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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 987d ago | review

Angry Birds Trilogy Review - The Digital Fix

In so many ways this review could be summarised by one three word phrase: ‘It’s Angry Birds’. Such is the cultural ubiquity of Rovio’s fowl-flinging franchise that most people will know whether a purchase is in order from the box art alone. In a short few years the series has exploded into a full-blown merchandise onslaught, from T-shirts and pencil erasers to rumours of a television show and theme park. Heads of state are quizzed on their Angry Birds prowess, a drop in company productivity is blamed on the game and, on receipt of a smartphone, the inevitable first question asked is ‘Have you got Angry Birds?’ This leads to another, more pertinent question: why buy Angry Birds as a full-priced, disc-based game for consoles? (Angry Birds Trilogy, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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