Infinite Undiscovery has an interesting narrative framework tied up with some enjoyable gameplay elements. The game’s world, however, lacks the soul and depth necessary to make it truly memorable. It looks a little rough for an Xbox 360 game, too. We need more than just a framework of good ideas in a 30 hour game. Unfortunately, Infinite Undiscovery has more moments of silliness than it does of substance, making it more of a chore than a pleasure. There are moments of great gameplay here. But they only present themselves in small fragments, ultimately failing to provide a complete and cohesive experience.