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Infinite Space

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76.24% Overall Rank: 6991
DS Rank: 186
2010 Games Rank: 6972
2010 DS Rank: 186
Score based on 37 reviews


Infinite Space, a role playing game exclusively for the Nintendo DS portable handheld system, takes place in outer space and gives players the ability to control, build, outfit and customize more than 150 spaceships. Infinite Space stretches the DS hardware to the limit, offering over 200 characters and the ability to control multiple spaceships at any one time. Releasing in 2009 and currently being produced by Atsushi Inaba and directed by Hifumi Kouno (from developer Nude Maker), Infinite Space is one of the most complex RPG titles developed for the DS to date, and shows PlatinumGames commitment to teaming up with the most creative minds in gaming. Extensive customization: Players create and customize a fleet of up to five spaceships with over 100 spaceship blueprints and over 200 modules to choose from. Changing the crew and spaceship attributes directly affects the impact of the fleet. Unique tactical battle system: Decisions must be made quickly in the dramatic, action-filled battles, or enemies will get the upper hand. Two gameplay modes: Players compete wirelessly in 2-player versus mode or travel through the expansive universe on a solo quest. Vast storyline: In this epic journey that spans Yuris lifetime from child to adult, players encounter over 100 unique characters in over 70 hours of gameplay. Retro graphics: In a nod to classic Japanese sci-fi anime, the game features spaceships and Japanese anime characters with a 1980s vibe
Release Date: March 16, 2010

Latest Reviews

Machinima 03/23/10 Review 7 out of 10
Pocket Gamer UK 04/11/10 Review 6 out of 10
AusGamers 04/06/10 Review 7.1 out of 10
Nintendojo 05/05/10 Review 8.5 out of 10
GameZone 04/26/10 Review 7 out of 10
PALGN 04/22/10 Review 6.5 out of 10
GameCritics 04/20/10 Review 7.5 out of 10
NintendoWorldReport 04/19/10 Review 8 out of 10
RPGamer 04/14/10 Review 4 out of 5
RealGamer 04/14/10 Review 8.5 out of 10