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The Angry Birds Trilogy was a bit of an oddity when it launched last year on Xbox 360, PS3, and 3DS. Bundling together three iOS titles that all sold for $1 each, and adding in some new content, HD graphics, and a control scheme based on its platform (Kinect, PS Move, touchscreen) along the way, the trilogy was sold for $40 on consoles and $30 on the 3DS.
As it turns out, that high price tag wasn't enough to deter potential buyers as Activision has announced that the Angry Birds Trilogy has crossed the 1 million sold threshold. To keep that sales ball rolling, this year will see both a Wii and Wii U release of the game, with the Wii U version likely taking full advantage of the GamePad for precise controls.
Petri Järvilehto, EVP of Games for Rovio, talked a little about this news:
"It was certainly satisfying to see Angry Birds gameplay adapt so well to other platforms in 2012. The features specific to the Wii U are very intriguing to us, so we're excited to release this version to fans."
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Most anticipated games of 2016 - People's Choice:
|Mass Effect Andromeda||12.79%|
|Deus Ex: Mankind Divided||6.04%|
|No Man’s Sky||5.81%|
|Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End||5.57%|
|Dark Souls 3||4.24%|
|Mirror’s Edge Catalyst||3.92%|
|Tom Clancy’s The Division||3.61%|
|Horizon: Zero Dawn||3.45%|
|The Last Guardian||3.06%|
|Final Fantasy XV||1.88%|
|Gears of War 4||1.33%|
|Street Fighter V||1.02%|