Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is a fairytale journey which takes you on a quest with three heroes: Amadeus the Wizard, Pontius the Knight, and Zoya the Thief. This tale of a grand adventure as well as the additional challenge levels provide true tests to the three heroes' skills in combat and of solving puzzles in the most creative ways. Playable either in singleplayer, and with friends online or in local co-op.
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is a worthy successor to the first two games in the series. The addition of 3D environments, while a bit tricky at first, ends up enhancing the experience. There are still a few quirks, such as camera angles or some complex platforming sequences, but overall it's still a blast to play through the new title, both for veterans as well as newcomers.
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power makes a good long story short. It even ends to a cliff-hanger which isn’t nice. [Sept 2015]
You will definitely love Trine 3's great art style, impressive puzzles and pretty music list. But sad fact: everything will end in a few hours.
With a bit more time, this could have been a great game. But now it's just a hint of what could have been.
While the story may be inane, and the lack of even cartoon logic behind character action may be at fault, it’s an inane story told very well.
Trine 3 offers an equally enjoyable gaming experience as both previous two installments, particularly in coop mode. Unfortunately, it suffers of the technical errors, lack of content and rather unnecessary implementation of 3D environment.
Trine 3 is an incomplete mess that feels like the game’s creators just ran out of time (despite four months in Steam Early Access). The graphics, art style, and landscapes are stunning, but aren’t enough to make Trine 3 a game worth your time.
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