The first console-specific downloadable platform to be graced by Rovio Mobile's popular physics-based puzzler Angry Birds is… PlayStation Minis? Weird.
In this week's PS Blog "The Drop" column for Jan. 3, Angry Birds was surprisingly announced for an imminent release on PS3 and PSP Minis. It hit yesterday afternoon for $3.99--about three bucks more than the iOS version, and $3.99 more than it is on Android (where Angry Birds is free, but ad-supported). This particular version of the game is essentially the same one you played before the most recent "Mighty Eagle" update, which added several new levels and the paid DLC bird. Overall, you're getting around 200 levels with this Minis version, which seems fair.
I should note here that playing Angry Birds on your PS3 will probably only want to make you switch back to the iOS versions, which look much, much cleaner and run a tad smoother as well. Despite the more powerful hardware of the PS3 (my PSP is... somewhere), I've experienced general sluggishness with the UI and the delivery of birds. Plus, it's just odd to crank back a cardinal and let it rip with an analog stick, if you're used to the original touch interface.
Angry Birds is still slated for an Xbox Live and Wii release, though it's unknown when either version will hit, or what they'll actually have in terms of content.