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Angry Birds Trilogy (Xbox 360)
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- Platform: Xbox 360
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Platform: Xbox 360
The Angry Birds franchise sling-shot into the hearts and minds of players with stunning popularity--a billion people have downloaded, enjoyed and become addicted to the adorable, comical games. For the first time ever, Angry Birds are taking flight and crashing their way onto your console with even more features and addictive gameplay than before.
Whether you're playing Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons or Angry Birds Rio, it won't take long for you to be hooked on the straightforward yet satisfying gameplay that defines this franchise. There are 19 episodes, each with an exclusive new level that will keep you interested and ready for more. New HD animated cut scenes will get you in the zone as you work your way towards earning new achievements and trophies. Become a bird slinger, banana fanatic or the Grinch and get lost in hours of hilarious fun that keeps you saying, "just one more board."
- Includes Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio for three times the strategic gameplay that everyone loves
- Experience one of the world's most popular games as it crashes onto your console for the first time
- Fling into classic, comical and addictive gameplay with 19 episodes, each featuring an exclusive new level
- Earn new achievements and trophies as you advance through the game
- Become a bird slinger, banana fanatic or the Grinch for versatile, addictive gameplay options
- Watch the new HD animated cut scenes to get yourself further into the Angry Birds zone
Top Customer Reviews
For those who have been living in ignorance of the hit game, Angry Birds involves launching birds from catapults to hit pigs. These pigs (who have stolen the bird's eggs) are perched on various structures made of glass, brick and wood, all of which have different effects when hit by the birds.
Birds come in various shapes and sizes and the game gives you a quick tutorial every time you meet a new one, from the standard red bird to the blue bird that splits in three and the black bomb bird. They're all part of the overall puzzle with an aim to destroy every pig on the level.
Even though this collects the 3 original Angry Birds games; Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio (not Space, though I'm expecting to see that as DLC content), you could theoretically whizz through these in a few hours. That's not really the point of the game, though. Each level offers three stars, awarded based on your score. Usually, the third star is only available by finding the best way to kill all the pigs in a level with as few birds as possible, while doing the most damage possible. Every item destroyed will add to your score, as well every bird left on completion of a level. Those willing to try for 3 stars on each level will get the most out of the game (plus, of course, earning those all-important Achievements).Read more ›
One of the benefits of publishing for a console vs mobile apps is the price point - you get to charge more for your product. It makes sense that Rovio wants to bring their "Angry Birds" franchise to the console. "Angry Birds" is probably one of the few franchises popular and well-known enough to merit a console publication, and you can make a lot more money.
But here's the problem. The price point has drastically so been altered and the differences for the increased price is negligible. The first three games are present and accounted for but at a much higher price. For the 3DS version, we go from $.99 cents a game to about $10 dollars a game. Likewise, Rovio is charging over $13 dollars per game on the XBOX 360 and Playstation 3. If a console game went up that much, instead of paying $59.95 for "New Super Mario Bros. U", you would be paying $600
Rovio has decided to publish the first three "Angry Birds" games, "Angry Birds", "Angry Birds Seasons", and "Angry Birds Rio", on the XBOX 360, Playstation 3, and Nintendo 3DS. The two home consoles has an MSRP of $39.95 and the $3DS 29.95. But is "Angry Birds Trilogy" really worth purchasing when the same games are available for so much cheaper?
Really depends, but for most consumers, the answer is no. Now, there will be fans out there of the games that this will be an automatic purchase regardless.Read more ›
Yes the game costs more than a free game, but I can now play it on my 46" TV in HD, quality!
Why would you buy it, what about all those people who don't have smart phone's and Ipads, my 8 year doesn't and he loves this game, he has borrowed his Nan's ipad and spent time playing it, I would love to buy him an ipad so I can download it for 69p but don't have the four hundred pounds to buy him the ipad.
I love the game, this game is packed with levels, some exclusive to this game, I'm sure that there will also be plenty to download in the future as well. It works well with the controller, didn't know if it would translate from the finger swipe but it does brilliantly
I'm giving five stars for those of us that are not fortunate enough to have an ipad or android tablet
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For anyone that loves any of the angry birds apps, this truly brings the game to live when playing on the XBOXPublished 6 months ago by FHM28