After a lack of info, the Angry Birds are finally set to premiere on the Nintendo consoles.
After a strong success on the Xbox 360, PS3 and 3DS where it sold one million copies – to say nothing about the astronomical success on mobiles and tablets – the Angry Birds Trilogy is now set to release on August 13th for the Wii U and Wii.
Unlike the Xbox 360 which supports Kinect, the Wii U version will include support for online leaderboards along with touch-screen controls and off-screen play that allows you to continue playing even when away from the TV.
Published by Activision, the Trilogy includes Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio along with the requisite extra new content and features. So far, pricing hasn’t been announced although the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions donn’t exactly provide the biggest value for money at $30.
Check out our review for Angry Birds Trilogy here to see what we thought of the game (hint: it’s not exactly the most positive). Meanwhile, Rovio’s push for world domination continues.