Infinite: Beyond The Mind
Top Critic Average
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.
Infinite – Beyond the Mind is a finely-crafted game that blends several genres together.
Enjoyable from start to finish and very hard to put down.
Although Infinite - Beyond The Mind doesn't take many risks gameplay-wise, it's still a solid and fairly fun 2D ninja action game.
Infinite - Beyond the Mind is a very simplistic action platformer, but is still pretty fun to sit down and play. While it doesn't do anything particular ground breaking or unique, it's still worth a look.
Overall, Infinite – Beyond The Mind is a really fun retro style game to play and it’s surprisingly easy to play it for hours without realising.
However, despite that I think this is a great game to buy, especially for the price of just $9.99. It is rather short, clocking in at just about 3 hours, but it was more than enjoyable for that price. There isn’t a whole lot of replay value, but it’s a fun experience to try if you have some time to kill. You can even invite a friend along for some couch co-op if you’d like.
Infinite – Beyond the Mind is an action-packed delight that builds momentum from the first chibi-styled enemy to the final bulletstorm blowout. With a few rough edges, this indie title offers a solid platforming experience for both solo players and co-op setups to replay and master.
Infinite – Beyond the Mind is an entertaining, short game with a strong approach to gameplay, visuals and sound. The unfortunate stumble here is in the story, which feels like it has more to offer than what we were given; the bits that are there work well, so it’s a shame.
Beginning to end, Infinite – Beyond The Mind was a ton of fun for such a small game. So much so, it is a game even I would consider trying to learn to speedrun now that I’ve played through it.