Infinity Blade [$5.99] is coming to bigger screens later this fall. Adrenaline Amusements, Epic Games, and garbage-food chain Dave & Buster’s have all teamed up to put a special, 46-inch arcade version of the hack-and-slash joint in every Dave & Buster’s location nationwide by the end of this October. These Infinity Blade “FX” machines will feature single-player and two-screen multiplayer modes and presumably play a lot like the touch-screen versions we’re already pretty familiar with -- if this video is any good indication, at least.
If you’re hankering for some hands-on time with the extra large Infinity Blade FX experience, the arcade cabinet appeared at the GEEX Consumer Expo this past October 14-15 in Salt Lake City, Utah and should now be rolling into some select Dave & Buster’s either already or at least very soon. If you're lucky, you might just bump into the pre-existing Fruit Ninja FX and soon-to-be existing Flight Control FX machines making the rounds.
We really want one or two of these things in TouchArcade Tower. All the fun and none of the pressure to eat the cheese fries. Win-win, guys.