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Infinity Blade


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Infinity Blade

Enough said: Infinity Blade is free right now

Those who missed out on picking up Infinity Blade over these past few years are in for a treat, as Epic Games and Chair Entertainment have dropped the price from $5.99 down to a very welcome "free." No strings attached. Having only gotten a...

 
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Infinity Blade is Epic's most profitable game

Most readers will associate Epic Games almost exclusively with Gears of War these days, but Cliffy B's muscular man fantasy is not the company's prime breadwinner. Those who know about pulling power of mobile gaming (or just read our headli...

 
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Infinity Blade heading to arcades

The success of Infinity Blade knows no bounds, with news that it will be joining Fruit Ninja and Flight Control as the next iOS game to hit a big screen. A 46-inch arcade screen, to be exact.  Infinity Blade FX will come to a Dave &...

 
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Infinity Blade updated with new gears, enemy, sequel hook

Infinity Blade II has been announced for December 1, but that doesn't mean ChAIR has forgotten about the original. A brand new update hit the game today, bringing with it the usual litany of new weapons, rings, helmets and shields.  Al...

 
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Infinity Blade drops price to $2.99

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.&nbs...

 
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Infinity Blade God King shirts hit Hot Topic

If you asked me to name a clothing line based on a game, it would be several days before my brain even thought of Infinity Blade. Nevertheless, the game is big enough to catch the eye of Hot Topic, and now there's a T-shirt available of the...

 
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Review: Infinity Blade

Earlier this year, when Epic Games revealed Epic Citadel -- a tech demo for its Unreal Engine running on Apple’s mobile iOS -- heads turned. It was a technically impressive piece of software, demonstrating some truly incredible visual...

 

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