Subdivision Infinity DX
Top Critic Average
Subdivision Infinity DX is a decent space shooter filled with fast and frantic action. The grindy nature and and exploration missions do let it down a bit, but the gameplay is stylish and fun, and there's plenty of challenge for those that want it.
A shallow but stylish and challenging single-player space blaster, which despite the forgettable storyline, offers a good few hours of alien ass-kicking at a budget price.
If you can throw the story and its unexciting characters aside, there's a fantastic, entry-level space shooter here to be played.
Subdivision Infinity DX is a decent space dogfighter that makes the transition from mobile to console without feeling like a cheap port.
undefined.Subdivision Infinity DX is a functional 3D Space Shooter that handles great but does absolutely nothing to define itself. It serves as yet another example of a game that in the mobile space exhibits above average effort, yet falls firmly into the realm of mediocrity when ported to a full console. There is certainly some fun to be had here, but it is all fun that has been done better by other 3D space shooters on Switch.
3D space shooters don't get much simpler than Subdivision Infinity DX but its gameplay is certainly tight and challenging enough.
Despite is shortcomings, I strongly recommend it for its strengths, as well as the fact that there are no other space ship shooters available at the moment, outside of Elite Dangerous.
Subdivision Infinity DX is a good 3D space shooter that stands out in a simple and fun control, and a very attractive visual section, but in return, we have a irrelevant story and that the game bases its progress on the formula of farming to improve and can continue progressing in the game, a formula that will have its defenders and detractors. It shows that it comes from the mobile market because of its structure, but it has also managed to bring good things from there, the control for example. It is worth giving it a try if arcade space shooters is one of your favourite genres.
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My early generosity has been worn away by Subdivision’s relentlessly bland mission design. I am torn between my dislike of each mission’s flavorless grind and the small respite brought on by each taking less than 10-minutes to complete. It’s the video game campaign equivalent to a dinner of plain rice cakes: all fluff, no substance, but at least the exercise is over as quick as it began.
Repetitive gameplay loops aside, Subdivision Infinity DX is actually a fun little game. While the story might not be Witcher III level of depth, it is a fun little science fiction jaunt into a sector of space that has been a bit … destroyed. From drones to mercenaries, to what amounts to a nasty case of ship-based AI illnesses, the story is fun, rarely takes itself too seriously, and moves from scene to seen with solid pacing (which is why backtracking and replaying for resources is so jarring). The various ships feel nimble enough that flying through debris fields while chasing down drones can leave some memorable memories, and for a small game that is an incredible feat. As a straight-forward space-based arcade title, Subdivision Infinity DX is a darn good game, especially at its price point.