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Infinitum

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In this game you have to find seven artifacts, which, according to legend, the need to create a cure for the virus, which is rampant in many star systems.
To do this, you have to fly a dozen star systems, dozens of planets to visit with different climates, search the abandoned stations and lunar bases. Somewhere you will be trapped hostile-minded creatures, and somewhere in the environment itself is opposed to you.
You need to be constantly maintained at a level of oxygen reserves and life support systems, both on the ship and the main character.
In search of artifacts you will be find black boxes left by previous searchers, whose efforts have been unsuccessful.
And also do not forget about the search for dark energy and matter are brought together, you can create antimatter, with which you can make jumps between star systems.
And, of course, you can just take a leisurely stroll, flying around a pulsar or black hole, walking on new worlds.

Features:
At some locations you can hear the real sounds of celestial bodies (electromagnetic waves transferred to the audible range), such as a pulsar, black hole sun, the magnetosphere of Saturn and others.
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VGstudio
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VGstudio
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://betelgeuze1988.wix.com/vgstudio

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows Vista, 7,8,10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Core i3, 2.10 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 610M 1 gb ram
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Sound Card: The sound device compatible with DirectX® 9
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7,8,10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Core i7, 3820 3.6 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 470 GTX или AMD Radeon 6870 HD or better (3gb ram)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Sound Card: The sound device compatible with DirectX® 9
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Infinitum reviews and comments

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Product received for free Infinitum Game with a Fiction Science theme, your main goal is to find the 7 fragments scattered throughout the galaxy and thus find the final cure for the Virus. Ah Despite this introduction in the game is never counted in this way and there is no way to know anything more than that, arise questions such as: What is the virus that speaks? How did it come about? How long has it been? Questions that the same game does not answer. Positive Points • The ability to go down to some planets to collect resources, and best of all is that not all planets are a copy-pasting of another. Neutral Points • The story is a cliche but it is entertaining because it poses you a goal that you have to get to and try to complete. • Sounds, music and ambience are mostly bad but in these highlights several real sounds, such as Halos voreales. Negative Points • The game HUD is horrendous, has little originality, the letters and numbers overlap one on the other (This case is in low screen resolutions) and occupy a large percentage of the screen that is unnecessary. • There is no tutorial that explains how the game works correctly, it throws you on the outer space without knowledge. • No more game modes than the Singleplayer, a game like this is specifically that type of games that must be played in Co-op or a multiplayer server. • The gameplay is old and ugly to see, with many textures that are present everywhere, an example of this is the main nave where the roof, the floor and the furniture are all the same. • The gameplay is nothing from another world, just move the 4 main motion keys and the mouse to look back and forth. • There are No enemies, nothing to face, nothing to fight or try to escape from them. • The orbs where it is shown where to deposit each resource to be able to subsist are black balls floating in the air with only the name of the resource on it. • Planets have almost nothing to explore and you get bored very easily. They All have land in 80% completely flat and empty, with nothing to do. • A lot of bugs, both visual and software. An example of this are the shadows of objects. • There is no map to guide so if you do not see any point of reference for where to go is that you really are lost and you will not find the exit after a good time. • Its value is too high, there are many more games that for that price give you much more content. • Few hours of fun, you will complete the game in 2 hours maximum. • There Are Very few resources to look for, so once you know how to do it already becomes boring and there is no point in continuing to do so. • The map to teleport is very unintuitive and with too many lights which makes it more confusing still. • The requirements of the system that asks to be able to run it to 60fps are ridiculous, a game with that type of graphics and with so little content you can not ask a core i7 to work at its maximum splendor. Conclusion Final I Sincerely believe that the game designers wanted to do something in the style of No Mans Sky, a space exploration game where you had unlimited worlds to go to, but it is something that is far from being. Game full of bugs and incomplete in its vast majority, I do not recommend buying it for anything (or on offer) until there is new news where they show that they are achieving a great improvement. FINAL SCORE: 1 This review was sent to Gaming Until End, through the generous contribution of HellCow.
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