Take "leap forward" by selling mobile and switching to iPhone for Infinity Blade
18 November 2010 — 6:53 PM
People who sell a mobile phone and put the money towards an Apple iPhone in order to play the Infinity Blade game on it will be taking a "huge technical leap forward", says one expert.
Luke Westaway, previewing the title for CNET UK, says the in-demand product "looks gorgeous" and offers the potential for numerous future updates – meaning it is likely to only get better.
He speculates this may be the game that finally bridges the divide between "arcadey" features found on mobile phones compared with the hi-tech, high-definition versions found on the latest consoles.
Infinity Blade is a battle set in a castle where players must overcome various threats – all of which are said to appear in sophisticated graphics.
"We're holding fire on a judgement until we have the final version nestling on our iPhones, but for now it's safe to say we're excited," Mr Westaway writes.
Adam, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, this week suggested Nokia's Ovi Store is also home to a number of great games, such as Avatar and Cricket T20 Fever HD.
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