Infinite Undiscovery Review
Infinite Undiscovery feeds your need for narrative, but it's ultimately a shallow, flawed experience.
Infinite Undiscovery is a weird game, it has its high points and it has it's low which all evens out to be an enjoyable yet at the same time somewhat disappointing RPG experience. The story is basically a case of mis... Read Full Review26 of 27 users found the following review helpful
As a genre grows old, it tends to stagnate and become a solid monolithic structure, impervious to new ideas. RPG's, especially their oriental counterpart, greatly suffer from this predicament. Even when something refresh... Read Full Review5 of 7 users found the following review helpful
In Infinite Undiscovery you play as Capell, who closely resembles a man known as Sigmund the Liberator. Sigmund is known for smashing chains that connect the Earth to the Moon, which causes monsters to appear in the chai... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
I'll just dive right into the problems so we can end on a positive note. For one, its short. Really short. With RPGs I always get too wrapped up in the story to deal with side quests and grinding, and in my first playthr... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Sadly, despite a somewhat interesting narrative, and some visually picturesque scenes, this japanese rpg is nothing special. In fact, i got so bored of roaming around the maps doing stupid instance fighting that i never... Read Full Review1 of 5 users found the following review helpful
a great rpg for a great price i would say. although the story is a little weird, you get used to it after it being drilled into your head constantly. even though it's 2 discs, the game is relatively short for an rpg (alt... Read Full Review1 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Since I love RPG games, especially those made by Square-Enix, I figured to give this game a try, even though it got a bad review and score. I was pleasently surprized at what I found. Here is a brief review of my own: ... Read Full Review2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
I have played this game twice. The first time I was rather unimpressed. Even though the twist in the story was refreshing the battles tended to drag and only the fast pacing of the storyline kept me going. I really didn'... Read Full Review2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
I bought this game anticipating the worst but hoping for the best. I got both. It is filled with flaws and shortcomings, but somehow manages to charm andcaptivate you. Bad: -first 2 hours are some of the worst ever ex... Read Full Review5 of 5 users found the following review helpful
Overall it was a great game. It has a good story, memorable characters, and the battle sequences are really well done. Not just random button smashing all the time. It's a unique story that goes well with the many divers... Read Full Review6 of 7 users found the following review helpful
Where to start? Infinite Undiscovery follows the tale of Capel, a talented flute player who gets in way over his head. He is, without a doubt, the pansiest main character I've ever seen (at least in the beginning, he ... Read Full Review6 of 7 users found the following review helpful
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