Joining the ranks of Farmville, Angry Birds heads to Facebook's game list.
lol they taking over everything
rehashing old flash game is getting old.
No kidding. Angry Birds are on every platform possible atm, aren't they?
i played it on the psp. worst $2 i ever spent because my wife saw me playing it and now i cant get my psp back. Oh well, I can still play it on the ps3. Hopefully she doesnt know about that otherwise........ It was supposed to come to dsi i thought.
There's probably some legal mumbo jumbo Nintendo and Angry Birds are working through. Stuff always seems to get late to the DSi store..
What are we going to do today Rovio? The same thing we do every day Angry B, Take over the world...
Best comment all day.
just a matter of time....
Not suprised, it was a matter of time. It is a great game though, they get no hate from me
No doubt a very fun game, but I wonder if Rovio even has anything planned besides more and more Angry Birds. Seems like this is all they're banking on.
"pissed off pigs". This time the pigs get their chance to kick some bird butt. Thing is for me, i know there are seasons you can get for this game. On the psp/ps3 it is just one game. Rovio was complaining about xbox live the other day about updates and what not. Where are these updates for the ps3/psp version?
Games...have changed. It's no longer about boss battles, epic stories and ideologies. It's an endless series of proxy casual games played by mums and kids. Gaming, and its consumption of money, has become a well-oiled machine. ID-tagged gamers carry DRM-riddled games, use DRM-riddled gear. Rapidfire controllers and energy drinks inside their bodies enhance and regulate their abilities. Fun control. Skill control. Money control. Everything is monitored, and kept under control. Games have changed. The age of Angry Birds has become the age of control. All in the name of averting effort from "developers" (well...) like Rovio. And he who controls the casuals, controls history. Games have changed. When the player is under total control, casual games...become routine.
..You're taking this too seriously
Whoa but the pipe down, I can play angry birds on the toilet it's not replacing my online experience on homefront/crysis anytime I'm my lifetime.
Heheh. I got a chuckle out of this, good comment :D
never thought that a crush the castle clone would get this popular...
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