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Nintendo Life (Oct 06, 2012)
Perhaps you've never played Angry Birds before and are curious what all the fuss and t-shirts are about. Maybe you're a super fan and want a physical object of your desire. Or you might be a parent that just wants your device back from your child. Regardless, Angry Birds Trilogy makes a compelling case with its addictive gameplay and low barrier of entry, although cheap compulsion shenanigans ultimately prove more to be of a downer than presumably intended. While this may not be the best option to play one of gaming's most visible titles — we won't hold our breath for free updates any time, ever — it is still a very good way to experience Finland's biggest cultural export since the Moomins.
GamingXP (Sep 08, 2012)
„Angry Birds Trilogy“ bringt das zeitlose, süchtig machende Spielkonzept erfolgreich auf Nintendos Handheld. Es werden sehr viele Levels geboten und die wenigen zusätzlichen Inhalte sind durchaus nett. Dennoch ist es schade, dass es sich nicht um eine vollständige Kollektion handelt, da sich diese drei Teile nur geringfügig voneinander unterscheiden. Wer nur den 3DS als Spieleplattform nutzt, sollte definitiv reinschauen, alle anderen können sich mit den kostenlosen Versionen bei Google Play, Facebook etc. zufrieden geben.
70 (Sep 30, 2012)
„Angry Birds Trilogy“ für den Nintendo 3DS ist ein unterhaltsames, teils süchtig machendes Spiel, das mit Witz und seinem ganz eigenen Charme zu überzeugen weiß. Trotzdem stellt sich die Frage der Verhältnismäßigkeit von Preis (ca. 30€) und Leistung, bekommt man doch das ganze Paket und mehr wesentlich billiger via iOS und Co. Leute, die jedoch eben jene Geräte nicht besitzen, können bedenkenlos zugreifen und den Schweinen zeigen, wo der Vogel hängt.
IGN (Oct 06, 2012)
Each version of Angry Birds Trilogy offers enough extras and enhancements to the base experience that it's certainly reasonable to call Angry Birds Trilogy the definitive edition for Rovio's million-selling titles. But the fact remains that these same games have already sold those millions. No matter how pretty they are on the big screen or how the presentation is re-packaged, it's still re-packaged. And for much, much more money than before.
ZTGameDomain (Oct 18, 2012)
The bottom line here is this: if you love the series, you have likely already played it. If you don’t own a smartphone, and have never experienced Angry Birds, this collection will fit the bill. The sheer amount of content and quality in the package is undeniable.
NintendoWorldReport (Oct 12, 2012)
Angry Birds Trilogy is only a decent port of a game that has become a well known commodity. While this version of Angry Birds is virtually unchanged from its free iOS/Android equivalents, if you are a huge fan of Angry Birds, a 3DS rendition may be just what you want. The game is packed with content, and will leave you with plenty to do for many hours.
Une dernière question se pose, celle du prix. Lorsque l’on sait que les trois jeux peuvent être achetés pour une poignée d’euros sur iPhone et iPad - et qu’ils peuvent être téléchargés gratuitement sur Android -, un investissement de 30 euros peut-il se justifier ? Si l’on analyse objectivement la qualité des jeux inclus dans cette compilation, la durée de vie de l’ensemble et la présence d’un support physique (la chose a un coût de fabrication et de distribution, ne l’oublions pas), dans ce cas la réponse est positive. A condition de ne pas posséder de support mobile de type iOS, Android, Windows Phone ou même BlackBerry... Existe-t-il encore une personne dans ce cas ?
The Video Game Critic (Oct 16, 2012)
However, the game isn't addictive enough to hold your interest for more than a few minutes at a time. Angry Birds is a decent video game, but Activision butchered the best part of the game: the instant gratification.
GameZone (Jan 01, 2012)
Unfortunately, Angry Birds Trilogy just lacks the same kind of appeal as its console brethren. The controls are good and there are tons of levels to get through, but the visual set-up is distracting, the menu system is more of a chore than it needs to be, and the lack of extras – mainly Angry Birds Space – is disappointing. If you really need to take this on the go, your best bet is to snag an iPad or Android version. It's cheaper and, hey, you don't have to go through the run-around.
gamrReview (Oct 12, 2012)
The more I played Angry Birds Trilogy on my Nintendo 3DS the more I realised that these games are better for free and on my mobile device. Using your finger for a quick swipe is much better than the 3DS’ separate touch screen or, god forbid, the Circle Pad. When these games were free they demanded the smallest amount of your time; just a few minutes at most. That’s now how long it takes to just go through the menu with the 3DS version. So do yourself and your wallet a favour, keep playing Angry Birds all you want on your mobile device but keep them out of your 3DS.