Thursday 2 nd June 2011: Ahead of E3 in Los Angeles next week, Nordic Games Publishing has unveiled its plans for the We Sing range of games and for a brand new office in the US.
Key announcements being made at E3 include:
- <*>The establishment of a brand new Nordic Games US office*> <*>Three new We Sing games for the US audience – We Sing America, We Sing UK Hits, and We Sing Pop!*> <*> Four new We Sing games including three for PAL territories– We Sing UK Hits, We Sing Rock! and We Sing Pop!– as well as the aforementioned We Sing America*> <*>Jungle Kartz: a new racing game for Wii, aimed at the younger gamer in both PAL and US territories*>
“E3 2011 is one of the most exciting and significant E3s in Nordic Games’ history,” said Pelle Lundborg, managing director, Nordic Games.“A new office in America and four new We Sing games, along with additions to our racing portfolio signals a clear message to the market.”
More information will be announced next week please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any enquiries or to make an appointment. Nordic Games are located in the Concourse Hall, Room 8005 at E3.
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About Nordic Games Publishing AB
Nordic Games Publishing is the wholly owned publishing arm of Nordic Games Holdings AB. Formed in 2008, Nordic Games Publishing launched its first titles on PS2 and Wii in April 2009 and now successfully sells and markets its games in over 20 countries.
Its We Sing range of games for Wii first went on sale during November 2009 and, since launch, have reached genre-leading status, while remaining the only singing games to support four microphones. There are currently six titles in the series– We Sing, We Sing Encore, We Sing Vol2 and We Sing Robbie Williams, along with the recently released fully localised titles We Sing Down Under and We Sing Deutsche Hits. Exciting additions to the range will be announced during 2011, further consolidating We Sing as the leading and most successful singing game brand on Wii.
Nordic Games recently announced the first extension to its‘We’ range of games We Dance. Supporting four dancers at any one time it features 40 tracks across four decades and a variety of genres.
Nordic Games also continues to enjoy commercial success with two multiformat releases under the Dance Party banner and the publisher has nine racing games currently in the market. Nordic Games welcomes fun, engaging and original game concepts and is always seeking to engage the best development talent. For more information please visit: www.nordicgames.se.