A lot of people hate Infinite Undiscovery, but I really enjoyed it. The visuals were nice; the art direction and character models were great, and some areas looked absolutely beautiful (the bits of CGI were amazing, too). The soundtrack was absolutely fantastic. The story was interesting and strayed away from a good amount of typical JRPG cliches. I ended up caring for and growing on quite a few of the party members. The battle system was a little simplistic, but the Connect system was unique and added some variety and depth, there was a lot in terms of exploration and content, and the game didn't overstay its welcome.
I dunno. I feel like the universe and lore is interesting enough to be expanded upon, and I really liked the game. Yeah, the lip-syncing was off, the voice acting was generally mediocre, the intentional lag during battles was a little annoying, and the game does feel a little rushed with its numerous half-baked features, but I loved it anyways. I felt like it was a solid 8-8.5/10 game, and I'd love to see a sequel with a bigger budget.
Am I the only one?
"Dyin' is easy. It's the livin' that's hard..." Grim Reaper, Maximo vs. The Army of Zin