Inside Infinity Blade II Story
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- Nov 14, 2011
Chair gives some background on the story in their follow-up to one of the most popular iOS games.
@SicSlaver Not really, many android devices are more expensive than the iPhone 4s. Also there are no comparable mp3 players (the zune hd was cool but it died)
@spindie well its not better graphically than any pc or console game...it sure is way better than any game on portable devices but try to put battlefield or the witcher 2 on an iphone.it just doesnt have that processing power yet.nvidia has announced quadcores for phones I gess in 2012 technology is evolving in phones but also in console and pcs the new generation is coming and mobile devices the max they will do graphically is pick up this generation..thats just my opinion but sure infinity blade 2 looks amazing
@redeka I think spindle's vision could be reality within the next 10-15 years..we were still in the 16-bit, 32-bit era 15 years ago. Its not crazy.
@Spindie: Sure, the games are getting prettier, but the gameplay is not even coming close to console quality. While your envision of the future seems really awesome, I don't see it happening "soon".
Its good to see iphone games getting recognition as real video games. This game is alot better graphically than any game ive ever played on pc or console. I am terribly sorry to see that so many people can not appreciate the amazing pace in advancement of technology. I know it is very difficult for most of you to understand that an iphone is 1/1000th the size of a desktop computer (not including monitor, mouse, keyboard, speakers, mess of wires, etc...) Yet these devices are capable of rendering intense graphics just as good (or even better in some cases) than a desktop or gaming console. When you hold one of these devices in your hand it feels like your holding a feather. Is there no pleasing you people? Soon you will be able to walk into a room, connect your phone via hdmi to a 55inch HDTV, load up a ps3 game. Then 4 of your friends will turn on their ps3 controllers and connect to the phone via bluetooth and start playing. So please stop bashing technology that should not even exist yet. And appreciate it for a change. We need to support these genius's that keep making technology smaller and more efficient. So please stop bashing
As pretty as it looks and as fun as it was, Infinity Blade couldn't get me to see past it's mini-game gameplay...
will buy it with ipad3 lol.. so will just wait and play it on iPhone 4 till iPad 3 come out ^^ and yes i like it when he said (poor little man lolz)
"One of the new things we see in gaming right now is the idea that a game can be a completely immersive experience" (!!!) Sounds like they are trying to introduce hard core gaming to the casuals. I like the way they are trying to sell this form of story telling to people for whom this is a new thing. Hope things go that way. I actually think they will.
Hope these games end up on PSN, a few other good iOS games have, Dungeon Hunter Alliance, Zenodia and Undead Awakening all came that route.
So far, I like this series. It's just plain fun. I've played console games with less forethought from the developers than this. Looking forward to it.