We've all seen the various game engines from Epic and id for iOS devices - but now we have proper videos for actual games that will use them. The first of these will supposedly be id's Mutant Bash TV - which looks every bit as impressive as the Rage demo showed us and will cost $0.99 for the standard version or $1.99 for the Retina Display-enhanced version.
Most impressively, Epic Games' Infinity Blade - the game counterpart to Unreal Engine 3-based "Epic Citadel" demo which was released back in September - has a mix of some interesting games - the game's creative director described it as a mix of Karateka, Dragon's Lair and Punch-Out.
Both are impressive, especially for iOS based gaming!
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