Angry Birds to gain console audience

It could be one of the most profitable franchises’ of all time and is one of the most addictive games I have ever played so it is no surprise that game developer Rovio have announced a partnership with Activision to bring Angry Birds to the major league with a console launch packaging 3 of its Angry Birds titles.

Angry Birds fly towards consoles in 2012

The retail game (that as yet has no price tag assigned) is due to launch in Q4 of 2012 and will include Angry Birds, Angry Birds Rio and Angry Birds Seasons. While the very awesome latest addition to the franchise, Angry Birds Space is missing from the console package, the amount of levels that will be included from these 3 games will be phenomenal. If we then couple that with the rumour of Kinect and Move motion sensor compatibility this could be a whole lot of fun for those who haven’t yet progressed into the Smartphone era and experienced this addictive little puzzler before.

(Via IGN)

David Bevan

David has been a computer lover since a young age with fond memories of the NES which created a strong loyalty to Nintendo until Sony hit the market. Moving from Nintendo to a Playstation 1 and Playstation 2, the next generation of consoles saw him move his loyalties yet again, this time to the XBbox 360. David is often found playing games when not working or following his other passion of comics. David worked in the computer games industry for the last 7 years as a support manager for an MMORPG before taking a step away from the industry and living his passion for gaming through his achievement hunting in his spare time and through writing for our website.

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