NZGamer writes: "Without a doubt, Infinite Undiscovery has an excellent pedigree - published by Square Enix and developed by Tri-Ace – so you would expect the best of this game. You would, however, be disappointed. Yes, it looks wonderful and, yes, it sounds pretty good too. But that's about as far as the praise can be stretched.
The story is simple enough; your character, Capell, a wandering flutist, bears a striking resemblance to Sigmund the Liberator, and because of that he is rounded up and thrown in jail, but soon after Aya, one of the group of Liberators, thinking he is Sigmund, breaks him out. Capell then joins the Liberators and learns that their goal is to sever the chains that bind the moon to the earth. The story is totally linear and the few 'courier' side quests don't add anything to the story. There are a few surprises along the way, and they make what would otherwise be a dull story a tad more interesting – but just a tad."