Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince
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Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a return to form for the series, correcting the mistakes seen in the predecessor as well as implementing a number of clever and fun gameplay features.
A Joyous Return to Form
Trine 4 corrects the ambitious mistakes of it's predecessor by taking the series back to its 2.5D roots.
Terrific Co-op Gameplay
The Trine series has always been renowned for its fantastic co-op gameplay and 4 more than delivers on this front.
The gameplay might be a bit too simplistic for those craving more of a challenge.
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Critic Reviews for Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince
Really, that's how I could sum up Trine 4. It's an easy recommendation for platform fans, but it's also just a plain fun time. It's not revolutionary or trailblazing, but it does what it needs to prove that Frozenbyte hasn't lost its touch. I wouldn't necessarily expect a Trine 5 or anything, but clearly, this series has some life left in it.
Frozenbyte returns with a fourth installment of its saga of puzzles and platforms that shows that the study still knows how to create smart gameplay riddles. Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a reconciliation between the franchise and its fans, an ode to their first two games that polishes and further refines what they presented to the world when they went on sale.
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Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a lovely return for the series' 2.5D puzzle platforming. It tinkers with and broadens the gameplay options to be more welcoming, and levels can feel a little stretched out at times, but grab a couple of friends and stick it on Classic mode, and this will delight fans of those first two games.