The Australian Classification Board is getting in the way of games releases once again: after the problems regarding some games which required a 18+ classification which prevented the latest Mortal Kombat from reaching Australian shores, a problem only recently solved with the new 18+ introduced for the first time in this month, now another game is getting delayed due to the classification process. Trine 2 Wii U is actually “stuck in the submission” according to Frozenbyte.
Trine 2 is a puzzle platform video game developed and published by Frozenbyte: players will control one character out of three, each one with different abilities which will be required to complete each stage. The game also sports a co-op mode where three players can control the three characters at the same time. The game’s story is told in a really nice way, thanks to a narrator and details scattered on the game’s stages like writings, poems and so on: the backstory is definitely reach, improving the game’s atmosphere.
The Australian delay actually affects the title update for the american and european versions: the new update will bring voice chat, improved graphics and Pro Controller support.
Trine 2 Wii U and its title update should be available by the end of the month, but as of now, nothing sure can be said due to this issue.