Okay, this is video game news, not a video game review. Sue me!
1) EA TO DELIVER TRIVIAL PURSUIT ACROSS Pogo.com, Console and Mobile Platforms
Redwood City, Calif. – September 24, 2008 – Gather up your pies and wedges,round up friends and family and join in the fun with the Casual Entertainment
Label of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) as it celebrates the 25th year of
Trivial Pursuit by offering new ways and places to play one of America’s
favorite board games. TRIVIAL PURSUIT will be released on multiple digital
platforms including online at Pogo.com™, across several consoles and on mobile phones.
2) WORLD’S FIRST TRUE VIDEO GAME MARKET LAUNCHED
Thousands Of Gamers Build The Best Way To Trade Video Games
PlaySwitch.com is now accessible to all gamer types, whether they want to
spend hours or only seconds on the site per week. The custom created
gameMarket allows gamers to instantly purchase or sell pre-owned and new games
for the prices they decide, with a unique system never seen before. All
users of http://www.playswitch.com/are able to see real-time price updates as the gameMarket fluctuates and all transactions are backed by the 100% playSwitch.com Guarantee for user protection. PlaySwitch.com has truly evolved into exactly what the gaming community wants and very much needs.
3) COMPEDIA AND LAZYTOWN TEAM UP TO DEVELOP TWO INTERACTIVE GAMES
New PC Games to Hit Shelves Spring 2009
New York, NY, USA (August 18, 2008) – Compedia, an industry leader in the
international edutainment games market, today announces its partnership with
LazyTown, a leading entertainment media company. Through the deal, Compedia will develop and launch worldwide two new educational based LazyTown CD-ROM.
Created originally as a book property, LazyTown has since been
nurtured into a household name worldwide, with business including publishing,
home entertainment, music, live theatrical shows and a radio station. LazyTown,
the television series, is aired in 118 territories worldwide including Nick Jr.,
YTV, CBeebies, RTP2, ABC1, Super RTL, and Televisa.
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