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Infinite Adventures

Stormseeker Games
Apr 29, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch
Generación Xbox
7.3 / 10
Digitally Downloaded
2 / 5
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Infinite Adventures® Nintendo Switch Release Announcement [ESRB] thumbnail

Infinite Adventures® Nintendo Switch Release Announcement [ESRB]

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Infinite Adventures Launch Trailer : PS4®, Xbox One, Steam

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Critic Reviews for Infinite Adventures

‎Stormseeker Games introduces us to Infinite Adventure, a Dragons Crawler with RPG touches and pretty good combat mechanics. And that's his main strength. A turn-based match like the ones of yesteryear, but it doesn't look heavy. It is light and fast, with a fundamental strategic component by not knowing the order of the attacks. In this way, it is essential to think about each action well, when to attack and when to stop to restore forces. In addition, it has a good story behind it, which manages to catch us and hook us for a few hours. And it even invites us to find and unravel the mysteries of the Infinite Maze. ‎

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Unfortunately, though, I just didn't enjoy my time in Infinite Adventures. The first-person dungeon crawl is a favourite genre of mine, and the Switch already has plenty of those, so for Infinite Adventures to stand out it was going to need to do something special. Sadly, misfires in terms of presentation and the mistaken belief that procedural dungeon layouts are something desirable to the dungeon crawler make this game flawed on every level, from concept right through to execution.

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While the validity of this labyrinth’s "infinite" realms is questionable, the deep character customization and handcrafted dungeons are anything but.

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