The combat is excellent, and the story is occasionally amusing, with visuals that sometimes approach awe inspiring. It's just all a bit thin. TNL grew tired of repeatedly using the same slash combos, of Capell's wishy-washy attitude, of buying new armor at every new town, and plot points they saw coming from a mile away. Yet it's still a game they are going to keep on the shelf to blast through it on Hard and Infinite modes after a nice long break. Because the core of Infinite Undiscovery is slash happy fun.