Alvin and the Chipmunks invading consoles?

By Spencer . June 27, 2007 . 2:12pm

alvin.jpgIt might seem like it’s late for Warner Brothers to release an Alvin and the Chipmunks video game since the three high-pitched, singing rodents fell from stardom. However, EB Games has listings up for a Nintendo DS, Wii, Playstation 2 and PC versions of an Alvin and the Chipmunks game in their database. This game probably isn’t going to be based on the 1980’s cartoon, it’s more likely to use the upcoming holiday Alvin and the Chipmunks movie as its source material.

 

There are no details about what kind of game it’s going to be either, but I shudder at the thought of this being a karaoke game with songs from “Let’s All Sing With the Chipmunks”.


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  • JeremyR

    I would imagine that every major kids movie for the next few years would have a licensed game on the DS, Wii and PS2 (at least)

  • the_importer

    God, what’s with this trend to revive the 80′?

    Transformers
    He-Man
    G.I. Joe
    TMNT

  • http://thegamespoilers.com Louise

    Forget Alvin and the Chipmunks, what about new Chip N’ Dale games? The old ones on the PC and NES were great. Especially when you have someone else playing with you.

  • the_importer

    Forget Alvin and the Chipmunks, what about new Chip N’ Dale games? The old ones on the PC and NES were great. Especially when you have someone else playing with you.

    You know the drill, they need to either make a movie or bring back new episodes on TV. License games only exist in order to cash on a hype.

  • Aoshi00

    Yeah, I remember the Chip ‘n Dale game it was great (was it on SNES?). I even loved the cartoon back then, just cant get enough of those chipmunk voices :)

  • Veilknight

    For me, if there were ever talks of a future Chip ‘n Dale game, I’d only get excited depending on who gets development rights for the title. Capcom would be most preferable, as they developed the original NES version, but that seems pretty unlikely at this point with all their other games in production.

    Otherwise, a Virtual Console port of Chip ‘n Dale on the Wii is enough to satisfy my needs. I’d rather spend $5.00 on a classic than $49.99 on a product that could potentially turn out for the worst.

  • http://alvinandthechipmuncks alejandra

    hay wuts up i totaly love yourb move it was so awsome so please type back love yal

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