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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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Trine 2 may hit the PlayStation 4

Trine 2 was a decent hit with platformer and indie fans alike, and it appears as if it may grace the PlayStation 4 sometime in the future. Why, you may aks? A user over at NeoGAF has uncovered that an upcoming Finnish gaming expo will be sh...

 
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Trine 2 is 50% off on XBLA, until July 2nd

Weekly deals are a normal industry practice at this point, and starting right now, you can grab Trine 2 for 600 MSP (half off the original 1200 price) -- as long as you're an Xbox Live Gold Member, of course. The sale will continue through ...

 
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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 has a few important dates for you to jot down

While a simultaneous multiplatform release isn't on the cards for Trine 2, developer Frozenbyte isn't too far off from reaching such a goal. The eye-catching platformer is due out first on PC and Mac via Steam release on December 7. That's ...

 
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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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Pre-purchasing Trine 2 gets you early PC beta access

I have a good feeling about Trine 2. It's been on my radar ever since the initial screenshots went public, largely thanks to the remarkable use of color. Many of the images could even make for decent desktop wallpapers. On Steam, the game's...

 
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The sights and sounds of Trine 2

Frozenbyte is offering us a different style of trailer today, one you rarely ever see. Instead of opting to focus on straight footage or cinematics, this video shows some of the locales found in Trine 2. And that's all. Apparently, the art...

 
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Trine 2 gets European publisher

While Trine 2 already has a publisher here in the United States, until recently it didn't have one in Europe. That has recently changed as Focus Home Interactive is picking up the title. European fans can enjoy some of that physics-based si...

 
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Trine 2's co-op shown in lush new gamescom trailer

I remember Trine being quite the looker when it was first released. Going back and comparing that to footage of Trine 2, however, makes the original look dated by comparison. Between the vibrant visuals and the amount of detail shown in th...

 

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