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Angry Birds Trilogy coming to Wii and Wii U this year

If you’re one of the fortunate people yet to experience Angry Birds, you may no longer be safe. Activision has announced the game available on just about every other tech device in existence is now on the way to Nintendo’s Wii and Wii U.

It won’t just be the regular old Angry Birds though, this’ll be the premier edition known as Angry Birds Trilogy. It’ll be arriving sometime this year as well so brace yourself.

The press release doesn’t give much away in regards to features specific to the Wii and Wii U versions of Trilogy, but it does make the effort to mention previous platforms the game has been released on, successful on, how much it’s sold (1 million units worldwide), and also justify its addictive nature.

We’re sure Rovio Entertainment is thrilled being able to reach out to so many people worldwide with flying birds and stationary piggies.

Minneapolis, MN ‚Äď February 15, 2013 ‚Äď Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI), and Rovio Entertainment today announced that Angry Birds‚ĄĘ Trilogy has soared past one million units sold worldwide. Released in September 2012 on the Xbox 360¬ģ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft with Kinect‚ĄĘ for Xbox 360 compatibility, the PlayStation¬ģ3 computer entertainment system with full PlayStation¬ģMove support, and the Nintendo 3DS‚ĄĘ hand-held system, Angry Birds Trilogy won fans over by combining Rovio‚Äôs three legendary mobile titles, Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, and Angry Birds Rio, along with new content, levels and features. Building on this success, Activision and Rovio will release Angry Birds Trilogy for Nintendo‚Äôs Wii‚ĄĘ and Wii U‚ĄĘ systems in 2013.

‚ÄúAngry Birds‚Äô proven formula for fun and addicting gameplay translated perfectly to the big screen, and the consumer response has been overwhelming,‚ÄĚ said Jennifer Mirabelli, VP of Sales and Marketing for Activision Publishing, Inc.

‚ÄúIt was certainly satisfying to see Angry Birds gameplay adapt so well to other platforms in 2012,‚ÄĚ said Petri J√§rvilehto, EVP of Games for Rovio. ‚ÄúThe features specific to the Wii U are very intriguing to us, so we‚Äôre excited to release this version to fans.‚ÄĚ

Completely recreated in striking HD with refined controls, gamers can play Angry Birds Trilogy with all-new animations and interactive backgrounds through 700+ levels with more than 150 hours of addictive gameplay. Angry Birds Trilogy: Anger Management, the recently released DLC pack, features even more content with 130 fan-favorite puzzles like Wreck the Halls and Birdday Party.

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Liam Doolan
I’ve been writing about video games since 2006 and playing them since I was a kid. I started out with a copy of Mario & Yoshi on the Game Boy and before I knew it was in debt to Tom Nook. These days I spend much of my time trawling the eShop for the latest downloadable hit.
1 Comments
  • indevelopment
    February 20, 2013 at 8:16 am

    I think I’m the last person yet to play Angry Birds. I’l probably get it for WiiU though, I like the idea of stylus control and big screen area to use it on.

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