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 Review6 of 8 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
I went into Infinite Undiscovery expecting an average JRPG simply because I hadn't heard much of anything about it. I was absolutely, delightedly, surprised. Infinite Undiscovery is flat-out beautiful. Interior en... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Graphics: 7 Sound: 6 Story: 9 Controls: 7 Replay Value: 7 Overall: 7.5 Infinite Undiscovery is a good game that excels in some areas and falls in others. While the story is sound the voice acting is horrible. Contro... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
This is one of the most exciting and excellent games that I have ever played so far. If you are the kind of player who likes real time RPG and enjoys lots of cut scenes, a good storyline, and plenty of hours of fun, then... Read Full Review0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
Let me just start by saying that when I first heard of this game, I was skeptical. You are Capell. A young musician who is mistaken for the famed hero Lord Sigmund. The backstory is that the Order of Chains are tryin... Read Full Review4 of 7 users found the following review helpful
oh well most of the people who comment about this game they didn't even play it for over 5 hours or so, the game its boring at the beginning but after couple hours when they start to tell you what happen with the moon yo... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
I don't like that people are giving this game a bad rep. For it's release date it's very well done. Anyone who's a fan of Star Ocean series needs to a least rent this. It's free movement like Star Ocean and is very simil... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
A strangely rewarding experience. An hour into Infinite Undiscovery I find myself fleeing a dungeon guarded by a ridiculously overpowered troll, with only a slightly nonsensical cut-scene to explain me why I'm here in... Read Full Review8 of 8 users found the following review helpful
This game is just horrible. I can't believe it got this rating. For a jrpg, it's trying hard to be like those american counter parts. And it failed miserably. Gameplay: the controls are ok to begin with for like 30 m... Read Full Review3 of 17 users found the following review helpful
I finished this game a few months ago and only now I've decided to write the review so some thing may come across hazy. The game starts quite slowly just like most JRPG's (however all this is nothing compared FFXIII). ... Read Full Review7 of 8 users found the following review helpful
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