One of the highest rated iPod/iPad games on iTunes, Angry Birds
, is looking to fly its way onto the console scene with some new features and plans to come. Though no release date, or price, was announced, it is known that Angry Birds will be coming to XBLA, but what is interesting is the addition to multiplayer. This multiplayer has been compared to old school worms, which is not a bad compliment at all.
All this news came from the Social Gaming Summit in London, and along with this new Angry Birds announcement, more questions were asked about where the game would go. All Rovio CEO, Peter Vesterbacka, could hint at was that we possibly would be seeing the game in the angry pigs' perspective.