Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Reviewed by: Jamaal Ryan

It always seems like taking a risk when discussing tough games in fear of cynical criticism about your lack of skill and comprehension, both in which are delivered in the somewhat dismissive "Get better at video games" statement. I've bitched about Ninja Gaiden's terrible camera and God of War: Ascension's unfair Trail of Archimedes, and got flack for doing so.

I didn't like Trine 2 in the beginning, and I still think that its deliberate obfuscation of its puzzle design hurts the experience. But Trine 2 delivers on a sense of accomplishment that's independent from its challenging nature. I can at least recognize that. Read more.

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