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Trine 2 New Co-op Trailer

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Frozenbyte have released a new trailer for Trine 2 which is intended to be released on the following platforms XBLA, PSN, Windows, Mac, Linux. Trine 2 release is expected some time this year.
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Liam Dawe Aug 19, 2011
Just got around to watching it and holy crap, it looks awesome.
Hamish Aug 19, 2011
Man, and I have yet to play through the original Trine yet. Or even Shadowgrounds. Frozenbyte and Alternative Games are getting me swamped with choice. :D
Liam Dawe Aug 19, 2011
Yeah i need to play through the first one yet too, this makes me want to!
2green Aug 20, 2011
This game reminds me of my old favorite co-op game: golden axe

watch it... the video below is not suitable for young computer users :P
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU6E8ZuTMxA&feature=player_embedded#!
Hamish Aug 20, 2011
Hey, I might just be getting that game since it is included in a cheap 6 Pack Collection for the Sega Genesis on Amazon, and we are preparing to do a big order from there. Still would end up paying more for that than we did for the console in the first place though. :p

http://www.amazon.com/6-Pak-sega-genesis/dp/B00005043U/ref=sr_1_1?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1313858067&sr=1-1
greeny Aug 25, 2011
Quoting: "Hamish, post: 2185"Hey, I might just be getting that game since it is included in a cheap 6


Funny I still have this game somewhere AND the computer where I ran it up back in the days... now waiting for a rainy day :)
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