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The entire Trine trilogy is coming to Switch very soon

Frozenbyte still has plans for the Trine series. Following the disastrous launch of the third entry (which was never addressed as the company said it ran out of money) the publisher has revealed a brand new fourth game as well as a who...

 
 
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Trine 4 announced for multiple platforms, including Switch

In 2015 Frozenbyte fell onto hard times: so much so that some folks didn't think they'd survive. Trine 3 wasn't as received as well as the studio had hoped both commercially and critically, stating that the "future of the series" was in que...

 
 
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Review: Nine Parchments

We've done a few late-in-the-game reviews before in Destructoid's history. If enough people ask, we'll do it! Such is the case for Nine Parchments, which actually launched in 2017 on PC, PS4 and Switch and 2018 on Xbox One. We've basically ...

 
 
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Review: Has-Been Heroes

Roguelikes are supposed to be addicting pick-up-and-play experiences that have players doing 'just one more run' before realizing they've been playing for hours on end. After over 10 hours, I can't bear to play anymore. Every time I'm about...

 
 
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Oblivion headlines new backward compatible titles

Want a crazy little piece of trivia? Destructoid launched four days before Oblivion in 2006. Yes, both this site and the game are over 10 years old, which is an incredible feat. Both are still being talked about all these years later and bo...

 
 
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Review: Shadwen

Shadwen has a really cool premise: take control of an assassin (also called Shadwen) with a grappling hook and the ability to manipulate time, to sneak through an occupied city with a little orphan girl to take down a despotic king. With th...

 
 
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Shadwen has got promise, but is it launching too soon?

Frozenbyte really doesn’t waste any time, does it? Less than a year after Trine 3 was released, the developer is back with timey-wimey stealth game Shadwen. Unfortunately, while it shows promise, maybe Frozenbyte is a bit too eager t...

 
 
 
 
 
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Trine 3 is happening and it sure looks pretty

It has been a long time since the original Trine came out. Heck, in the years since Trine 2's release, the series has faded from the spotlight. Frozenbyte has still been at it, and it shows with this announcement trailer for Trine 3. Color...

 
 
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Trine overhauled with new Enchanted Edition

Frozenbyte has come out with a new Trine Enchanted Edition today on PC that's a remake of the original game in the Trine 2 engine, complete with online and local co-op play and mid-level saving functionality. It's currently on sale for $2....

 
 
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Frozenbyte 'Huge Seal' promotion offers Steam coupons

FrozenByte is attempting to give people a head-start on their holiday Steam purchases with a new "Huge Seal" promotion. By visiting hugeseal.com and signing in with a Steam account, you can receive coupons for five games (from a list of 35...

 
 
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Just Tri-ne stop me: Trine 2 confirmed for PS4 launch

Good news, lovers of color and magic. Trine 2: Complete Story will indeed be ready as a PlayStation 4 launch title. Here's a trailer to celebrate. This Complete Story edition of Trine 2 includes some expected gussying up. It runs in 1080p ...

 
 
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Trine 2: Complete Story is coming to PS4 around launch

Sony's lineup around the PlayStation 4's launch just got a bit more magical. Frozenbyte has revealed that Trine 2: Complete Story will be available as a downloadable title on PlayStation Network at (or soon after) the new console's gra...

 
 
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Wii U eShop game devs can set their own prices

Trine developer Frozenbyte has confirmed to IGN that the WiiU's eShop will not be subject to pricing regulation from Nintendo, meaning games don't have to adhere to strict monetary tiers as developers enjoy the freedom to charge what they l...

 
 
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E3: Trine 2: Director's Cut coming to Wii U

Trine 2: Director's Cut was one of the games shown in a montage of third-party software during this morning's Nintendo press briefing. Finnish studio Frozenbyte is building a definitive console version of its well-received co-op puzzle-pla...

 
 
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Trine 2 expansion gets a teaser trailer, first details

Though a price, release date, and name for the upcoming Trine 2 expansion aren't being talked about yet, Frozenbyte does offer a short teaser trailer for your viewing pleasure. With so many of these things resorting to quick cuts and all-a...

 
 
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Late European PSN release of Trine 2 has a discount

After a pesky delay, Trine 2 has now arrived on the European PlayStation Network. As an apology for the wait, the game will be a free download for PlayStation Plus subscribers and offered at a reduced rate of 30% off for everyone else at la...

 
 
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Trine 2 has been delayed for PS3 users in PAL territories

While all those in North America have been enjoying Trine 2 on the PlayStation 3, others in Europe have been waiting for Frozenbyte's platform-puzzle title to hit their respective PlayStation Store. If you fit that description, I'...

 
 
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Review: Trine 2

Trine, which came out in 2009, was a mixture of platforming, physics puzzles, and action with RPG elements. While some of these elements were stronger than others, the ability to switch between three different character types at will t...

 
 
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Trine 2 PC release, Collector's Edition announcements

In case you haven't heard, Frozenbyte has been in development of a sequel their 2009 fantasy platformer Trine. Steam users who decided to support the game early had a taste of what the game has to offer with the Trine 2 multi...

 
 
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Trine 2 guys, it has a website

Trine 2, out next month, now has an official website filled with news, screenshots, artwork, videos and game information (there's even a link to pre-purchase the game on Steam, if you get it on the PC). The follow-up to 2009's Trine, w...

 
 




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