Family games dev Little Orbit confirms three titles for E3

2:55 PM, May 23, 2013   |    comments
Video game 'Young Justice: Legacy' is licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and based on the acclaimed Cartoon Network animated series inspired by DC Comics characters.
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Video game developer Little Orbit announced its highly-anticipated title lineup for the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2013.  The company will debut new titles based on two of Mattel's toy brands: Monster High and Barbie.  A game based on the Cartoon Network animated show Young Justice will also be shown.

In Monster High 13 Wishes The Official Game, players will be whisked away on a "voltageous" adventure in.  Playing as their favorite freaky-fab ghouls, players will jump, climb, and swing through multiple magical levels to save Monster High and their ghoulfriends.  This new video game will be available for the Nintendo Wii U, Wii, 3DS, and DS this holiday season. 

Gamers can also join Barbie and her friends in Barbie DreamhouseParty.  The game takes Barbie fans behind pink doors into the fantastic world of the Dreamhouse.  Based on the Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse web series, dolls everywhere will get a chance to explore the Dreamhouse and play mini games.   The game will be available for the Nintendo Wii U, Wii, 3DS, and DS and make its debut this holiday season. 

Young Justice: Legacy is licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and based on the acclaimed Cartoon Network animated series inspired by DC Comics characters.  Players of this action-RPG game will find that it bridges the show's first and second seasons.  It will launch on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii U this fall. 

"We are thrilled to showcase our exciting lineup of games at this year's E3," said Matt Scott, president of Little Orbit.  "We are building on our momentum of last year's popular titles by expanding our successful partnerships, and as Little Orbit continues to grow, we are committed to bringing kids the best video game experiences available."

Little Orbit formed in January 2010 as focuses on licensed-based entertainment products.

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