Angry Birds Trilogy [review]

Okay, look, I know that many of you have probably had your fill of Angry Birds over the years, but it looks like more than a few of you still can’t get enough of the disgruntled fowl. Activision and Rovio Entertainment have announced that the console version of Angry Birds Trilogy has officially swooped past the one million units sold mark, a number that will only increase as the developer/publisher duo announce plans to bring the game to the Wii family of consoles later this year.

Angry Birds trilogy originally launched back in Sept. 2012 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 3DS. The game proper included the three main titles in the series including the original Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio. That amounted to around 700-plus levels of bird flinging action, complete with all new animations, HD graphics and interactive backgrounds.

Later in the year, the Anger Management DLC dropped, offering another 130 levels from previous Angry Birds updates, usually revolving around holiday themes.

Angry Birds Trilogy [review]
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Without giving away too much of the single-player campaign, the story picks up a few months after the events of Dead Space 2. Once again, you play as Isaac Clarke, an engineer in the 26th century, lured back into battle against an alien menace.
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