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Infinite: Beyond The Mind

Emilie COYO, Blowfish Studios
May 7, 2020 - Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

71%

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Critic Reviews for Infinite: Beyond The Mind

Infinite – Beyond the Mind is a fun and fast platforming experience, bringing with it some excellent visuals and audio. With a little more depth and variety, this would be a must-have title.

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Infinite – Beyond the Mind is a finely-crafted game that blends several genres together.

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Enjoyable from start to finish and very hard to put down.

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Although Infinite - Beyond The Mind doesn't take many risks gameplay-wise, it's still a solid and fairly fun 2D ninja action game.

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Overall, Infinite: Beyond the Mind is a fairly straight-forward action platformer that could have been more enjoyable, despite its wonky difficulty curve, if key parts of the platforming engine actually worked reliably. When I wasn’t struggling with jumping walls or climbing ladders, I was having a decent time playing through.

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I really enjoyed playing Infinite – Beyond the Mind. The premise of the game, though simple, is one of the main highlights of the game. The focus of the game being on sisters is incredible and I just wish more games like this would be made. The game mechanics were easy to follow and traditional to the 2D action-platform genre. The platforming in the game offered the proper difficulty, which escalated as the game progressed. I spent about five hours playing the game and was able to finish the campaign. While it’s rather short, I enjoyed every minute of it.

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Infinite - Beyond the Mind is a 2D action and platform game with a well-crafted retro aesthetic and high-level development. 16 levels of unbridled action await us, either alone or cooperatively, without slowing down or feeling repetitive due to the variety of some of them. You will have fun from start to finish and it will leave you wanting more.

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A captivating action sidescroller that early 90s brawler fans, in particular, should get a kick out of.

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