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Epic demonstrates  Infinity Blade: Dungeons  on new iPad

Epic demonstrates Infinity Blade: Dungeons on new iPad

March 7, 2012 | By Eric Caoili




Newsbrief: At Apple's iPad press event Wednesday morning, Epic Games president Mike Capps debuted Infinity Blade: Dungeons, the next title from its popular iOS action RPG series, with Diablo-style gameplay, releasing soon.

The Unreal Engine 3-powered game will release for other iOS devices, too, but it was presented as a showpiece for Apple's new iPad tablet, taking advantage of its new high-resolution Retina display and quad-core graphics chip.

Epic's Infinity Blade series, developed by subsidiary Chair Entertainment, has generated more than $30 million in profit for the company since its first release for iPhones on December 2010.

Namco Bandai was also at the event to show off Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy, a new editions of its iOS Ace Combat-esque franchise, on the new iPad.


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