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Game review: 'Infinity Dragon III' worthy successor to hit iPhone games

Published September 30, 2013 2:31 pm
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Grade • A-

Video Game • South Jordan video-game developer Chair Entertainment certainly knows how to take advantage of Apple hardware. The last in the company's trilogy of fantasy role-playing games, "Infinity Blade III" (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch), is a worthy successor that truly shines on the latest iPhone 5S, with more realistic characters, monsters, landscapes and a fiery dragon.

The gameplay, where the player swipes the touchscreen to slash and stab the enemy, remains the same. But the size of the game — it now includes eight areas — is much bigger, and the story is more fleshed out as it continues the story of a knight in search of the famed Infinity Blade.

Like any good sequel, his journey has more of everything, including weapons, armor, magical items and eye-popping graphics that are superior to anything else on an iOS device. —

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