Bee Movie Game Ships, Launch Trailer and Behind the Scenes Video Released

Activision has today announced that Bee Movie Game, based on the DreamWorks Animation CG film of the same name, has shipped and is now available at retailers nationwide for the Xbox 360 ($49.99), Wii ($49.99), DS ($29.99), PS2 ($39.99) and PC ($19.99). To celebrate, Activision has also released the game’s official launch trailer and a behind the scenes video featuring lead voice actors Jerry Seinfeld, Patrick Warburton and John Goodman and the movie’s director Simon Smith discussing their characters and sharing their thoughts on the game.

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On a related DreamWorks game side note, Activision has shipped Shrek: Ogres and Dronkeys today as well. The new Shrek title is available exclusively for the DS for $29.99.

“This fall, we have again creatively collaborated with DreamWorks Animation to create not one, but two, all-new movie-inspired video game adventures that take fans beyond the feature films,” said Kim Salzer, Vice President of Global Brand Management, Activision Publishing. “Both Bee Movie Game and Shrek: Ogres and Dronkeys are prime examples of our continued commitment to developing exceptional family entertainment games based on the terrific film properties from DreamWorks Animation.”

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