Parents' Guide to

Angry Birds Trilogy

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Puzzle compilation for consoles is fun but too pricey.

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There's little denying this is a fun game. Rovio knows how to make clever puzzles that appeal to our urge to strategize while at the same time satisfying our primal interest in smashing stuff. And the game's controls translate quite well to a traditional controller, affording accurate aiming and speedy menu selections.

However, it's also a case of overkill -- not to mention over-pricing. Do people really need to play a game meant for a 4-inch screen on a 50-inch (or bigger) home theatre system? And do they really need to pay $40 for the privilege? (Keep in mind that you likely purchased all of these games for a pittance for your phone or tablet.) There's little wrong with Angry Birds Trilogy from a technical perspective, but it would have been better delivered as a $5 or $10 downloadable game rather than a $40 boxed title. Wait for the bargain bins.

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