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Infinite Space (DS)

Infinite Space (DS)
alaScore 91

56 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 56 reviews of Infinite Space (DS). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo DS Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the story. The gameplay is also mentioned favorably, whereas the design and graphics get negative reviews.

gameplay, story

graphics, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Infinite Space (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 56 reviews)

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Infinite Space

 

At the unlikely crossroads of dating games, space opera, and real-time combat sims sits Infinite Space, an ambitious DS offering from the Platinum Games crew (best known for console titles like Viewtiful Joe, Okami, God Hand and Madworld) and the...

incredible depth and length of play; deep replay options for those inclined

poor documentation; at times tedious game play

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Review: Infinite Space (Nintendo DS)

 

Infinite Space could have been one of the DS library’s masterpieces. Instead, it’s an enjoyable niche game that fans of Japanese space operas like Legend of the Galactic Heroes or Captain Harlock will enjoy. The interesting story, characters, and ship...

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Infinite Space Review

 

Lots of work, little gain

Customizing ships is awesome, interesting space battles, lots and lots of content

Too many important details not explained to user, no quest log, brutal difficulty spikes early in game

Still though, for all the game hides from you, once it all clicks it is an extremely satisfying experience. The ship battles play out on a grand scale with mini cut scenes of your ship warming up its weapons and then unleashing a volley of death on...

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Samurai Shodown Sen

 

Samurai Shodown has retained a modest fan following for nearly two decades thanks to its stylized, hand-drawn characters and uniquely Eastern flavor. The franchise’s previous attempts to transition to 3D failed to garner the same adoration as the...

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Infinite Space

 

There's a ton of space butt to kick with your pimped-out fleet of starships, but be prepared to take a beating.

Super in-depth ship customization ; A mix of cool gameplay styles

Vague plot objectives ; Frustrating melee combat ; Intermittently punishing difficulty

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Infinite Space Review

 

Infinity takes a long time...

Large universe; Infinite customization; Strange humor

Steep learning curve; Random melee battles; Required grinding

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Infinite Space

 

SEGA shows off Platinum Games interstellar DS offering with full English voice-over for the very first time.

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Infinite Space

 

Why can't the Wii be like its cool little brother, the Nintendo DS? It seems like every month that adorable little console gets an awesome new game while my Wii Fit balance board gathers dust. Worsening this disparity is Sega, which on June 11th...

Infinite Space is an impressive DS offering given its depth and scope. A single playthrough will keep you busy for weeks if not months, and with so many branch points in the story and extra challenges, you'll always have something to come back for....

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Infinite Space

 

A great space-based title for the DS that's marred by an incredibly hard to understand combat and modification system.

I will say that once you start to get the hang of things, understand exactly what all the various stats mean, and manage to improve both your crew and fleet, that the game becomes far more enjoyable. It's also a pretty lengthy experience, meaning that...

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Infinite Space

 

February 5, 2009 - Infinity, what a concept. While some RPGs seem to go on forever, Infinite Space by PlatinumGames is a game you may never want to finish

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