N-Europe: Infinite Space Review

You won't have played Infinite Space. It's very likely you won't have even considered buying it. We say that with depressing confidence; knowing that it's a quirky, Japanese RPG from a team largely notorious for a back-catalogue of commercial bombs (fragment grenades, if we're generous), on a platform hardly famed amongst the mainstream for its massively in-depth experiences. Yet however cult the game is doomed to be, it doesn't detract from the fact that Infinite Space could very well be one of the best DS offerings of 2010.

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