Video: Atlus Announces Trine 2 is Coming to PS3 on PSN Tuesday

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122w ago - Atlus Manager of Public Relations and Sales Aram Jabbari has announced today alongside a new video trailer that Trine 2 is coming to PS3 on PSN next Tuesday.

To quote: We're very excited to share with you that Trine 2, sequel to one of the highest-rated PlayStation Network games of all time, is coming to the PlayStation Store next Tuesday, December 20th. But first: HAMMERTIME!

"What is Trine 2?" you ask, only to suddenly be filled with a powerful rush of guilt at your lack of Trine-related knowledge. "We'll tell you," we reply unnecessarily, clearly prepared to offer that information with or without your consent.

Trine 2 is a three-player cooperative action-packed physics-based platformer set in a lush fantasy world of cornea-searing colorful and beauty.

Played from a side-scrolling 2D perspective (but breathtakingly rendered with polygons), gamers take control of one of three highly specialized characters – Pontius, the slow yet mighty knight; Zoya, the agile thief; or Amadeus, the crafty wizard - and guide them through puzzles and numerous foes.

In addition to a host of improvements, additions, and tweaks over the original Trine, this much-anticipated sequel introduces highly anticipated online multiplayer, letting friends...
 

Video: Coming to PSN this Week: Trine for PlayStation 3

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235w ago - Nobilis Product Manager Olivier Vermeille has revealed today that Trine will be hitting Sony's PSN this week for PlayStation 3.

To quote: I'm really happy to be able to tell you that it's coming to the US PlayStation Store this Thursday, October 22!

This long-expected innovative action / platform game that combines 2D gameplay with 3D graphics is almost here! Acclaimed by players throughout the world, Trine will be available for download Thursday on the PlayStation Network.

Three heroes are bound to a mysterious device called the Trine in a quest to save the kingdom from evil and the player can at any time freely choose whoever is best suited for the upcoming challenge or puzzle.





Trine is balanced between action and puzzle solving sequences, which are just fantastic to play. Thanks to an extensive use of physics, you'll be able to solve puzzles in many different ways, whether you play alone by switching characters or alongside with a friend (up to 3 players simultaneously on the same system). Just take a peek at this trailer and you'll get a sense of what I'm talking about!

For those of you who are always on the hunt for PS3 Trophies, rest assured! I'm thrilled...
 

Video: Trine Hits PSN on September 17, New Trailer is Available

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239w ago - The long-awaited puzzle platformer Trine is set to arrive on the European PlayStation Store this week. Also available is a new Trine trailer below.

To quote: "Frozenbyte will finally release the PS3 version of Trine this Thursday on the PlayStation Store.

There's no word on price, although the developer earmarked a £20 price-point some months ago.

Already released on PC, Trine is an acclaimed platformer that combines the talents of three unique heroes: a nimble thief, a burly warrior and a magical wizard. And they must work together to overcome the challenges ahead."




 

Video: An Introduction to Trine, Coming Soon to PSN

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249w ago - Nobilis Product Manager Oliver Vermeille has announced Trine today, which is coming to Sony's PlayStation Network, as follows:

I work for Nobilis, a publishing company which is based in Lyon, France. I'm a Product Manager and I'm here to tell you about an exciting new release for PlayStation Store: Trine.

Trine is a fantasy action and platform game that combines 2D gameplay with 3D graphics. The game is balanced between action and puzzle-solving sequences. Three heroes are bound to a mysterious device called the Trine in a quest to save the kingdom from evil, and the player can at any time freely choose whoever is best suited for the upcoming challenge or puzzle.





Because physics is at the core of the gameplay, there is not just one solution for each puzzle; in fact you can even find a way the developers have never thought of!

You can control one of the three characters of the game and switch at any time to solve the puzzles in a different manner. Each character has a unique ability, so choose the one you think is best suited for the situation.

The Wizard can create and move objects around to build a bridge or crush...
 







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