If you're looking for a game to show off the power of your new purchase, but also get value for money then you can't go far wrong with Infinity Blade 2. Even at its launch price of £4.99 it represents great value for money, especially with developers Chair due to release updates in a similar way to IB1, adding new locations, weapons and enemies to fight all set to be free DLC at the time of writing.
We put incredibly powerful devices in our pockets and on our laps daily, but rarely do we see games that utterly embrace this like Infinity Blade has. It's a showcase piece; a technically and visually gifted game that consistently delivers eye-popping stuff.
All of these various improvements, from the subtle shifts in music to the beautiful scenery to high-res textures create a visual environment so deep that you'll totally feel lost in it. The story is very intriguing, and while it isn't breaking any barriers, it's genuinely great to see so much attention to detail in a game developed for mobile platforms.
In my opinion it's the best game on iOS. First it seems to be an easy game, which repeats over and over again but that's my true. I spent a lot of hours in this game, exploring new levels and secrets. Graphics is beautiful, fighting system is amazing and the plot is interesting.
I also think that's better than first and third Infinity Blade.
WTF its clearly the exact same thing as the last one, the intro might be the different but the exact same plot in almost the exact same setting but a different boss and it leaves extreme cliff hangers and has no explanation to its events. But I found it somewhat fun.
Crap! It's just a repetitive and upgraded version of the first game, on the first three days, I played it trying to find something new, but I didn't. If you have the first one, great, don't buy this, if you don't have any Infinity Blade, still don't buying these games.