Summary: One of the best titles for the system. Unfortunately has one of the highest learning curves I have ever encountered in a video game. Seemed easy till the first boss, then couldn't seem to accomplish anything...over a year later am still stuck on the same part.
On my list of favorite video games of all time for any system.
17 March 2014
Summary: This game is not for everyone. It is slow and has a very deep game system. But for me, this is hands down my favorite title on the Nintendo DS. Pros: One of the best stories in a video game I have ever experienced. Ship building system is addictive. High replay value.
Summary: For whatever reason, this game has received a very low print run. I've acquired the German version (which is region-free) and it is entirely in English. From what I can tell, it is identical to the domestic release aside from the manual / packaging (which is in German).
Summary: This game had an excellent setup and style. It was, however, difficult to understand the gameplay and there were too many Point-of-no-return moments leaving you regretting your past decisions.
Summary: Infinite Space is genuinely a remarkable RPG. However, I'm writing this particular review to convince you to buy this game used. Why? Perhaps due to the release date constantly being extended (therefore, some time constraints for consumer expectations) and maybe just sheer forgetfulness, this game...
Summary: This game is practically an import, as it had been out in Japan long before the US release. That being said, I had this game on my radar for a very long time, and I am glad I was finally able to get it.
Summary: Infinite Space is an interesting game where, as many previous reviewers have brought out, you get to roam a universe, build ships, etc. If you're not familiar with the dynamics of the game, things can get a bit challenging and frustrating.