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Puzzling platformer Trine 2 is bringing its trio of heroes to Wii U with a Director’s Cut of the game.
Starting tomorrow, you’ll be able to play Batman: Arkham City on your iPad. No, not the just-announced Arkham City Lockdown. The real one, the big-boy PC version. It’s happening courtesy of OnLive and it’s impressive enough to make you consider trading in your Xbox 360 or PS3 for Apple’s lightweight tablet.
You’ll finally be able to get your hands on the medieval, character-switching action of Trine 2 today, if you’re getting it on Steam. The game’s gorgeous art style and beautiful colour palette manifests into gorgeous vistas and sharp character animations.