Universal Infinity Blade III - (by Chair Entertainment Group, LLC)

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  1. italodance

    italodance Well-Known Member

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    http://infinityblade.com/infinityblade3/



    damn it
     
  2. vogelmann

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    Yeah, I saw that. But it seems like bugs (worse enough), but that tells me nothing about the overall performance on an iPad 3.
     
  3. tzuptzop

    tzuptzop Well-Known Member

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    no, you are wrong. the one i know works great on ibII. with no issues

    anyway...wtf?! you cant sell your mastered weapons??
     
  4. TheFrost

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    Damn, I guess I need to finish the second part first...
     
  5. sapphire_neo

    sapphire_neo Well-Known Member

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    Don't bother fighting it, freemium, pay-mium, timers... it's all here to stay. It's better to invest energy in supporting something you enjoy instead.
     
  6. Exact-Psience

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    Mine doesnt. I made sure to hard reboot the ipad mini with an empty cache before i started the game.

    Difference between IB3 on my ipad mini and 4S, is that the realtime shadows are very rough on the mini, but smooth on the 4S. I imagine everything is just sweeter on the ipads 3 and 4.
     
  7. Exact-Psience

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    Yes you can.

    But this time, you can only sell them when the Merchant chick visits the hideout.

    Keep on playing to recruit allies.
     
  8. Bytebrain

    Bytebrain Well-Known Member

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    Reboot your iPad before launching the game for the first time.
    It'll free the nessecary memory for IBIII.

    I'm using an iPad 3, and I have had no issues two hours in.
     
  9. nicodemus82

    nicodemus82 Well-Known Member

    I never understood all the hype with this series of games. Sure the graphics are amazing, but the repetitive gameplay became boring so quickly in the previous two games.

    I'll gladly give this one a miss
     
  10. tzuptzop

    tzuptzop Well-Known Member

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    thanks for info! ill post later if the money glitch works, you can sell items you dont own, thats how the glitch works
    the laser blade is gone? cant find it
     
  11. backtothis

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    Decided to give this 30 minutes instead of sleeping. Now, I really want to read the second book. Anyways, it's definitely more of the same game, just bigger and better once again. Will enjoy playing through it, but that's probably it. Should last a few hours.
     
  12. tzuptzop

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    #72 tzuptzop, Sep 18, 2013
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    for those who played ibII and finish it with 100%unlocked items this new ibIII should be very easy. i killed first 8enemys without even be hit and unlocked 10achievements so far

    those tokens can only be won by achievements or bought from iap? what a crap! freemium system x2...

    the final file size is 2.1gb
    ibII was 1.3gb
     
  13. #73 L.Lawliet, Sep 18, 2013
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    Wow this game... I love EVERYTHING about it. About an hour and a half in and haven't done much (pacing myself) but the graphics and little subtle changes are amazing. I love especially how you can zoom in and out and rotate you character to check out the gear. Lovely. I also like the "?" info areas so you can better understand game mechanics. Random other stuff like the merchant and the potion maker are lovely additions that give the game a grander feel. I also like the GOAL system that makes me work toward doing different things. I feel like the game is massive already.

    And that opening :( I actually had the game installed for about an hour and finished reading the book before I started (good idea btw). Knowing what happens at the beginning gave me some chills.

    Btw I can't get the click for the imagine dragons song. Any help? My game ALWAYS crashes when I hit the button. I don't think there's any juice left in my device everytime I click the BUY button. Crap.
     
  14. defunct32

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    iPod touch 5th Generation, iOS 6.1.3.

    UPDATE: Downloaded this for about I think 10 mins or so without hiccups? I was watching Sanuku's video while it was downloading, about the 10-11 mins mark my download was complete (direct download to iPod via Wi-Fi, I also had 5.4 GB worth of free space).

    I killed all apps in the multi-tasking and did a reset (hold down power + home button); well, I doubt that's necessary but I want as little hiccup as possible, haha!

    When I first started the game the UNREAL engine logo and the Infinity Blade logo all loaded smoothly until it loops for a while at the end (I guess this is their "now loading" screen" and a Game Center message pops up "Welcome back, defunct32" a few more loops (at this point it started to stutter a bit" then the game finally loaded.

    Movies, cutscenes all played out just fine and battles are smooth and input are responsive (dodging/slashing, etc). So in conclusion it runs quite well on an iPod touch 5th Gen!
     
  15. B3NDoX

    B3NDoX Well-Known Member

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    This might sound a bit weird but I found the first and second infinity blade boring. Is there anything new in infinity blade 3 or is it just a reskin.
     
  16. defunct32

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    It's the same game and same gameplay of "rinse and repeat" to get stronger, this installment though is bigger with better graphics and some other elements implemented like a hideout, blacksmith, gems, potion creation, merchant, etc.
     
  17. Sanuku

    Sanuku Well-Known Member

    God damn is this Game bugged.

    @Eli

    Could you tell us what Build you did Review because the Build on the iTunes Store is more or less a Mess?

    Any Inside Information if Epic Games/Chair are relasing a second Day One Patch since the Game is more or less unplayable as soon as you are able to play the Game with Isa.
     
  18. heretik

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    Whats with the poor german localisation AGAIN? How come AAA games cant spend a few quid more on proper translators? Makes your expensive product look sloppy.
     
  19. TicTac

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    I have no problems with Isa so far.
     
  20. Mr. Grizzly

    Mr. Grizzly Well-Known Member

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    Did one playthrough of the first location, and no problems whatsoever with the game on my ipad 3.

    Love unlocking the different skills.

    Are there any benefits to selling your mastered items? Can you buy them back again and remaster them? I read somewhere that the Blacksmith can upgrade your mastered items, so if you sell them are you losing out in the long run?

    Without spoiling anything, I found one map in a chest and clicked on something that was similar. It showed a weapon popping up like I found it, but it is not in my inventory (I checked both characters). Unless I was simply unlocking it for the store or the merchant. Does anyone know? Also, the map still does not have the Max part checked off - so do I need to find more parts first?

    The second game had timers when it came to gem forging, so some timers in this one in the same capacity and when mixing potions seems reasonable. Does not ruin anything for me - I consider finding the potion ingredients and making the potions as a bonus anyway (in addition to the regular gameplay).
     

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