A PS3 port of the mobile version of Angry Birds games
23 May 2013
Summary: My boy rushed through the first few challenges at rapid clip, which surprised me as he had never played Angry Birds before. It did not hold his attention for very long, but he did say he might come back to it once he'd finished his various Star Wars games. I suspect players of the original Angry Birds may not find anything new in this version - it's just repackaged for a games console.
Summary: playing the game on a touchscreen was ok, now being able to play it on your playstation is just another way of getting your angry birds fix. a nice feature is that it includes all the games you can usually download from the app store. The controls are fine, using the analog stick and the x button to shoot. However for what it is, the graphics are the same as the ipad, its just "bigger" because its on your tv. Also its pricy, way too much.
Sure they're great games, but probably too expensive for the average consumer,
Mike London "MAC", amazon.co.uk
1 December 2012
Summary: There's a reason why "Angry Birds" is the most popular mobile game app in the world - the gameplay is simple, streamlined, fun, and is perfectly suited for short bursts of gaming while doing other things in life - such as waiting at a doctor's office, getting your oil changed, etc. And best yet, each game is only $.99 cents. One of the benefits of publishing for a console vs mobile apps is the price point - you get to charge more for your product.