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The Trine series has surpassed 7 million sales worldwide, Frozenbyte announced today. That includes sales of Trine and Trine 2 across PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC, Mac, Linux and Android. To celebrate seven figures, Frozenbyte has launched the level editor for Trine Enchanted Edition and Trine 2: ...

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Nvidia believes the market is ready for a specialty tablet that can run Unreal Engine 4 with ease, play your PC games remotely and broadcast your every demise in Spelunky. Built around its Tegra K1 processor and partnered with a wireless controller, Nvidia's Shield Tablet is that specialty product....

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Trine 2: Complete Story and Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate hit PS Plus in tomorrow's North American update, as the first month to add two PS4 games gets going early. Pixeljunk SU is a cross-buy deal, so if you get the subterranean shoot-em-up on Plus you'll net it on Vita too. Over on PS3, NBA 2K14 a...

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Frozenbyte is self-publishing Trine 2 on PS4, with the announcement coming after Finnish gaming convention DigiExpo let the next-gen cat out of the bag. The indie studio didn't note a release window, but did confirm the PS4 version is the Complete Story edition. As per the updated Steam version,...

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The Humble Indie Bundle 9 just added a quintet of new games. Limbo, Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken, Bastion and A Virus Named Tom are now available to would-be purchasers and those who've already coughed up dough for the collection alike. This latest Humble Bundle launched just last week and is...

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Humble Bundle's ever-busy organizers have launched Humble Indie Bundle 9, a pay-what-you-want compilation spotlighting Polytron's Fez, Klei's Mark of the Ninja, and other standout indie hits. Buyers will receive Double Fine's metal-infused action-RTS Brutal Legend, the DLC-bundled Trine 2: Com...

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This video for Trine 2: Director's Cut shows the graphics for the Wii U game before and after its January update. The update also added Pro Controller support and online multiplayer voice chat. Since the game was updated, the graphics have to be substantially better, right? You tell us. ...

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Trine 2 developer Frozenbyte recently told GamingBolt that the Wii U-exclusive Magic Mayhem DLC is "still a possibility, but not a likelihood." The mini-game mode was planned for the Director's Cut version of the game, which Frozenbyte said is the best version it can make. "The idea was to have sma...

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A surprise sale has popped up on the Wii U eShop, dropping the prices of three indie download games through early January. According to the banner on the eShop front page, Trine 2 is $15.99 (normally $19.99) until January 7, Little Inferno is $9.99 until January 4, down from $14.99, and Chasing Aur...

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Nintendo overhauled more than just its controller with the Wii U – it also revamped how it handles indie developers and eShop games. Frozenbyte (Trine 2) marketing manager Mikael Haveri tells IGN that Nintendo's foray into modern distribution puts it on par with established companies such as ...

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Trine 2: Director's Cut is available now on the Wii U eShop, on this, the blessed day of our Nintendo savior's launch. Director's Cut is a Wii U exclusive game that we knew would hit the eShop some time during Nintendo's launch window; we just didn't know how good Frozenbyte's aim was. Director's C...

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Trine 2's upcoming expansion, "Goblin Menace," will be available to PC and Mac users who purchased the game through Steam on Thursday, September 6 for $7.99/€6.99. Steam customers who purchased the Collector's Edition, however, should already have access to beta versions of the expansion's fir...

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