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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Infinity Blade Game Review

Written on January 03, 2011 by Chris Martin

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Infinity Blade makes us rethink what an iPhone is capable of when it comes to gaming as it shows off stunning graphics that rival even the best a legitimate handheld console can offer.

You play the role of a warrior who is set to free the lands from the tyranny of the evil God King. However, as you face the tyrant at the beginning of the game, you are easily dispatched off the face of existence as the God King kills you immediately. Fear not as your adventure has only begun. 20 years later, you now assume the role as the son of the fallen warrior so you can fulfill the unfinished task. And if that doesn’t work, then you still got an infinite number of chances to do so as you play warriors from generation to generation.

That’s pretty much the idea behind the iPhone hit, Infinity Blade. As you make your way from one warrior to the next, you pick up experiences, weapons, and armors carrying over the decades that allow you to become tougher and wiser as you face the God King over and over until you finally vanquish him. The concept is pretty much engaging as it is, however the excitement mellows down as you play almost the same thing repetitively until you kill the last boss. But on the bright side, enemies, which include trolls, assassins and warriors, grow tougher every generation, so there’s definitely the challenge there.

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