'Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince' Review: A Puzzling Adventure in the Best Way
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince comes at an uncertain time for the Trine series. While the first two games were popular for their unique blend of multiplayer and puzzle platforming, Trine 3 ditched the series’ signature side-scrolling style to bring the franchise fully into 3D, which is always a risky move for smaller developers. Unfortunately, this trade-off exponentially increased development costs and forced it to finish prematurely, leading to a product that ultimately felt incomplete and divided fans. This has left the mere concept of Trine 4 in a tricky situation from the very beginning: should it pick up where