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Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power

By Marcia Morgan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 11+

Short, enjoyable journey of heroes grudgingly fighting evil.

Game Mac, PlayStation 4, Windows 2015
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No expense was spared in going above and beyond to bring gamers an amazing game. Everything from the beautiful landscapes, the bright and cheery soundtrack, and the charming narration makes for an enjoyable experience. Unlike past entries in the Trine series, this most recent fantasy journey isn't just a 2-D side-scrolling experience. The addition of full 3-D platforming allows more freedom to explore through absolutely stunning fairy-tale environments and adds extra elements to challenging puzzles.

Players not familiar with the Trine series will have an easy time catching up, as the backstory is masterfully woven into the plot. The only downside is that the gameplay is too short. After the eight main levels and a handful of unlockable smaller stages, the game stops abruptly, leaving players wanting more. With that said, Trine 3 is still worth the price. Between the beauty of the game and the challenging yet fun puzzles, players won't walk away feeling shortchanged.

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