Infinity Blade Dungeons Officially Shut Down

Following the February closure of Impossible Studios, Chair co-founder Donald Mustard revealed during a podcast (via IGN) that the Infinity Blade Dungeons project the studio was working on has now been officially canceled.

"When the studio that was working on [Dungeons] was closed, the game was canceled. That's really all I can say," he said.

Infinity Blade Dungeons made its initial debut at an Apple event in March of 2012, where the third generation iPad was introduced. The game, which was said to be a dungeon crawling version of Chair's hit action role-playing title Infinity Blade, was delayed until 2013 in October and then delayed again indefinitely in February 2013.

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According to Mustard, the cancellation of Infinity Blade Dungeons is not the end for the Infinity Blade series overall. "There's more we at Chair are totally planning to do in the Infinity Blade universe," he said. "More games, more books, maybe even other products. And we are very excited about that."

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19 months ago
been watching too much chef ramsay
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19 months ago

What the heck is that from?


Dark City.

Great movie, and I highly recommend watching it. Though if you do, try to get the directors cut. The original version spoils the whole plot in the first 10 seconds.
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19 months ago

been watching too much chef ramsay
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19 months ago
A shame, given how great the first two Infinity Blade games are. Of course, that's no guarantee Dungeons would have been equally good, but it certainly had a lot on its side.

Still, looking forward to Infinity Blade III, in whatever form it turns up in. That spectrum gem was about as far as I'm willing to take II, and that's as much time as I've put into any game in years.
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19 months ago

The world finally realised that Infinity Blade wasn't actually that good?


I used to think you were cool. Now I don't. :mad:

Comeon, man! It's Mike Tyson's Punch Out with swords and monsters! What's not to like?
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19 months ago

I used to think you were cool. Now I don't. :mad:

Comeon, man! It's Mike Tyson's Punch Out with swords and monsters! What's not to like?


Just not my thing I guess. Found it a little boring. Constantly swiping and then being taken to the next location.
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19 months ago
I suppose we had no real first class action games on the iPad when this was originally announced, but it did show off what could be created. Look at the games coming out on the iPad now?

Deus Ex: The Fall
XCom: Enemy Unknown

Just to name two recent ones.

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Contract not sweet enough. How does the studio fail with a project of this sort?


They gave it to a studio called "impossible"
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19 months ago
The world finally realised that Infinity Blade wasn't actually that good?
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19 months ago

Just not my thing I guess. Found it a little boring. Constantly swiping and then being taken to the next location.


Eh, I guess I can (begrudgingly) see why some people wouldn't like it. Truth be told, I didn't think I would either until I played it myself. It was then, when I realized it was basically Punch Out with touch controls, that I ended up taking to it.

Though really, I would've liked Dungeons even better. Fun as Punch Out-like games, a free roaming action RPG with touch controls would've been a helluva lot cooler. I'm severely disappointed that it's never coming out.
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19 months ago

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo!


Come on, capitalize it!
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
I was really looking forward to this game.:(
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