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"Infinity Blade 2" dazzles critics
Cary-based Epic Games' new sequel to its best-selling "Infinity Blade" game for Apple mobile devices is getting a huge thumbs-up from gaming sites.
"Infinity Blade 2," which can be downloaded for $6.99 as of today from Apple's iTunes site, is "the perfect video game sequel," gushes IGN.
TouchArcade, meanwhile, calls it a masterpiece, "a technically and visually gifted game that consistently delivers eye-popping stuff."
The original "Infinity Blade" reportedly has generated $20 million in sales to date, which qualifies as a blockbuster among games targeted for the iPhone, iPad and and iPod touch.
You can watch a video about the game here.