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Monday, 07 March 2011 10:42

Infinity Blade was hugely successful

Written by David Stellmack
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More successful than Shadow Complex
Mark Rein from Epic Games says that the iOS release of Infinity Blade was hugely successful and even outsold Shadow Complex on Xbox Live Arcade.

While our sources claim that Shadow Complex sold north of half a million, this speaks well for Infinity Blade and the potential of iOS releases. What is perhaps more surprising is that Infinity Blade was able to achieve these numbers far quicker, as Shadow Complex was released back in August of 2009.

Both titles were developed by Chair Entertainment in conjunction with Epic Games. While there is no word yet of a next title from Chair, it is quite possible that based on the sales of Infinity Blade another iOS release could be in the works, according to our sources.


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+2 #1 gsacks 2011-03-07 20:09
Infinity Blade was fun, even though it was really just a very short game played over and over and over and over and over...The next iteration will need to have some more depth. The 'ooh, aah' effect has worn off.
 

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