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Smartphone classic Angry Birds makes its way onto VR

Another mobile classic has made its way onto the virtual reality platform. This time it's Angry Birds. The new VR adventure sends you to the Isle of Pigs.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

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