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  • Summary: A lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres.

    Bright Memory: Infinite is set in a sprawling, futuristic metropolis in the year 2036. A strange phenomenon for which scientists can find no explanation has occurred in the skies around the world. The Supernatural Science Research
    A lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres.

    Bright Memory: Infinite is set in a sprawling, futuristic metropolis in the year 2036. A strange phenomenon for which scientists can find no explanation has occurred in the skies around the world. The Supernatural Science Research Organization (SRO) has sent agents out to various regions to investigate this phenomenon. It is soon discovered that these strange occurrences are connected to an archaic mystery an as-of-yet unknown history of two worlds, about to come to light...

    Bright Memory: Infinite combines the FPS and action genres to deliver a high-octane experience. Mix and match available skills and abilities to unleash magnificient combos on your enemies. Your trusted sword allows you to slash through crowds of enemies and even repel their gunfire. The guns you come across in-game can be customized with a variety of ammunitions. Choose between incendiary bombs, sticky grenades, homing missiles, and more to suit your situation.

    Created by FYQD-Studio, Bright Memory: Infinite is the sequel to the popular Bright Memory. However, the sequel features an all-new world, along with newly created improved battle system and level design.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
  1. Hey Poor Player
    Aug 6, 2022
    80
    Bright Memory: Infinite is a shining example of the power of development tools when placed in the hands of someone who truly knows how to get the most out of them. With its AAA production values and polished gameplay, it provides an evening’s worth of action that entertained me in a way that the genre has struggled to do since Respawn’s underappreciated Titanfall 2. If you’re comfortable with dropping twenty dollars on an experience that you know will be over in a couple of hours and are willing to overlook the messy narrative in favour of the excellent gameplay loops, then Bright Memory: Infinite is absolutely worth supporting.
  2. 4Players.de
    Aug 5, 2022
    70
    Beats the demo by far: Extremely fast-paced shooter that expertly combines shooting action and melee combat - a fast-food snack that should also appeal to FPS connoisseurs.
  3. Aug 16, 2022
    70
    With its sexy heroine, its naughty fights and its graphics which constantly seek to impress, Bright Memory Infinite has everything of the little guilty pleasure. But some players will feel disappointed because the game is too short and the story is anecdotal.
  4. DualShockers
    Jul 20, 2022
    60
    Remember the old adage, less is more. But I still would have liked a little more. There’s always room for pudding. Just saying…
  5. Shindig
    Jul 29, 2022
    60
    Despite its shortcomings, I have enjoyed my time with Bright Memory: Infinite for what it is. It’s a slick first-person shooter that’s overflowing with energy and that blends gunplay, melee, and psychic abilities in exciting ways, set against a stunning Chinese mythological backdrop. It just feels like it should be so much more: there’s a foundation here for something great, if it only it was more refined and given the space to fully explore that potential.
  6. Softpedia
    Jul 28, 2022
    60
    Bright Memory: Infinite has its moments, but in the end, it feels like a project that could have been great if it was developed by an entire team with all the necessary resources at their disposal. Unfortunately, the moments that disappoint are amplified by the hype that was created around the game. Although it has potential, Bright Memory: Infinite does not live up to the expectations of those were waiting for this game. It is way too simple, empty and short, with only a few moments of fun.
  7. PlayStation LifeStyle
    Jul 20, 2022
    40
    Bright Memory: Infinite feels like a tech demo someone made just to prove they could do it. It’s not a bad game, in fact it looks and feels great to play. It just doesn’t feel like a completed game, as you will reach the credits before the 2 hour mark.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. Jul 24, 2022
    10
    I swear to god, I am done looking at people hate on everything in fking existence. This game is a Masterpiece, I had a blast playing this,I swear to god, I am done looking at people hate on everything in fking existence. This game is a Masterpiece, I had a blast playing this, loved every second, Dev is litreally a definition of One Man Army. Listen here now, YOUR OPINION MATTERS THE MOST, fk the reviews, fk other people opinion. Your take/opinion on litreally anything is what most's IMPORTANT. Expand
  2. Jul 25, 2022
    5
    Is a fun game but it is short give it a try if you like non stop shooting. I wish there is more.. The combat is amazing I hope they make aIs a fun game but it is short give it a try if you like non stop shooting. I wish there is more.. The combat is amazing I hope they make a another game make it longer and they need to fix the ground broken glitches can't finish the game only on ps5 not xbsx get that version Expand
  3. Aug 11, 2022
    5
    This is more of a tech demo than a game, made by a single developer. First the good, the combat is actually pretty enjoyable, with weaponsThis is more of a tech demo than a game, made by a single developer. First the good, the combat is actually pretty enjoyable, with weapons feeling good and being satisfying to use. The visuals are also decent considering the budget and team size, so no complaints there. Where the game really falls flat is the length, the game only took me 1 hour 36 minutes to finish, I'm a fan of short games, but this is obviously extreme. Another major problem is stuttering, the game suffers tremendously with the dreaded asset streaming stutter that is plaguing the PC scene currently. My last major complaint is the amount of screen shake as it is excessive, I can't actually think of a game with more intense screen shake and there's no option to disable or reduce it and by the end of the game it had given me a headache. Expand