Previously titled Project Sword, Epic Games and Chair Entertainment announce their new action rpg title Infinity Blade.
Ive played the tech demo on my iphone 4, absolutely blown away, if you or know anybody who has a iphone 4, download the demo NAO!
I think it looks incredible! Can't wait to try it out :D
Epic games would develop their stuff for Android, too. Android has proven on more than a few occasions that 3D gaming *can* be taken seriously on the platform. Just the other day I downloaded Quake 3 to my Galaxy S handset... 60fps game play!
You make a good point. It certainly would be nice to see this, or at least something similar, on the Android as well. You never know, maybe if this is a huge hit, they will port it. :)
They're not even developing for the older model Apple "i" devices. Only iPhone 4 and 4th Gen iPod Touch. I can see how this could suck to people. Especially when Rage will be spread across all the Apple devices, even the 1st gen iphone(I'm almost certain, but could be wrong.)
Considering the galaxy s is even more powerful than the iPad its a no brainer....
Bloatware still plagues the platform by providers, though. Will be quite an issue, especially for games trying to utilize the phones full potential.
oh man... i think im about to head out and make a reservation haha. **Now If I can only find a way to reserve an iPhone game lol**
a phone game? you gotta be shitting me
I was thinking the same thing, but I mean... it uses the Unreal Engine 3... Maybe phone games have become more than we make them out to be.
touch screen controls are lame and so is Apple.
It's freaking gorgeous.
Epic games said, lets skip a couple PSP generations with this one. It looks that good.
Bring that sheet to the XBLA and PSN!!!!! I 8> Epic!
So I guess that means no Shadow Complex 2, at least not for awhile *sigh*
Yeah maybe :/
Im going to hope they are working on shadow complex 2 as well. I loved that game. I hope it will be in 2011 summer of arcade.
evo pwns iphone 4.....just saying....
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