Today on KS: The Infinity Blade review writes itself.

Chair Entertainment’s iOS game about repetition and replay, which received a big multiplayer update this week, is a curious one to review. J. Nicholas Geist takes a stab or three at it.

Infinity Blade may be a commentary on the grind of gaming, the relentless churn of killing and harvesting to gain new equipment so that we can kill and harvest more effectively.

But to continue playing is to live the same life a little bit better, a little bit smarter, a little bit longer than the time before.

Read the rest here, and don’t forget to push the button.