GameSpy writes: "Square Enix is easily the most prolific role-playing game publisher in the business, and recently it teamed up with Microsoft to bring a handful of original RPGs to the Xbox 360. Developed by tri-Ace, Infinite Undiscovery is an Xbox 360-exclusive set to be released worldwide this September. We had the opportunity to sit down with Square Enix producer Hajime Kojima to discover more about what's in store.
GameSpy: Can you tell us about the origin of the name "Infinite Undiscovery" and what it means?
Hajime Kojima, Producer: We realize that "undiscovery" is a made-up word. (laughs) It's not that you can't discover anything, but there are many things that remain undiscovered in the game.
GameSpy: One of the main premises behind the game is that the main character is supposed to be the spitting image of a famous hero in the game world. Are you eventually going to have a party with two identical characters fighting side-by-side?
Hajime Kojima: Yes, there will be two characters that look alike together in the game. While we can't reveal too much at the moment, it won't be two identical people."