I gave up on Trine 2
- I was having some issues with timing on a given puzzle and the mechanics of the level. At one point, one of the platforms bugged and got stuck in a position that made me unable to complete the level. Temporary glitch, no problem, I will just restart the level...and then I found out that the glitch was somehow carrying over into any restarted level as well as my save game. I literally could not play any further without starting over - I was done at that point.
Now, they've taken out a part of the prior games, they have an abrupt ending, and they went with an overly ambitious design - given my past history, I'll wait until it's discounted quite a bit before I try it.
Looking at some videos of the game, I think they just did too much. I like the idea of an open 3D world compared to the rigid 2.5D design from the earlier games, but I question how well it works, how fun it is. The Trine
series is built around hampered, confined, selective gameplay mechanics; does this same gameplay or mechanics carry over to full 3D that well?They went from A to B all the way to Z.
Off to finish Cradle
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