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Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • US 20th Dec 2011, $14.99
  • EU 7th Mar 2012, £6.49


  • Review Trine 2 (PlayStation 3)


    When the original Trine released back in 2009, it took us on a fun yet flawed 2D physics-based puzzling quest, inspired by the cult favourite SNES classic, The Lost Vikings. Even with its faults, nothing stopped the game from rapidly growing a large fan base. With Trine 2, developer Frozenbyte has pulled out every bit of magic it...

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Trine 2 News

  • News Trine 2 is Free for European PlayStation Plus Subscribers

    Making up for the wait

    Sony’s revealed the content for March’s European PlayStation Plus update, and it holds good news for those of you that have been waiting desperately to play Trine 2. The hotly anticipated puzzle platformer will be free for subscribers throughout March. Sony’s not forgotten about regular PSN account holders either, and...

  • News Trine 2 Launching on European PSN Next Week

    Bizarre announcement

    Frozenbyte’s revealed that Trine 2 will launch on the European PlayStation Network next week. That’s according to a ridiculous (but brilliant) video posted on the developer’s YouTube account. Trine 2 released in North America last year, but was delayed in Europe after it failed QA. It seems those issues have been resolved...

  • Feature Must-Have PlayStation 3 Games - Corbie's Picks

    Download delights

    To introduce you to the team we've put together here at Push Square, we asked each team member for two PS3 games they considered absolutely essential. Here, Vita editor Corbie Dillard illuminates two of the brightest stars of the PlayStation Store. LIMBO: While the likely first impression of Limbo would be that the game is too...

About The Game

The sequel to GameSpot.com's Best Downloadable Game of E3 2009!

Trine™ 2 takes the first game's beloved triad--the powerful knight, the swift rogue, and the crafty wizard--and puts them into an all-new adventure filled with more action, more puzzles, and the introduction of online support for the series's popular cooperative 3-person gameplay.