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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:52pm 30/11/10 | 2 Comments
The recently revealed Infinity Blade for iPhone/iPad/iPod (which was previously a tech demo), will be releasing on the App Store December 9th (globally), for US$5.99 (probably the same here), according to Epic Games.

Infinity Blade, developed by Chair (Shadow Complex), will only run on the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad, iPod Touch 3 and iPod Touch 4 and uses Unreal Engine 3 on Apple's iOS, and looks pretty bloody good, if we do say so ourselves. But don't take our word for it, click the images below for a more detailed look.

I wonder if this is the game that will finally pull me away from Game Dev Story.

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Posted 02:02pm 30/11/10
That looks cooooooooooooool.
Posted 02:05pm 30/11/10
Any in-game footage?
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