Following last year's Kingdoms of Amalur financial disaster that resulted in the closure of both Curt Schilling's 38 Studios and Maryland's Big Huge Games, Epic Games swooped in and rescued a group of Big Huge refugees, forming Epic Baltimore, eventually renamed Impossible Studios. Today Epic founder Tim Sweeney…
Today Epic Games announced the opening of some video game studio in Maryland that has a freaking bear with wings and a unicorn horn for its logo. It's working on Infinity Blade: Dungeons or something. Bear. With wings. And a horn.
Developer Epic Games revealed the next game in its mobile Infinity Blade series today at the Apple iPad press conference.