Shadow Complex Remastered—the updated version of Chair Entertainment’s 2009 action-exploration game— hits the PS4, Steam and Windows on May 3.
The makers of hit iOS game Infinity Blade II say this is what their game looks like when it runs on the new iPad. We asked for a direct comparison shot, but they had none to offer. If you can render one from the same scene, off of an iPad or iPad 2, share it below. Thanks! (Click the bottom right corner of the image…
I haven't had a chance to check out Infinity Blade II yet, but I loved the first and Totilo seems to like the second, so I'm probably going to take the plunge over the holidays. Fortunately, ChAIR entertainment has my back with this handy-dandy guide to slicing face in the game.
Infinity Blade II, the big sequel to one of the most acclaimed games on the iPhone and iPad will cost $6.99 when it is released on December 1, according to the game's creators.
A blockbuster hit in the iTunes App Store, Epic Games' Infinity Blade has grown too big to be contained by a handheld device, so Adrenalin Amusements has transformed it into a full-sized arcade game.
One of our favorite iPhone and iPad games is getting a sequel on December 1. Make way for Infinity Blade 2, from series creators Chair Entertainment and Epic Games. We expect more more levels, more weapons and... well, we'll have more on Infinity Blade 2 very soon.
Epic Games' handsome iPhone and iPad hit Infinity Blade adds its promised multiplayer side this Thursday, May 19 with the Infinity Blade: Arena update. And if you like kooky hats in your multiplayer games, this update is for you too!
With just two days until Kotaku's Japan Earthquake Relief fundraiser, two more companies have sent us silent auction items.
Computer, console, phone, tablet: The more devices that can play games the better for gamers.
Chair Entertainment spices up sexy iPhone swordfest Infinity Blade with The Deathless Kings, a free update that brings the quest for medieval combat dominance into the darkest dungeon depths, along with a discount to lure new players to their doom.
We were prepared for tomorrow's free update to iPhone/iPad/iTouch hit Infinity Blade. New armor, new helmets, new level cap. And what's this? Cash for gold?
Shadow Complex creator Chair Entertainment brings its Unreal Engine powered action game Infinity Blade (formerly "Project Sword") to a finite number of iOS device on December 9th, bringing very pretty sword fighting games to iPads and iPods everywhere.
This launch trailer gives you a good look at Infinity Blade, the role-playing game for iPhone 4 (and iPad and iPod Touch) being built by Chair Entertainment and Epic Games, whose Unreal Engine makes the whole thing go.
Donald Mustard, creative director of Chair Entertainment (Shadow Complex), sees a bright future for gaming on a mobile phone. One so bright that in 2-5 years we'll be playing Gears of Wars on something that fits in our pockets.
If you missed yesterday's Apple event, you may have also missed Gears of War and Unreal Engine developer Epic Games showing off its new first-person slasher for the iPhone and iPod touch, Project Sword. You shouldn't miss it this time.
Chair Entertainment may approve of players sequence-breaking Shadow Complex, but it does not condone cheaters who "compromise our game." Microsoft's Xbox Live team will be going after dishonest Shadow Complex players, banning them from leaderboards and deleting their Gamerscores.
Chair Entertainment's Shadow Complex is officially the most downloaded single-player title in Xbox Live Arcade history, with 200,000 copies purchased during its first week of release alone.