Articles tagged with: Trine
Trine is a classic platforming gem on the PSN and when we got the word that Frozenbyte was developing a sequel, well, we could be happier. The game was originally due out this spring but due to unforeseen circumstances, Trine 2 has been pushed back until the late summer. Hopefully it’ll give the development team more time to polish the game.
It’s been a busy ten weeks here at PS3 Attitude. It is easy to forget just how many great developers are out there, so our intention with this feature was to take the time to thank them for their dedication to the videogame industry.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
The E3 2010 trailer for Trine 2 is all kinds of awesome.
Atlus revealed their E3 lineup today and it’s full of awesomesauce.
When Square Enix and RPG’s are mentioned in the same breath, a multitude of franchises spring to mind.
So when they mentioned earlier this week that a Japanese PSN release was planned for an Action RPG, our speculation meter went into meltdown.
Well the wait is over, the game has been announced – but it’s not what you think.
Starting today, Trine will be available at a reduced price. Woot!
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, a very enjoyable game was made that featured a thief, a wizard and a knight. It was called Trine.
But is this a game where everyone lives happily ever after?
It took a while, but Trine is finally hitting the Americas of the Northern persuasion this Thursday. Why the delay? You are asking the wrong people buddy.
Even if you ask the right people, say Nobilis’ Product Manager Olivier Vermillie for example, all you would get is a big fat “sorry folks”. At least that’s what 120+ people got from Nobilis over at the PlayStation.Blog.
European PS3 owners have been able to play Trine for a couple of weeks now, and North American users have been waiting impatiently after every heartbreaking delay.
The wait is over! Trine will be releasing in October!
The off-on-off-on relationship we have with Trine is a bit too familiar for some here at Attitude Towers.
First we fall in love with the concept, then it is out of favour when we learn what the cost of the game will be. We loathe the game for the delay imposed and love it once more when we get our hands on the demo.
So do we love it or hate it today?
We were hoping for a release of PSN title Trine this week, but today we heard the disappointing news that it has been delayed.
The team have discovered a bug in the game that must be …
French publisher Nobilis have released a brand new trailer for what is quickly becoming one of the most anticipated PSN games ever.
An action and puzzle solving game, Trine marries a combination of classic 2D gameplay with modern 3D graphics.
There are a total of three characters that you can take control of and the physics in the game allow players to choose many different ways at solving the puzzles set out. They even say you may find some that the developers never originally planned!
Chronicling what is sure to be the cause of every gamer shunning the sun and staying pasty white this summer, Mike Kebby from the PlayStation Store Team has dropped some new information regarding a swath of PSN titles planned for this summer over at the official EU blog.
Everything from Battlefield 1943, Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage, Bomberman Ultra, Zombie Apocalypse, TV Show King and Shatter gets a mention but there are at least two much anticipated titles suspiciously absent.
Namely Trine and Fat Princess.
Don’t worry PSN-fanatics, Mike has popped up in the comment section to mention why some titles are not listed and how we’ll still see them this summer.
Trine is an unique game heading to the PSN later this year. With innovative physics-based gameplay, an intriguing story and melancholy soundtrack, there is a justified amount of interest in the game from many corners of the gaming world.
We recently had some time with the PC version of the game and came away impressed.
With the PSN being bolstered weekly with new, quirky and sometimes downright daft games, the question is whether Trine warrants a purchase, based on what we have seen so far?
When news emerged that the PC version of Trine would retail for $39.99, many people braced themselves for the worst when it came to the PSN pricing-point. Miraculously, though the original suggested cost from international publisher Noblis has been redressed and down-graded to $29.99 by NA publisher SouthPeak, ShackNews is reporting that the PSN version will still be cheaper, setting you back the princely sum of $20.
We’re really looking forward to Trine as, whether it’s down to its gorgeous colours and fantastical aesthetic or the fact that co-operative play forms such a big part of the core gameplay, it’s swiftly becoming an instant “must have” on our (ever growing) list.
While the magus Amadeus possesses an arsenal of spells and other arcane wonders like the ability to create objects, and Pontius, the Warrior, is obviously the strongest and most physically imposing of the trio, it’s Zoya, the archer-thief of the piece, who is gifted with probably the game’s most powerful virtue – the ability to manipulate time.
There is a new video fresh out of the Nobilis vaults showing off the classes in the new game, Trine. Not only that, the trailer also shows off some of the ways the three classes can help each other out in the co-op mode. Don’t believe us? Go see for yourself, then.
Normally we have to painstakingly research a game before sitting down with developers to ask our pointed questions. But, as a magnanimous gesture, David Costarigot, Project Manager at Nobilis, the company publishing the game, sat down with Lauri HyvÃ¤rinen, the Designer at Frozenbyte and makers of Trine, and have done the interview for us.