GameSpy writes: "Infinite Undiscovery could be the first game in a new action-RPG franchise by tri-Ace, the Japanese developers behind Valkyrie Profile and the ongoing Star Ocean series, and it's also the first game that tri-Ace has released for the current systems. As such, it's hard to go into Infinite Undiscovery without some pretty high expectations. If you're able to do so, you'll be rewarded with a satisfyingly solid JRPG experience. There's plenty of combat, storyline, and action to keep you going until the very end. However, although Infinite Undiscovery covers all of the JRPG bases, it doesn't contribute a whole lot of new stuff to the genre, and its strengths are undermined by a couple of key weaknesses in the game design."
+Combat is a rush
+AI is solid
-Awkward character management
-Choppy framerate during combat