47 Ronin is the kind of film that motion picture executives are sure is going to resonate with the gaming crowd, which is why you'll find ads for it everywhere from VGX world premiere game announcements to the new 47 Ronin Clash Mob event in Infinity Blade III.
The hero of the Infinity Blade series never really dies. Each time he falls he is reborn, accruing skill and power until he's an unstoppable force. The same could be said for the series itself.
As a more casual Harry Potter enthusiast, the best moment in the entire movie series was The Tale of the Three Brothers, an animated aside from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. Chair creative director Donald Mustard liked it as well, so he hired the animation company that made it to summarize the series…
Well now here's a trailer for VOTE!!!, a game made by the people who made Infinity Blade, that beautiful brawling game for iPad.
Along with Epic's announcement of Chair's upcoming iOS sequel Infinity Blade 2 came the reveal that novelist Brandon Sanderson has published a novel based on the world of Infinity Blade. Epic was kind enough to send along a lengthy excerpt from the book—I've taken the prologue and reprinted it here. Several additional…
So much for Infinity Blade being the go-to game for chest-beating hardcore gamers on iPhone and iPad. Infinity Blade 2, coming December 1, looks like it's going to trump it. As a sequel should, right?
Man, I still don't quite know what it was about Shadow Complex. I loved that game so much. So when Cliff Bleszinski told me that its sequel has already been designed, it just about made my day.
I'm a big fan of swordplay iPhone and iPad game Infinity Blade, but despite the hours I've spent playing the game I didn't know everything presented in this little developer guide to the title.
Infinity Blade is easily the best-looking game on the iPhone. Originally, though, it would have just been average-looking, as it wasn't destined for Apple's handheld at all.
In 2008, Shadow Complex developers Chair revealed they were working on an Ender's Game title. People got upset. It's OK, people. Relax. The game's been canned.
I'm a big fan of Infinity Blade's amazing graphics and interesting take on iPhone gaming. So it's great to hear that the first update for the $6 game is expected to hit next week.
Gaming on the iPhone has now perhaps its greatest champion, a sword and magic fighter created by the team behind Gears of War.
Utah-based Chair Entertainment Group, developers of Xbox Live Arcade title Undertow, have been acquired by Epic Games, the companies announced today. Through the agreement, Chair becomes a wholly-owned subsidiary of Epic, keeping the Chair name while developing Unreal Engine titles.