Nintendo Life: Infinite Space Review

Nintendo Life writes: "Infinite Space begins with a familiar enough RPG scenario: youthful protagonist Yuri (are protagonists in JRPGs ever anything but youthful?), trapped on an oppressive planet and dreaming of life as a space traveller, is whisked from his tedious existence by Nia Lochlain, a kind of female Han Solo analogue with a sassy attitude and a typically pneumatic physique. If Infinite Space's opening plot developments feel worryingly like Star Wars, the game rapidly morphs into pure space opera, as Yuri takes command of his own ship, fights intergalactic space pirates and strives to reclaim the Epitaph, a mysterious object given by his erstwhile father."

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