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The Surge 2 | Symphony of Violence

One week to go! Prepare yourself to dismantle and take apart your foes on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One when The Surge 2 releases 24th September. Deck13’s latest hardcore Action-RPG utilises its signature limb-targeting system, allowing you to rip and tear equipment from your foes using brutal executions. Witness the weapons, enemies and executions backed by Sharon Van Etten’s cover of ‘The End of the World’ in the Symphony of Violence Trailer.

The Surge 2 brings back The Surge’s acclaimed combat system, allowing you to target and weaken enemy armour points so you can take the equipment for yourself, or aim for a weak spot and finish the fights quickly. Each fight becomes a desperate risk-versus-reward decision and you must utilise all the tools in your arsenal to survive, including a customisable combat drone, game-changing implants, a new directional parrying system and many more…
Discover the mysteries of Jericho City and the sources of the nanomachine plague alongside Athena, a young girl linked to your past and escape the gripping chaos of Jericho City.
Pre-orders at participating retailers will also come with the URBN Gear Pack DLC for free, which includes a new armour set, two new weapons, one drone, one module and a bonus online message icon.
The Surge 2 launches 24th September on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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The Aussie Gamers Experience
17th September 2019

PaladinAmber dealing with Trolls in the most Aussie of ways!

The internet can be a bit of a daunting place, keyboard warriors at every turn empowered by their anonymity and a sense of self righteousness. Jump on over to Twitch and it takes on a whole new form. 

Twitch is by far the most popular and well known streaming service. Anyone with an account can jump in and create content for others to enjoy, or enjoy the content created. I have always likened it to digital busking when asked to explain it to others. I stream myself and enjoy it immensely. 

Of course putting yourself on screen opens you up to a whole range of "unique" individuals that can come into your chat. Adelaide streamer Amber "PaladinAmber" Walden has a very Aussie way of dealing with this particular group more commonly known as trolls. 

PaladinAmbers recent explosion in popularity has been a result of not only good content, but the unique way she is calling out inappropriate or crude comments within her streams chat. Using mock "breaking news" type skits Amber is tearing apart those comments much like you would see a stand up comedian destroying hecklers, and destroy them she does. 

Recently when asked what her sexual orientation was, PaladinAmber cut away to a breaking news screen, 

   "This just in, it is possible for people to be on the internet and not want to do the horizontal tango with one another, or with any of you. Back to you guys."

Amber herself describes it as dealing with hecklers at a show, 

"if no one acknowledges it, it becomes awkward and silent, but the moment you come back with a response it is entertaining."

Entertaining is right, PaladinAmbers channel in a few short months has grown to just shy of 50,000 followers and allowed her to become a full time streamer.  

Be sure to check out her next stream

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Erica: An Interactive Thriller from PS4

Who here is old enough to remember FMV games? 
Ok so I am showing my age here but they were a very niche part of gaming history and one that ended all too soon. 

Check out the release below for Erica recently announced at Gamescom 2019 and let us know what you think...


Sony Interactive Entertainment Australia has announced the launch of interactive thriller Erica, out now on PlayStation Store after its announcement at Gamescom.

In the pioneering live-action cinematic experience, your decisions will shape the fate of Erica, a young woman who’s thrust into the middle of a murder mystery that’s somehow connected to her family’s history and the traumatic events that impacted her childhood.

As she meets a growing cast of old family friends and new acquaintances, you must separate fact from fiction, truth from lie to decide what is the real story that ties past and present together.

This groundbreaking experience from Flavourworks marries high-fidelity film production values with engaging tactile gameplay and features a haunting score by acclaimed composer Austin Wintory (Journey,).

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Playstation 5 Design Patent Revealed?

Think of this what you will, but according to reports online by LetsGoDigital, earlier this month Sony filed a patent in Brazil that could be an awesome looking games console, or a bread crumb in the wrong direction. 
Apparently designed by Sony's Technical Director Yusuhiro Ootori could this be the next Playstation console? 

I know what you're thinking, patents get filed all the time and never see the light of day. This one is a little different as Sony have designated the device as a Class 14.02, which includes data processing and peripheral equipment. Heading back to prior PS4 days and Sony registered the PS4 under Class 14.02 also. I'm seeing a link here. 

Looking at the designs while I think it looks cool and has all the hallmarks of a gaming monster I don't see this at home in a lounge room, gaming room more directly my gaming room is a different story. 

Whether this is a thing or not it gets the thought process going for the next gen of gaming consoles and what they will look like. 
Better yet, tell us what you think they will look like in the comments below or any of our social channels. 

Big thanks for LetsGoDigital for the info.


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Wolfenstein Young Blood

There really is no bond tighter than that of a family. Let's face it, a family that slays together stays together. 

Youngblood opens with an introduction into family Blazkowicz some nineteen years after BJ ignited the second American revolution. BJ and Anya have settled down with a farm and raised their twin daughters Jess and Soph into strong self sufficient young women. 
Fast forward a bit and BJ has gone missing and Jess and Soph have gone off after him into NAZI occupied France showcasing their bravado for all to see. 

Growing up with the constant threat of another NAZI invasion can't have been easy. Luckily BJ and Anya have been preparing the girls since they were born.

Young Blood is not only a continuation of the story but also a bit of a side story evident with a few changes to gameplay style. Most noticeably is the option to play the entire game in co-op with a friend or AI partner. Bethesda has also introduced the buddy system, quite simply a friend can download the demo and play the entire game as long as one of you has the full title. Not a bad deal if you ask me. 

Gameplay is as you would expect. First person shooter and very much a Bethesda title. Good strong basics as would be expected from a Wolfenstein game although it feels much more sluggish this time around forcing me to bump up the sensitivity for a more free flowing feel.

Playing on the PS4 Pro Wolfenstein: Youngblood looks brilliant however not overly optimized. Frame rates were noticeably fluctuating with substantial screen tearing in parts to the point it was frustrating to play. 

Enemies are walking bullet sponges and the more skilled who enjoy moving through enemies quicker with head shots will be disappointed as there really isn't much use for them. While this is touted as a first person shooter, it kinda is but kinda isn't too. RPG mechanics have been thrown in there to help with level progression but they don't really work. Too often Young Blood gives you a choice, boringly grind out the levels to progress easier, or struggle through till you get to a point where you have to grind to meet the min level to progress. Open world elements are a fresh take on the hallways and linear track of previous Wolfenstein titles that Arkane and MachineGames will learn from for their next titles. 

The main characters are a unique pair. Strong, resourceful and ready to kill NAZI's everything you would expect from a Blazkowicz unfortunately they have been let down by a lackluster story and cringe worthy dialogue. To begin with the banter and bravado between the pair was good. Little moments made me laugh out loud on more than one occasion and the sisterly bond was ever so present, but that wears away quickly to leave behind a shallow barrel of school yard quips that get old very quickly. 

Let's be honest Wolfenstein has always been about killing NAZI's and taking back a world taken and despite its shortcomings Wolfenstein Youngblood has this in droves. The feel of the resistance taking the fight to a superior force is still very much alive and if that is all you focus on you will have a good time. 

Wolfenstein Youngblood is a side step from the main series and tries some new mechanics that don't quite work this time around but there is room to move and grow. Bethesda will hurt due to the microtransaction backlash that is a current hot topic but as I've always said, don't use them if you don't want to. If you want to spend more money after buying a full priced game that is up to you. 

Arkane Studios and MachineGames have taken some risks with a much loved series. Some have paid off, others haven't nonetheless switch your brain off and have a bit of fun because at the end of the day that's what gaming is about. Better yet, this time around bring a friend. 

Developed: Arkane Studios & MachineGames

Published: Bethesda
Available: Now
Platforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Google Stadia, Xbox One 

Platform Reviewed on: PS4

Reviewer: Snoogs

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Inside Xbox | Massive News

Today, on a special Gamescom episode of Inside Xbox broadcast live from Cologne, Germany, we gave fans a closer look at some of the year’s biggest upcoming games, revealed new titles coming to Xbox Game Pass, showed off some new enhancements to Age of Empires II DE, pulled the curtain back on new accessories, and much more. For a full recap, read on below or watch the replay of Inside Xbox episode above.

Gears 5
We revealed the all-new Gears 5 Horde mode, which adds new gameplay features and the Ultimate abilities to this signature mode. Every Horde character will have a unique Ultimate ability; this extends to cross-over characters like Sarah Connor from “Terminator Dark Fate,” and Kat and Emile from the newly announced Halo: Reach Character Pack (included in Gears 5 Ultimate Edition). Additionally, we’re extending our collaboration with AAPE, so if you missed the tease that dropped at E3, you’ll have another chance on August 30. Lastly, we confirmed the Gears 5 is now available for pre-purchase on Steam and will launch on all platforms at the same time.

More Great Games Coming to Xbox Game Pass
Gamescom 2019 marked a huge day for Xbox Game Pass, with eight new games announced, including three huge titles that will be available today! Devil May Cry 5 and Stellaris: Console Edition join Xbox Game Pass for console and Age of Empires: Definitive Edition joins Xbox Game Pass for PC.

August 19
·       Age of Empires: Definitive Edition (Xbox Game Pass for PC, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)
·       Devil May Cry 5 (Xbox Game Pass for Console, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)
·       Stellaris (Xbox Game Pass for Console, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass for PC)
August 22
·       Ape Out (Xbox Game Pass PC, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)
·       Kingdom Come: Deliverance (Xbox Game Pass for Console, Xbox Game Pass for PC, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)
August 27 
  • Bard’s Tale IV (Xbox Game Pass for Console, Xbox Game Pass for PC, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)
August 30
  • Blair Witch Project (Xbox Game Pass for Console, Xbox Game Pass for PC, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate)

For more details on all the Xbox Game Pass news this Gamescom, check out the full blog post here.

At E3 we announced X019, our global celebration of all things Xbox, will be coming to London this November and here at Gamescom, Xbox’s Aaron Greenberg revealed that X019 will take place November 14-16 at the Copper Box Arena in London, UK with a special episode of Inside Xbox kicking off all the incredible news, world-premieres and reveals on November 14, followed immediately by Xbox FanFest.

On November 15 and 16, X019 will include never-before-seen playable demos, developer panels, Xbox gear, and incredible experiences we can’t wait to reveal later this year. Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, September 24. Tickets will be priced at £19 per session with all proceeds going to charity. For more info on how you can attend X019, read the full recap of our news here.

Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition Gets a Release Date
Helping to kick off our X019 celebration, Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition will launch November 14, 2019. You can pre-order right now for $19.99 and it will also be available for Xbox Game Pass for PC which includes the 4K remaster, complete with a brand-new campaign, and all the expansions and content from the original release.

The team also announced that Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition will be released on Steam as well, and even better, it will support cross-network play between Steam and the Microsoft Store, so you can play with anyone, regardless of what platform you or they own the game on. For fullt details, check out our full news post here.

Gears POP!
Gears POP!, the free-to-play, real-time multiplayer mobile entry in the Gears franchise will be available on Android, iOS, and Windows 10 in just three days on August 22. The team also confirmed that cross-saves will be enabled across all three platforms, so you can move from one device to another and maintain all your progress. You can pre-register today, so you’re all set when the game releases on August 22

Hardware/Accessories Announcement
Controller reveals are something of a tradition on Inside Xbox, and at Gamescom we brought two brand-new entries to show off to the world. The aptly named Night-Ops Camo Special Edition brings a rugged look to the fore with a black, grey, and metallic gold camouflage pattern, as well as etched trigger grips to help your fingers stay on point in even the tensest encounters.

The team also unveiled the Xbox Wireless Controller – Sport Blue Special Edition, which leaps off the shelf with a vibrant blue design with metallic accents and a rubberised diamond grip. Read our full announcement here.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Season 4 News
Xbox’s Chris Charla was joined by Console Producer Koo Sung Jeong and Console Community Lead Ray Kim, from the PUBG Corporation to debut the Season 4 update for PUBG.

One of the biggest changes in Season 4 is a massive, stunning visual update to the original PUBG map, Erangel. Many of the famous landmarks, such as Military Base and Mylta Power have seen upgrades and beyond the new look and feel, fans can expect newly balanced weapons and vehicles. And keep a sharp eye out, as secret clues have been added that help develop the lore of Erangel and give fans a sense of what happened on this dangerous island.

We also announced a much-requested feature, cross-platform play for console! This will allow Xbox players to join matches and compete against PlayStation players, enabling matchmaking to draw from a larger pool globally and offer more competition for players. The PUBG team is aiming to have the cross-platform play feature on the Pubic Test Server (PTS, a free download from the Microsoft Store) in late September and release to live servers in October

Season 4 also introduces Survivor Pass: Aftermath, which allows players to unlock over 100 rewards, as well as brand new cooperative missions, which allow the community to work together to accomplish special milestones to unlock new rewards.

PUBG Season 4 will launch on Xbox One on August 27. For more, read our full announcement here.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint PVP Reveal
Leading off the show was the reveal of Ghost War, the intense, tactical 4v4 competitive multiplayer mode that will launch with Ghost Recon: Breakpoint on October 4. Ghost War, which will take place on dedicated servers, rewards communication and cooperation within teams amongst the open and diverse maps on offer. The Shared Progression system also ensures that whether you’re playing PVE or PVP your character is always evolving and progressing.

Wasteland 3 New Gameplay Trailer
Wasteland 3 also debuted a trailer chock full of brand new gameplay, including the first look at the mysterious Patriarch, who lures your Desert Ranger from the post-nuclear wastes of Arizona with a promise of aid if you can help rescue his land from the grips of his three bloodthirsy children. The new trailer also showcased the first footage of the Kodiak, an upgradeable battle-truck that will play a key role in the game. We also saw the new precision strike system, where players will be granted a first-person view, allowing them to target enemy weak points, adding an additional tactical layer to a series known for its strategic approach to combat.

Empire of Sin Reveal
At E3 Romero Games and Paradox Interactive gave us a glimpse at the noir stylings of 1920s Chicago in their upcoming title, Empire of Sin, but at Gamescom we were treated to an interview with both Brenda and John Romero, who provided a first in-depth look at the gameplay that will drive your experience through the criminal underworld.

Metro Exodus: The Two Colonels
Metro Exodus debuted its first major story expansion, The Two Colonels, which harkens back to the series’ roots with a tense, claustrophobic journey through Novosibirsk. As the name suggests, you’ll take control of two brand-new protagonists, Colonel Khlebnikov, who you’ll journey with in the last days of his life, and Colonel Miller, who will investigate what befell his fallen comrade.

The Two Colonels will also offer a brand-new tool for exploration and eradication: the flamethrower! Like the classic Tikhar, you’ll need to pump up the flamethrower to maintain its power and effectiveness. This first expansion is the first or two promised new storylines, with the even larger Sam’s Story set to release in early 2020.

Destiny 2
The upcoming Shadowkeep expansion for Destiny 2 returns players to the moon, and Bungie Game Director Ben Wommack was on hand to not only discuss the mischief Eris Morn is getting into, but also reveal a definitive look at the final Finishers that Guardians will wield when the expansion drops on October 1. Likewise, we got a better look at how fans will be able to increase their personal challenge level to create their elite Guardian.

Trailers Galore!
Our special Gamescom edition of Inside Xbox was also home to a series of incredible new trailers for some of this year’s most anticipated games, including a terrifying new look at the Blair Witch Project, available on Xbox Game Pass on August 30, a fresh look at the always popular MyCareer mode for NBA 2K20, an in-depth overview of the world of The Surge 2, and a full breakdown of the factions and diplomacy that drive the drama and action in the much anticipated action RPG Greedfall. For a look at all the incredible new trailers coming out of Gamescom, be sure to check out

Thanks for tuning in earlier today to watch this special Gamescom episode of Inside Xbox live from Cologne, Germany. Stay tuned to Xbox Wire throughout the show for even more Xbox gaming news.


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20th August 2019

Tips for Parenting the Online Gaming World

Given that our main audience here at The Aussie Gamers Experience consists of people who are parents or guardians to the little people that will become our future, I feel that this piece of information will land on some relevant ears. Keeping our children safe from the massive world that is always within reach thanks to the internet, is paramount. After all, it is our jobs to keep these dependents safe until they can look after themselves. Check out these tips provided to us by Jackie Coates, the head of the Telstra Foundation.

Top tips for parenting in the online gaming world – Jackie Coates, Head of the Telstra Foundation

Parenting in the digital world can be new territory for some, and when it comes to online gaming here are my top tips:

Know what your kids are playing
There is no shortage of games for young people to access, the trick here is to make sure they are playing age appropriate games. Games come with ratings, just like movies so be sure to check them with your child and have a conversation about the ratings.  But don’t stop there, you also want to know what games your child is playing so you can talk about their gaming in a positive way and stay connected.  Ask your child to show you how to play – younger children love teaching the teacher.  Stay in the loop about new games and educational games that can encourage creativity and problem solving. I find commonsensemedia parent website very helpful

Know who they play with
Multiplayer games are popular and why wouldn’t they be, it’s a social fun way to connect with friends.  However, know who your child is playing with – are they friends or strangers, kids or adults?  Are they using voice chat or text chat to communicate with each other? You need to understand the environment and set the controls you believe are right for your child.  My ground rules are set parental controls for the younger children who may not be as savvy online and for my older teen, only have the voice and text channels open to friendship groups.  Never share information to people you don’t know, the stranger danger message applies online too.

Teach them to play nice & play smart
I remind my kids that their actions in games can still impact others and I set some behaviour rules up front about my expectations re kindness, no bullying, keep it clean, nice, fun. I also talk to them about gaming protocols – things like don’t go idle in games or frequently drop out of multiplayer games, don’t team up against an individual or be over critical of other people’s playing styles or shortcomings, or crash into people on purpose if they are playing racing games. If someone is being inappropriate, block them and if you think the behaviour is really bad, report them. Some gaming consoles have player reputation systems – a great starting point to talk to your child about what behaviours are acceptable to both you, and the broader gaming community.  In gaming you want to teach them the difference between competitive behavior and bullying, and between friendly banter and verbal harassment.  Make sure your child knows not to share any personal details about themselves in games and make sure they set up profiles that use fake names.  Teach them to play smart about their privacy and protect the privacy of others. You can also lodge an illegal or offensive digital content complaint via the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner. Download our Parenting Tipsheet: Inappropriate Content (PDF, 161kB)

Know when to switch-off

It’s all too easy for kids to get deeply engrossed for hours while playing games, meanwhile homework, chores and other activities fall by the wayside. Before spiralling into long-term habits, it’s important to set time limits and guidelines to encourage regular screen breaks and a healthy balance between their online and offline worlds.  I recommend a couple of hours max and avoid the all-nighters that some teens push for. This is an area you need to stay on top of and be consistent – make sure your rules are clear and enforced.  In our house we have a schedule that limits opportunities for gaming - no games during the week as homework and family time takes precedence, Friday night we let the leash off a bit, and only short gaming stints on the weekend in between sport and other activities. Check your operating system, search engine, and specific gaming platforms for individual controls to help manage your kids' experience. There are also ways to monitor activity and implement restrictions on specific devices. For our products and services, we recommend Telstra Mobile Protect for mobile devices and Telstra Broadband Protect for your home broadband. For example, With Telstra Broadband Protect you can set parental controls.  You can block certain websites or set up Access Time Restrictions. This means you can block all internet access at selected times, and you can also set up Homework Time, which only blocks known social networks and gaming websites, but allows your kids access to the internet for study. You can also choose a filter from the industry endorsed Family Friendly Filter scheme.

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20th August 2019

TUBBZ – The collectable range of cosplaying duck figurines!

OK so my inner nerd is going to shine on through here but we have a cool bit of information to share from Bluemouth Interactive. 
Below is the release for TUBBZ Cosplaying Ducks, yes you read that right.
If a Firefly one comes out not only will I have them, I may even shed a tear! 


Quack, quack!
Were incredibly proud to introduce TUBBZ, the official range of collectable cosplaying ducks!
Representing the biggest video game, movie, TV show, and comic book brands, TUBBZ are fantastically fun collectables that transform all of your favourite characters into duck-style figurines.
Featuring cute, recognisable designs, these high quality figurines feature individual poses to suit their characters, and each come packaged in a stackable box with a unique bathtub-shaped display stand!
Whether youre a fan of Batman, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Fallout, Destiny, Street Fighter, Borderlands, Lord of the Rings, or something else entirely, TUBBZ is sure to scratch that itch for a brand new, unique, cross-brand collectable range.

  • TUBBZ - your favourite video game, movie, TV show, and comic book characters come to life as cosplaying ducks
  • Official collectables All official licensed products, designed and engineered by merchandise experts Numskull Designs
  • Collect them all 4 (or more!) in each range, with many to collect
  • Display box - comes in a collectors bathtub display box, featuring the propertys logo and the ability to stack on top of other Tubbz
  • Premium collectables highly detailed features and made from premium quality PVC
  • Approximately 9cm (3.54) tall when outside of tub display stand (some may vary)

TUBBZ will be released in regular waves, featuring a new assortment of quackin good quality collectables in each, representing new fan-favourite brands.

The confirmed line-up so far:
Borderlands (wave 1): Psycho, Lillith, Moxxi, Tina
Fallout: Vault Boy, Vault Girl, T-51 Power Armor, Nuka-Cola Pin Up Girl
Destiny: Cayde, Lord Shaxx, Sweeperbot, Eris Morn
Spyro the Dragon: Spyro, Ripto, Elora, Moneybags
Crash Bandicoot: Crash, Coco, Dr. Neo Cortex, Dr. N. Gin
Street Fighter: Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, Blanka
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dovahkiin, Alduin, Ulfric Stormcloak, Jarl Balgruuf the Greater
Borderlands (wave 2): Brick, Maya, Tyreen Calypso, Troy Calypso
Ghostbusters: Egon, Ray, Venkman, Winston
DC Comics: Batman, Robin, Joker, Harley Quinn
The Lord of the Rings: Frodo, Gandalf the Gray, Sauron, Legolas

TUBBZ will be available in leading Australian retail stores for SRP $24.95 (NZ SRP $29.95).

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Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince Release Date & Stunning Trailer

Fantasy masters at Frozenbyte and publisher Modus Games announced a release date of October 8th for highly anticipated Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince and Trine: Ultimate Collection. To mark the announcement, they have also released a gorgeous new gameplay trailer for Trine 4. Both Trine 4 and Trine: Ultimate Collection will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on October 8th.

Playfully showcasing the four-player co-op feature for the first time, the new trailer gives fans a glimpse at new skills and multiplayer action in the upcoming fourth installment of the beloved franchise. With an all-new combat system, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince will have players vanquishing fantastical new enemies and solving new physics-based puzzles and promises to give fans the biggest and best Trine yet as the title boasts more gameplay than Trine 1, 2, and 3.

Alongside the series’ new installment, Modus will release Trine: Ultimate Collection, the best way to experience the entire Trine series for new and existing fans alike. Packed with bonus content at retail, the bundle will include Trine Enchanted Edition, Trine 2: Complete Story, Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, and Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince and will be available on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. 
Trine: Ultimate Collection at retail will include: 
·         Trine 1-4 
·         Trine Series Original Soundtrack (download code) 
·         Trine 4 Digital Art Book (download code) 
·         Collector’s Reversible Cover Sheet 
·         Physical Trine 4 World Map 

Consumers who buy Trine 4 at retail will receive:  
·         Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince 
·         Physical Trine 4 World Map 

To learn more about Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, visit, follow Modus Games on Twitter @modus_games and Discord, and like Modus Games on Facebook @modusgames.

Trine 4 is supported by the Creative Europe Programme - MEDIA of the European Union. 

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