D+PAD: It really is unfortunate to have to write this because Infinite Undiscovery, at the outset, offers so much to the RPG fan: real-time combat, in-depth characters, nice looking visuals and a plethora of ideas to get your teeth stuck into. Yet, unfortunately, you can have as many characters dear to your heart as you like, but if the rest of the experience is shallow, they are context-less.
That's not to say Infinite Undiscovery is not a relatively enjoyable experience - it is. It's just that in a generation where quality RPGs are easy to find, the game simply can't stack up. Marvellous potential, but poorly realised.