In case you weren’t feeling loved enough during Valentine’s Day, ChAIR Entertainment has decided to pass out some virtual hugs and kisses in the form of a free copy of Infinity Blade for iOS. Just remember that, in this game, “hugs and kisses” are more like “stabs and bludgeonings.”
If you wanted to play a high-quality game like Diablo on a mobile device, you're fresh out of luck...well, not quite. Epic Games' upcoming hack-and-slash RPG, Infinity Blade: Dungeons has moved away from the standard one-on-one fighting mechanics and has evolved into a full-fledged dungeon crawler.
Infinity Blade: Dungeons is the third game in the popular iOS franchise and will see players experiencing the world of Infinity Blade seven thousand years prior to the events of the first game.
Coming off the recent news that Infinity Blade is turning profits for Epic Game Studios, the company also made public their position on the Stop Online Piracy Act: they're not for it. That's some good news for fans of all things Epic...and free speech.
While $30 million is apparently chump change for publishers, it marks a milestone for the Salt Lake City-based studio Chair and their parent company Epic Games. The massive lump sum of money has been accumulated in just under a year for their highly praised iOS franchise, Infinity Blade.
Chair and Epic Games have unveiled the debut trailer for the iOS action-RPG, Infinity Blade, and it’s about as impressive as any home console game…really.