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Report as inappropriate. Love Brandon Sanderson's books. So easy to read. Very good story cant wait to read the next one. Always find this sort of fusion, a cross between sci-fi and fantasy refreshing and this one better than most. A good quick read. Started by Necronos , November 12, Posted November 12, I can't seem to find any thread about Infinity Blade: Awakening so I figured that I would start one. I know that it is a novella and not technically a short story, so hopefully I can be forgiven posting it here.
I'm not sure if this is a spoiler free zone so I'll refrain for posting spoilers until I know better. Having never played the game that this story is based upon downloading it only because Brandon wrote it , I found the novella easily to get into and enjoyable to read.
It certainly had a lot of interesting concepts that it played with. Since I don't know what came from the game and what Brandon created, I'm just going to attribute it all to Brandon! The fight scenes were tight and the pacing was great. The characters introduced were good, well fleshed out with hints of deepness.
Typical of Brandon's 'there is always another mystery' approach, the novella had a few interesting revelations at the end that left me wanted more. If there is another novella in this 'series' then I'll be happy to read it too Posted November 17, Never played the game, because I dont own an ipod or ipad, or smart phone of that sort.
I liked the story, and would download another one, but my issue is that I dont want to spend the money on a game like that which because it is for an smart phone probably isnt the highest quality, when I have skyrim and starcraft2.
I really like the "advanced tech" as magic trope, that is always a fun one. As always it was a really well written story. Posted November 23, This thread makes me want to get an iPad, for no other reason than so I can be the only person in the 17th Shard who actually played Infinity Blade.
Posted January 11, That honor appears to belong to me. I never would have played Infinity Blade had this not been written, which would have been a shame. It's apparently stupid at first, but then is sucks you in. The ebook adds a ridiculous amount of depth to the storyline, of which there is but little in the game itself.
Posted January 15, edited. Posted February 11, edited. It's a damnation fun game, easily the best-looking game you'll find on iOS. The gameplay is actually very reminiscent of the classic "Punch-Out! It's definitely worth checking out if you have an iOS device capable of running it. I had actually bought it a year ago, and only after downloading it did I learn I couldn't run it on my 2nd-generation iPod Touch you need a 3rd or 4th-gen Touch. My wife got me an iPad a few weeks back, and I was finally able to load the app and play it, and since then it's been my go-to game of choice.
I'll go back to reading the novella, but I'd like to see if I can get down into some of the parts that the fiction discusses but which I didn't yet experience.
And then after I read the book, I reckon I'll download the second game.