I remember the days when I was playing the Super Nintendo video game console and thinking that the graphics were the cat’s ass, but never really wondering what is the next generation in graphics with it comes to games that are going to be released in the future. If I would have had time to think about that inbetween all the 24 hours gaming binges, I would have never thought we would see games with 3D graphics that give games the real world feel of the games they are playing. Games today, like the Madden series and the Call of Duty series really give gamers the feel that they are in the game situation and when you play these games on a huge HD television the experience is even better.
Playing games back in the day on a 20-inch tube television never did anyone any justice, plus game developers did not have any reason to make games more in depth in regards to the graphics. Today, with larger
gamers televisions in the mix and gamers that always expect even more this time around, developers have a lot on their plate if they are looking to please anyone.
Trine 2 is a game that apparently is going for the Game of the Year award. The game is easily the most graphically involved game on the market today, especially when you look at the 2D platform. Games have risen to the top, but have never painted as good a picture as Trine 2 has. The game is available on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade and Steam if you are looking to download and try it out. The new Trine 2 will also be getting released as a Nintendo Wii U title. The game will feature the Goblin Menace DLC expansion, plus enhance game balance and graphics according to reports.
The developer of the game for the Nintendo Wii U console says that the Director’s Cut will be the biggest, most fully realized version of the game. Besides the graphics enhancements the addition of touch-based puzzles throughout the game will challenge the gamer in more ways than ever before. The game will also feature a multi-player mode call “Magic Mayhem”. Many online are hoping that Trine 2 lives up to its potential once it is launched on the Wii U console. With unique controls, perfect graphics and the introduction of touch-based games, it will definitely get the attention of gamers that are wanting a little more to go with their normal gaming experience.