GameSpot writes: "Role-playing games strike a tricky balance between gameplay and narrative that is easy to take for granted when everything goes together correctly. Infinite Undiscovery is sadly an example of how flawed design and myriad imperfections can mar an otherwise enjoyable adventure. Square Enix manages to provide the frame of a role-playing game epic that falls short on execution."
* Detailed character models and world architecture
* Characters and their stories are engaging
* Fast-paced battles with spiffy-looking special moves
* Gameworld is lonely and bland
* Too much repetition
* Short and lacking in depth for an RPG