When I first started Infinate Undiscovery I found the plot funny (funny in a bad way). The Order of Chains lead by a dreadful leader named Dreadknight have created chains to lock the moon in place. This is all I know at the beginning of the game. I sit there and think to myself why??? Why, of all things, the moon??? I continue the game, and of course, they reveal the main characters; Capell, Aya, Lord Sigmund, and the rest of the crew. Capell is inticed into joining them on their quest to rid the world of monsters, disease, and the Order of Chains. I won't ruin the story for those of you who would like to find out for yourselves what beholds in this epic tale, but I will tell what I think. This game is very similar to Kingdom Hearts. It's missing Sora, the disney and Final Fantasy characters, and of course the keyblades; but the combat is pretty much the same. For those of you who like Kingdom Hearts you all would like this game. They introduced connect options in the game where you are able to connect to your party members. It was difficult for me to comprehend at first, but I slowly picked it up. The graphics are nothing to get all excited about. They are merely plain graphics. The plot later on gets better and I have to admit I did get sucked into it. I like the game, but it's not worth $60. I advise you all to buy it when the price goes down. The game is good but not that good. Plus buy the gaming guide to go with it if you do end up buying it or just use the internet to get through the game because you will get stuck on some parts due to the connect feature or some other reason. Overall this game is good; I don't recommend this game due to the whole overpriced issue, but if it does go down in price I advise you to buy.
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