Review - Trine 4
Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner review Trine 4...
Chris - If you've never played Trine before it's like Super Mario the platforming game with proper graphics. Very complicated puzzles, but in a good way. Also you can switch between three characters - a warrior a wizard and a rogue. And that is Trine. The gameplay is a bit complicated. Each character has a different set of skills... so the rogue you can shoot out ropes and walk along them, you get bow and arrow as well. It's very cool... if you're the wizard you can create a massive square block that you could jump on... which seems a bit weird if you're a wizard. That's not the power that you go for straight away is it?
Leigh - It's like the revolutionized Golden Axe.
Chris - It is a bit like that actually. And then the warrior just is very good at fighting some of the bad guys. I did enjoy it but there's one problem for me which is that I wanted to play it in co-op mode and you have to pay to join the Nintendo Switch online multiplayer mode in order to get access to that... and I thought… I’ve just paid 40 quid for this game. So I don't want to have to pay for this upgrade. Well it's like 10 quid a month so a while that's quite disappointing for me. So I thought that had been included. That's the online multiplayer you can play locally. They've also released the ultimate bundle which has the first four games in. I'd say if you can get this game if you like the first three then get it. I mean it's a stupid thing to say but if you like Trine and 1 2 and 3. This only 10 quid more. It's 40 quid for everything or 30 quid for Trine 4 on it’s own, so just get everything. 6 out of 10. Mostly because of that, although it is available on Switch, Steam, PS4, and Xbox as well.