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Epic Games releases Infinity Blade

Epic Games has released its anticipated game Infinity Blade. Developed exclusively for the iOS platform, Infinity Blade is a 3D first-person RPG shooter powered by Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 technology. Players take on the role of a knight on a quest to free the realm from an evil immortal God King and save civilization by journeying to the Dark Citadel and battling the God King’s Titans. The game provides a dynamic single-player campaign with extensive character customization of weapons, armor and magic items and advanced character progression through levelling up and increasing attack, health, shield and magic skills over the course of the game. Players navigate using intuitive tap-to-move controls to search and explore the castle realm and engage in combat moves using simple swipe gestures. The initial release of Infinity Blade provides Game Center achievements and leaderboards with a single-player campaign only; multiplayer features are planned for a future update. Infinity Blade is a universal app and is compatible with the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, third- and fourth-generation iPod touch and the iPad and requires iOS 3.2 or later. It is available from the App Store for $6.

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The game is ok, I downloaded it last night. As far as graphics the gamenis top notch, hopefully a sign of things to come. As far as a game, it’s just ok the controls are ok for the type of game. But there’s no dialogue and the fact that we can’t explore and confront our enemies by chance. Is justnlike playing another RageHD. These games are entertaining but not real contenders to fight the big houses like Sony and nintendo.

Posted by estudioG in Toronto on December 10, 2010 at 1:58 AM (CST)


This game is amazing. Estudio doesn’t know what he is talking about.

The way this game works is that you don’t “free roam” around. Its all interactive cutscenes that are graphically INCREDIBLE (The iPhone 4 has a better graphics chip than the Wii, Original Xbox, and PS2). There are no pawns or little guys to beat up on the way to the boss, instead, this game is just a series of bosses. Boss after boss after boss.  Epic Games knocked it out of the park.

Posted by estudioWrong in Toronto on December 13, 2010 at 2:18 AM (CST)

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