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Posted on Wednesday, March 21 @ 13:30:27 PST by


Apple has sold over 3 million of their new third-generation iPads at retail over its first weekend available. Even more since, I'm sure. And while most people aren't buying an iPad for gaming (there are 3DS and PlayStation Vitas for that), downloading a few great games for the device is not only an option, but a must for anyone looking to get the most out of the new iPad's new Retina Display.

Now that many of the iPad's top games have been updated to support the new Retina Display's added resolution, we've decided to offer our top five recommendations on the best Retina Display-compatible iPad games you can get.



Infinity Blade II


Price: $6.99 - Download from iTunes
Publisher: Epic Games
Developer: Chair Entertainment
Size: 791MB


Chair Entertainment and Epic Games' on-rails hack-'n'-slash RPG, Infinity Blade II, took home a number of mobile "game of the year" awards, and has been privy to a lot of buzz. The game features multiple classes of swords, armor, and spells, as well as some stunning enemy design. But most of all, the game is gorgeous. In fact, it's the best-looking mobile game on any device. Period. But now it looks even better on the new iPad's Retina Display.



 

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