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New Infinite Undiscovery Details Revealed
04.02.08 - 2:05 PM

New information regarding Square Enix's Xbox 360 title Infinite Undiscovery has surfaced in Japan. In the world of this tri-Ace-developed title, the people rely heavily on the power of the moon. In fact, they have managed to transform the moon's power into their own power. The use of magic is no exception to this rule. All inhabitants of Infinite Undiscovery's world carry so-called Moon Marks. These marks are endowed upon people as a blessing at the time of their birth. Thanks to those birthmarks, people have been able to develop a variety of abilities. Depending on the waxing and waning of the moon during the time of one's birth, the powers residing within people do differ, though.

As previously reported, the game's protagonist is named Kapel. He is a very nice guy. If there are people in need, he will help them, despite saying "it's impossible". The game's heroine, Aya on the other hand is a straight shooter, who refers to Kapel as Bakapel ("baka" meaning idiot in Japanese). Siegmund is a hero, willing to do whatever it takes, to accomplish his aims, even if it means getting hurt in the process.

Furthermore, it has been confirmed that a party will consist of up to four active party members.

Infinite Undiscovery has yet to receive an official release date in Japan.


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