no multplayer) (If
    the multiplayer is better than the multiplayer, review this section as if it had no single player)

    Gameplay (1/2)

    Visuals/Story (2/2)

    (If the visuals are better than the story, review this section as if it had no story) (If the story is better than the visuals, review this section as if the visuals didn’t matter)

    Accessibility/Longevity (1/2)

    (Review this section only on Accessibility if the game has no longevity) (Review this section only on longevity if the game isn’t accessible)

    Pricing (2/2)

    Wildcard (0)

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  7. Feb 17, 2013
    Boring. 3 character just make this game complex. not depth. I had a hard time controlling the characters and getting used to them, so I gave up. The puzzles weren't that hard, and not feeling in control of the characters made me give up I may give it a shot later. Expand

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