“We are really excited to be working with Prodigy,” says John Lee, vice president of merchandising for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
“We have so much talent in the game development community.
They are making this very exciting game and we’re really excited about what’s happening there.”
Prodigy has been released in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
In North America, the game is available on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and Steam.
“Our goal was to make it as authentic as possible for people to play it, and we really wanted to do it on console,” says Lee.
“So we have a really great team and we’ve got the technical resources and we’ll get to the end.”
In Europe, the Prodigy game is released for Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Network and is also available on Steam.
For North America and Europe, Prodigy is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows 10.
“It’s a really exciting time to be in the entertainment business,” says Prodigy developer, James M. Fox.
“You’ve got a game that has been designed by a bunch of kids and that’s really important to them, and I think it’s important to us that the game looks and feels like the game.
We think that’s the best way to do that.”
Lee says that Warner Bros., Sony, and Microsoft have all been supportive.
“I can’t speak for Warner, but we’re very happy that Sony and Microsoft are very supportive of the game,” he says.
“They’re big fans of our games.
We’re very grateful to them for supporting us.”