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Infinite Space on DS

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Infinite Space is a Strategy game available on the DS.

Infinite Space is a Strategy game. Strategy games provide experiences that require quick thinking, and forward planning from the gamer. They combine the unfolding tactics of classic games like chess, with more recent board games such as Risk. Usually focusing on a theatre of war context, players enjoy the tactical overview of the battle these games provide.


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Novel Gamer review Sun, 27 Feb 2011

Reaching Infinite Space: Ever since he was a child, Yuri had dreamed of visiting the stars. Now given the chance will he find that his dreams are everything they promised to be?

The developers of Bayonetta (360) and Vanquish (PS3) are taking their flare for injecting new life into classic genres to third-person brawlers with Anarchy Reigns.
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Returning Gamer review Sun, 30 Jan 2011

Infinite Space's brain achingly obtuse interface threatened to mask what is a rare gem on the DS. Given enough time and effort though, and there emerges through the mess a game with a spark of something special.

I have a particular itch which very few games seem inclined to scratch these days: space combat. It was with a certain amount of enthusiasm, then, that I picked up Infinite Space: the story of a youth given his own star-ship to explore the universe, and surely the framework for epic space battles, derring-do and statistical micro-management!
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