news\ Sep 27, 2011 at 4:16 pm

Angry Birds Migrating to Xbox 360, Wii, PSN


According to Peter Vasterbecka, the CEO of Angry Birds developer Rovio, the company is bringing its wildly-popular title to the Xbox 360, Wii, and PlayStation Network.

Rovio's plans for the franchise were discussed at London's Social Gaming Summit, where Vasterbecka also mentioned some multiplayer modes that are reminiscent of the Worms series.

After hearing about Angry Birds in the news for weeks, I recently got my first chance to play the game on a friend's iPhone for about ten minutes. I enjoyed it enough to consider purchasing my first smart phone, but I am not so sure about the ridiculous amount of hype surrounding this new franchise.

What do you think about new versions of Angry Birds? How much would you pay for an XBLA/PSN version of a game that can be downloaded for free on many cell phones?

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Cliff Bakehorn My name is Cliff Bakehorn III. I write reviews and other game-related articles as a free-lancer for Game Zone. I live in Bloomington, Indiana - home of the Hoosiers. I have always enjoyed video games, and writing about them professionally has been my ambition for most of my life. My favorite video game franchises include Legend of Zelda, Pokemon, Final Fantasy, God of War, the early Tony Hawk video games (THPS-Underground), Grand Theft Auto, Metal Gear Solid, Madden, Tetris, Mario Kart, Banjo-Kazooie, Super Smash Brothers, Tekken, Metroid, and Halo.
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