EA gives Wii a six-pack
Half a dozen games in development for Nintendo's new console; new games include installments of Harry Potter, SSX, Godfather, Tiger Woods.
The innovative Wii has clearly caught the eye of the world's biggest entertainment software company. Today, Electronic Arts announced that it has six games in development for Nintendo's upcoming console.
In addition to the previously announced Madden NFL 07 and Need for Speed Carbon, gamers can expect to wave the magic Wii-wand to the tune of a new Harry Potter game. Nintendo's Wii Sports won't be the only place to play 18 on the Wii--a Tiger Woods PGA Tour game for the console is also in the works. The Wii will also hit the slopes with SSX, and in what can be considered another sign that the new console isn't just a machine for kids, the street thugs of The Godfather are headed to Wii-town.
But that won't be all. In a statement today, the company says that even more Wii games that are currently in development will be announced in the coming months.
"Once we started to experiment with Madden on Wii, there was an explosion of innovation. Everyone in the studio is energized by the creative opportunity afforded by both the hardware and controller," said EA senior vice president John Schappert.
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