Admittedly, we thought releasing Angry Birds to consoles and handheld was pretty silly, but Activision and Rovio's Angry Birds Trilogy has actually done well for itself. Since its release back in September 2012, the game has apparently sold over a million units worldwide, and now Activision wants Wii U and Wii versions too.
As Activision's VP of Sales Jennifer Mirabelli puts it, "Angry Birds proven formula for fun and addicting gameplay translated perfectly to the big screen, and the consumer response has been overwhelming."
No argument there, considering the results.
Angry Birds Trilogy offers an HD take on the named installments, with new animations, interactive backgrounds, and the Angry Birds: Anger Management DLC. Yep, it's got DLC, which adds around 130 "fan-favorite puzzles."