You either love Angry Birds or you hate Angry Birds. There is very little room for maneuver between the two extremes of emotion. I happen to love it, and play it incessantly. Because casual gaming on the go is better than no gaming on the go.
I play Angry Birds because I don’t own a 3DS or PS Vita (yet). But if I did own one of these awesome new handheld consoles would Angry Birds be the game I’d want to play on it? Probably not.
Still, Rovio, the developers behind Angry Birds, want to see their baby on every screen no matter what the device. The full back catalog is definitely on its way to the Nintendo 3DS, and possibly to the PS Vita as well.
Rovio’s chief of marketing Peter Vesterbacka recently told Joystiq:
“The Vita we haven’t decided what to do about yet, but of course we want to be on all the screens, so let’s see how the Vita does in the market. Of course, always when working with these console guys it’s not that we can decide, it’s really if Sony wants to have Angry Birds on Vita. It’s more up to them than to us.”
I don’t see why Sony wouldn’t want Angry Birds on the PS Vita. Especially in these early days when known titles are fairly thin on the ground. I guess the question is how much would you pay for it? If anything.