Meet the multi-platform game that looks better on Nintendo's new console.
All three console versions go head-to-head, with just a bit of PS3 tearing to separate the bunch of them.
The all-singing, all-dancing computer version takes on the most technologically accomplished console release.
The PC version running at maximum settings offers a significantly improved experience over the PS3 game.
The strongest console version compared against the weakest.
The Microsoft console takes on the PC game running at maximum settings.
FXAA blur is the major differentiating factor between the two versions shown here.
Improved image quality on Wii U, but problematic gamma issues.
Announcement trailer within.
"The best version of Trine 2."
Taking the stunning Frozenbyte engine from concept art to reality.
Six new campaign levels coming.
Trine 2 free for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Apologises for Trine 2 delay with 30% off.
Dimitri Finds Out.
Blame licensing, localisation and QA.
But where is Trine 2?
Trine 2 manages a top 5 debut in the US.
Frozenbyte "very disappointed" with failed simultaneous launch.
All Zombies Must Die, Wild Arms will have to do.
"Some small issues came up we couldn't help."
Microsoft dates the rest of 2011's XBLA, DLC and deals.
Out now on PC and Mac, console launches to follow.
PC first, then PSN, then XBLA.
Stereoscopic 3D support added.
Collector's Edition arrives next month.
Internet memes meet fantasy adventure.
Three times the fun.
UPDATE: Latest on console versions.
Fantasy platformer looking lovely.
Downloadable side-scroller out this summer.
Now out late summer.
Check out lovely PC/PSN/XBLA platformer.
For PC, PS3 and 360 next year.
Due out next spring.
Puzzle solving platformer receives a sequel.