GameShark: Infinite Undiscovery Review

Like its name, Infinite Undiscovery is a very confusing entity. With two highly respected and successful RPG titans behind it, one would think the game would at least be slightly better than the average JRPG. Instead, what Gamers are left with is a reminder that no matter who you are, the most important aspect of a game being successful and enjoyable is what goes into the product, not the names that are on the display case.

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Lord Shuhei Yoshida3685d ago

Infinite Unfloptastrophe gets sent to the bargain bin

Wotbot3685d ago

found it to be really good game. I would give it a solid 8 out of 10.

There are so many variables when it comes to reviews, and you don't know what the caliber of the reviewer is, what game dislikes and likes they have, did they spend the proper amount of time on the game, or was it a rush review.

For me, I try and find out as much about the game as possible in previews, and play a demo if available, or rent it if I am unsure. But I never take what reviewers say as solid gold, it just there opinion, and thats all.

Review scores should become a thing of the past. For example what does a 9 out of 10 game mean to you? Think about it, and I bet we all have a different opinion about even a number.