uDraw goes multiplatform

THQ has confirmed that it is to release Xbox 360 and PS3 compatible versions of its uDraw device.

uDraw, which until now has only been available for the Nintendo Wii, has now sold a total of 1.7m units worldwide.

The uDraw tablet has been a great success for THQ, selling 1.2m units as of THQ’s last finical quarter. The device was a finalist in the New Game Brand category at last month’s MCV Industry Excellence Awards.

"We continued to grow the uDraw franchise with the successful international debut of this compelling new tablet," CEO and president Brian Farrell said of the news.

"Today, I am pleased to announce that we plan to bring exclusively designed uDraw GameTablets to Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 platforms this holiday."

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