All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Angry Birds Trilogy’

Angry Birds Trilogy Out on Wii U August 13

Back in February, Rovio announced that Angry Birds Trilogy, which had already sold over one Million copies for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo 3DS, would be coming to Wii U sometime this year. Today, Rovio announced that the game will be coming out for Wii and Wii U on August 13, 2013. A release date for a game that …

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Angry Birds Trilogy Sells Over one Million Copies, is Coming to Wii U

Angry Birds is popular. How popular? Well, what if I told you that Rovio has managed to take its first three mobile games, package them for consoles, price them at $20, and sell over one million copies? That’s precisely what Activision and Rovio have announced today. Angry Birds Trilogy for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo 3DS has sold …

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Angry Birds Trilogy DLC Released Today

Rovio, the creators of the highly popular Angry Birds franchise today released the first downloadable content (DLC) for the recently released Angry Birds Trilogy. The “Anger Management” pack will feature 130 new levels from mobile episodes such as Ham ‘O’ Ween, Wreck the Halls, Birdday Party, and Piglantis. The DLC is available for $5 over the PlayStation Network or 400 …

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Angry Birds Trilogy Launch Trailer Released

The Angry Birds Trilogy was released today, bringing avian slingshot action to home consoles. To coincide with the launch, Rovio has produced a live-action launch trailer for the game, seen below. It features animated angry birds crashing into everyday things. You have to wonder why anyone but a window and glass dealer would be smiling, though. Angry Birds Trilogy features …

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Angry Birds Trilogy Tells A Fowl Tale On Consoles Later This Year

Angry Birds has proven to be a hit among the mobile crowd with its intuitive touch screen controls and charming characters. The console crowd has shown a bit more distaste to the games, however, since they see them as a threat to the console games they know and love. Rovio is going to convince them otherwise later this year. Speaking …

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