Activision and Rovio have today confirmed the release of Angry Birds Trilogy on both Nintendo's Wii U and Wii consoles. Angry Birds is a smash smartphone hit and swung onto 3DS late last year.
The only bird that's angry right now is me. This is pathetic.
Atleast it got that cute nintendo gameplay style about it lol.
Though the Wii? Another pillar for Nintendo, I guess.
Gotta squeeze some life out of that machine, I guess.
It has a ~100 million install base. Besides, I still see parents at Gamestop buying Wii games for their kids (even if they're the most horrible of titles).
I think it has to do with the Fact that even Seniors play Angry Birds- --the same was true of the Wii- remember the Senior Wii Bowling Leagues? So, it's kind of smart.
Well this isn't a surprise. The only surprise is how long it took to finally announce this. You would think with the gamepad, that games like this would be migrating over to the eShop as quick as the developer can get them over there.. Is this going to be a physical disc release? Or an eShop download?
Gotta milk that cow dry, huh?
And so the shovelware begins ;)
its already on other consoles too, you know
Shovelware that's on damn near anything with a screen on it. Try again.
Yes!! The wii u is finally getting some games! Oh wait..
Honestly, given the WiiU tablet pad, that this would've been available at launch.. not exactly hardware taxing.
24fps and constant screen tears.
3rd party support is coming in just like they said it would
- I don't know why people are angry over this. It's not like that means you're going to have to buy it. Angry Birds is a fun distraction, but it's nothing to get me hooked like how other people treat it like a drug. Ever from since I first played it, I wondered why it hasn't been brought to Wii. The pointer controls should work rather well. The Wii U version can practically be like the tablet versions of the game.
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