Ad Infinitum is disturbing, confusing and horrific, much like the WWI setting. It tackles some interesting themes and tells a story that is hard to get a handle on. But the gameplay is solid, as are the visuals and brilliant soundtrack.
Michael Kitchin writes, "Ad Infinitum's message is a worn trope but I still enjoyed how it was delivered. There's some great creature and area design on offer within the trenches. It's a pity the family home offers something more mundane. The lack of combat results in a game feeling linear and littered with simple puzzles. The voice actors carry a decent story but the visual performance can suffer under some heavy loads. It results in an admirable effort that lacks a solid landing."
Miljan writes: "Find out how to solve the Grandfather's musical contraption puzzle in Ad Infinitum with our step-by-step guide."