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Infinity Blade drops price to $2.99


1:15 PM on 08.04.2011
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The Epic/ChAIR slash 'em up Infinity Blade has had a generous turn today, dropping its price to $2.99 for no discernible reason. There's usually a temporary cut following a major update, but today it's cheap for the fun of it. 

If you haven't picked up the game yet, I strongly suggest you do it today, as there's more than enough content to justify a three dollar investment. As well as the main game, in which you duel enemies in a bid to crush the God King, the game features online play, a challenge mode, and extra content that has been offered since launch. 

So yeah, you should go play it, because it is good. Screw the haters.

Chair's Unreal Engine-powered iPhone cut-'em-up Infinity Blade slashed to £1.99/$2.99 for... no apparent reason [Pocket Gamer]








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