Happy Wednesday! Welcome back to another episode of the Never Ending Backlog. Today I was pleasantly surprised by today's game review. I had initially thought FYQD-Studio's, FPS, Bright Memory: Infinite, was a tech demo type of game. One that was light on content, but a graphical masterpiece.
I am glad to say I was absolutely wrong, it's beautiful, it's full of great content, and it is an amazing indie-developed FPS game!
Here are the details: Bright Memory: Infinite is an all-new lightning-fast fusion of the FPS and action genres, created by FYQD-Studio. Combine a wide variety of skills and abilities to unleash dazzling combo attacks.
Graphics: If you want to showcase the impressiveness of next gen graphics, play this game. This was my first Ultrawide supported game and it was amazing. Audio: Nicely done, I would probably say audio is the weakest component of the game; however, it's primarily because the competition is real. Controls: Flawless, there are many more button combos than I expected; however, it's seamless, it just feels good to play. Very smooth like Mirror's Edge. Overall: I was happy that I was wrong about this game, it's one I will definitely play more, and one that I will showcase to friends when they see my monitor for the first time.
Thanks for joining us today!