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Here’s How Gaming Looks On the New iPad [Video]

by on March 20th, 2012

If you have the new iPad or have seen one in person, you know how beautiful the Retina Display is – especially when it comes to text.

If you put the new iPad and iPad 2 next to each other, the difference in clarity of text is unmistakable. But how does this clarity and retina display stack up when it comes to gaming?

That’s a tough question to answer right now. Games like Infinity Blade prove the iPad 2 is no pushover when it comes to graphics.

So in this video I take a look at some of the games already updated for the new iPad’s Retina Display. They are Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy, Modern Combat 3, and Infinity Blade II.

So while you can see the graphics look really good on the new iPad, as I pointed out, The iPad 2 still holds its own when it comes to these games.

That has a lot to do with the fact the new iPad is not even a week old, and developers haven’t had the chance to really create something that takes advantage of not only the Retina Display, but the new A5X chip with its quad core graphics capability.

I’m really looking forward to Infinity Blade: Dungeons later this year. I have no doubt it’ll be a game that really shows off what’s capable when it comes to gaming on the  new iPad.

So what do you think? Have you noticed a huge difference when it comes to gaming on the new iPad compared to the iPad 2?

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  • Rehost

    I think the new iPad was never designed to be faster than the iPad 2. They just NEEDED the new GPU and RAM to push all the pixels.

  • Meadors Musings

    Yup – and really, the iPad 2 isn’t slow. It’s a very fast tablet.