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Bright Memory: Infinite

FYQD-Studio, PLAYISM
Nov 12, 2021 - PC, Xbox Series X/S
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

63

Top Critic Average

26%

Critics Recommend

Game Informer
7 / 10
GameSpot
6 / 10
Destructoid
6 / 10
TheSixthAxis
5 / 10
IGN Middle East
6 / 10
IGN Italy
6.9 / 10
GamingTrend
70 / 100
Gaming Nexus
7 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Bright Memory: Infinite

Bright Memory: Infinite is a stupidly written good time spoiled by a way-too-brief runtime and insultingly abrupt ending

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Bright Memory: Infinite offers concise and frenetic thrills, but technical issues and that same brevity hold it back.

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Bright Memory Infinite gets in its own way, and occasionally takes the focus off of its strongest quality: the core mechanics. I wish that Infinite was just a full extension of the action-packed prologue and was a little more polished, as it would be easier to recommend. If you can deal with that headache, you might like it.

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Bright Memory: Infinite is a matured version of the original Bright Memory, stripping away some of that game's excesses for a more put-together experience. That said, the story is still complete insanity (that's barely acknowledged by the characters), and it's clear that this solo production cannot match its boundless ambition.

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Bright Memory: Infinite offered a good experience, despite the many problems that appeares in the game, whether in terms of a meager story, which does not exceed two hours, or even the level of bad AI, the developers provided us with an enjoyable experience on The level of smooth gameplay and fast movement with visual and sound effects that outperform even games with large budgets, which makes us believe that the upcoming FYQD titles will be much better than this experience and they will overcome the errors that occurred in this title.

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Bright Memory: Infinite is negatively affected by a very limited longevity and a marked underlying linearity, but the combat system and the graphic sector significantly rebalance the situation.

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Bright Memory: Infinite is an incredibly mixed bag. The story is nonsensical and the bosses are a bit disappointing. However, the overall gameplay is immensely satisfying, and the graphics are incredible.

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Bright Memory Infinite is still at best a visual tech demo. It's lack of quality of life updates and extremely short play time still makes me wonder if this was the full game to begin with. Still, the gun blasting and blade swinging action is bombastically fun. After all, this game was developed by one person alone. So kudos to Zeng Xian Cheng.

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