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Infinity Blade is Epic’s most profitable game

Epic Games has an interesting little factoid that it wants you to be aware of. Its iPhone/iPad game Infinity Blade is more profitable than Gears of War. That is, of course, if you look at it on a relative scale.

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Epic shows Unreal 4 engine

Epic Games starts your day the right way by officially unveiling Unreal Engine 4. Designed for the next-generation of PC and console hardware, it wouldn’t be terribly surprising to learn that the console giants will be ones trying to accomodate

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Infinity Blade franchise breaks $30million in revenues

Infinity Blade developer Chair, owned by Epic, has made over $30 million from the franchise in just one year since the original game’s launch on iOS. Infinity Blade II, which runs only on the new iPhone 4s and the iPad

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Epic Games considers App Games as real threat

Epic Games president Mike Capps has spoken about the threat posed by 99 cent apps to the traditional $60 games market, saying that cheap app store games make it very hard to sell a player a ful-priced game, no matter

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Unreal3 iOS Dev Kit available

Epic Games will tomorrow release a new version of its Unreal Development Kit, now with support for iPhone and iPad versions of the engine. (…)As with the existing UDK, any developers wishing to charge for their Unreal-powered iOS Apps will

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