Infinite Space / Mugen Kouro

Infinite Space / Mugen Kouro

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1-5d Usually ships within 1-5 days.


Compatible With Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
1-5d Usually ships within 1-5 days
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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.

The space is truly limitless, embark upon a journey with Yuri, a fledgeling explorer who is in search of the meaning behind the twin universes and his own existence.

Unlike other teen targeted games on Nintendo DS, Mugen Kourou has an epic storyline with more than 200 impressive characters that will also appeal to adults. The ship you fly is fully customizable, collect gadgets during your adventures and assemble your own fleet.

further info

Original Name  無限航路
Official Release Date Jun 11, 2009
Director Hifumi Kouno
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0002634966
Catalog No.  NTR-P-C6CJ
Item Code  4974365910655


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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:6

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gusthead (16) on 22, Aug. 2011 09:41 (HKT)
deep and rewarding
there's much to do in Infinite Space, more than most people care for or can handle. it will feel dull at certain moments but it's still a great game overall.
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Keeper Garrett (33) on 29, Sep. 2010 00:28 (HKT)
It's fun but not quite so open world
I was hoping for an Elite like space trading game, but this RPG like space epic is hardly a bad thing. Good characters and customisation balance out some not very enjoyable combat.
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x (34) on 02, Apr. 2010 14:14 (HKT)
although its role-playing elements come across more like an interactive slideshow, i would highly recommend this game to fans of space opera, with a few cautions. first and most important, while the customization of your ships is very engrossing, it is way to easy to lose track of your current quests or goals in the story. be very clear about where you're going next and you ought to do fine. second, the whole interface/battle system in general take some getting used to. in addition, you'll wind up doing plenty of grinding to level up or increase your funds to upgrade your ships (so you'll have plenty of time to learn the system's ins and outs). these points in mind, fans of epic, "nations in space"-style stories will find a vast, well-conceived new universe full of great ship designs and with a surprisingly good coming-of-age story tying it all together.
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jas (5) on 01, Apr. 2010 18:52 (HKT)
Engaging story, impressive freedom to design your own ship and fleet. It will awake the desire of building the most powerful fleet in the whole galaxy.
It may have its flaws, but if you can see its beauties, you'll consider this game a masterpiece as I do.
The oficial reviews are not beeing excellent period, but this game is a sleeper. It is a must play.
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duckroll (3) on 29, Sep. 2009 10:12 (HKT)
An extremely satisfying space opera adventure
Infinite Space may not be that much of a RPG, but it makes up for it by being a really awesome adventure game.

Most of the game is made up of conversation, with battles encountered while travelling between planets and during certain event scenes. The writing is great, and the atmosphere of the story is fantastic.

There really is no other space opera adventure quite as grand as this elsewhere, and that unique feature alone makes up for many of the game's shortcomings in production values.

If you enjoy stories like Space Battleship Yamato, Captain Harlock, Xenosaga or Banner of the Stars, and you have a good understanding of Japanese, it would be a shame to miss out on this.
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