EA to bring The Sims 2 to airlines worldwide

Posted on Monday, Sep 25 2006 @ 06:09 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Electronic Arts and DTI Software, a provider of in-flight entertainment, announced a partnership to bring The Sims 2 and titles from Pogo.com to airlines worldwide.
EA could not provide any details about what The Sims 2 on a plane would be like, but a representative confirmed for us that it would be controlled as most in-flight games are: passengers will use the remote control attached to their arm rest and view the game on the screen attached to the back of the seat in front of them.

Exactly which airlines will feature EA's games as entertainment hasn't been finalized, but DTI has partnerships with 62 airlines.
More info at IGN.


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