TRINE 4: The Nightmare Prince

As I grow older, I have realized that I want more out of my gaming experiences and I don't settle for the same ol’ same ol’ games anymore. The Trine series has been near and dear to my heart for some time, but the changes made in the last installment of the series really didn't sit well with fans. FrozenByte realized that fans did not like the switch to 3D from their famed 2.5D Graphics. With that in mind, they promised to change it back, and make Trine for the best in the series. I'm sure at this point your question is, “Well is it any better?” Yes, yes it is so let's dive in…

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