Built from the ground up, gamers can experience Angry Birds like never before with the ultimate collector's edition, a compilation of three award-winning titles: Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons and Angry Birds Rio. Angry Birds Trilogy is available now for the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system.
With 150 hours of addictive gameplay, fans of all ages will fall in love with Angry Birds Trilogy. This grand combination has all-new animated cut scenes and interactive backgrounds - all tailor-made graphics. The new collection of bird biographies, concept art and character sketches, and extra bonus content reinforces the striking look and feel of the Angry Birds franchise and gives gamers additional challenges as they climb the high-score leaderboards.
Angry Birds Trilogy is a great new way to jump into awesome Angry Birds action. Easy-to-learn controls allow gamers of all ages to get together in the comfort of their living room and fling these birds into the air with the push of a button. Angry Birds comes to life in Stereoscopic 3D and allows for on-the-go challenges in StreetPass mode.
Angry Birds Trilogy has no review on Wii's World.
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