Epic is really at the forefront of driving iOS gaming. Today it announced Infinity Blade: Dungeons, an Unreal Engine based title for the iPad. The gameplay is very Diablo like, check out the gallery below for the first shots. 

Infinity Blade Dungeons will be available "soon".

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  • Shadowmaster625 - Wednesday, March 07, 2012 - link

    I uninstalled infinity blade becuase it just ate way too much battery. Its a pity because I hadnt really got tired of playing yet. This game looks like it eat even more battery. Reply
  • Breathless - Wednesday, March 07, 2012 - link

    Of course, you could always plug it in while playing. That seems really weird that you would uninstall a game that you seem to enjoy just because you don't like the notion of a power plug. Reply
  • tipoo - Friday, March 09, 2012 - link

    I don't understand that at all. My laptop would last maybe 30 minutes while gaming (and perform like crap while doing so), but I don't care since I can plug it in for intense gaming sessions. Of course doing something that intensive will use more battery than something where the processors are idle more of the time like web browsing. There's a reason the PS Vita can only game for 4-5 hours but can play music for multiple days. Reply
  • tekzor - Wednesday, March 07, 2012 - link

    if this is multiplayer and online it will be something to consider Reply
  • Glibous - Wednesday, March 07, 2012 - link

    Come on Epic...port this to Android already! Show us how diverse your U3 engine is. Reply
  • Commodus - Monday, March 12, 2012 - link

    Not going to happen.

    Epic, like most other major game developers, has said Android was too prone to piracy and, yes, fragmented to be worth developing for. id Software's mobile development told me that directly at E3 last year, and Battleheart's developer just dropped Android support because the expense wasn't worth how few people were paying.

    If you want to do smartphone or tablet gaming, just get an iPhone or iPad and see how much you've been missing.
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  • Souka - Thursday, March 08, 2012 - link

    I totally agree with Shadowmaster625.

    Just the otherday I bought a Ferrari F12berlinetta but when I drive over 140mph the fuel tank doesn't last...so I returned it.

    ;-P
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