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INFRA Part 1 – Video Review

INFRA Part 1 - Video Review

INFRA Part 1 – Video Review

There’s so much wrong with this game it’s hard to know where to begin


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Genre: Adventure
Release date: January 15, 2016

In INFRA, you play a structural engineer that spends a day, a very long day, checking the infrastructure problems around a Baltic city. If this sounds boring, it is. There’s so much wrong with this game it’s hard to know where to begin, but I’ll start with the voice acting. If you’re going to sell your game in English-speaking markets you have to take localization seriously, and the folks behind INFRA, sadly did not. The voice acting is performed by people who are clearly not only non-English speakers, but also lousy actors. It’s not a charming combination.

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Grade: D
Nice graphics when the game is outdoors
– Flat Story
– Inexcusably bad localization and voice acting

– Pointless puzzles

– Ugly environments

System Requirements

OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Memory: 5 GB RAM
Graphics: Video card must be 512 MB or more and should be DirectX 9 compatible with support for Shader Model 3. Integrated graphics may work but are not supported.
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 10 GB available space


Ray Ivey

Ray Ivey

A gaming freakazoid, Ray enjoys games on all platforms. Also loves board games, mind games, and all puzzles. Co-wrote the Entertainment Tonight trivia game and designed puzzles for two Law & Order PC games. Also a movie freak, bookworm, and travel bug. Thinks games of all kinds are a highly underappreciated force for social good, not to mention mental and psychological health.   Ray's favorite adventures include the "Broken Sword" and "Journeyman Project" franchises, "The Dark Eye," "The Feeble Files," "Sanitarium," "Limbo," "Machinarium," "Riven," "The Neverhood," and "Azrael's Tear." His favorite non-adventures include the "Thief," "Uncharted," and "Ratchet & Clank" franchises, all of the Bioware RPGs, Skyrim, and Final Fantasy XII.   Ray writes about the movies for the Bryan/College Station Daily Eagle, which is the old-fashioned thing called a "newspaper." He's been on eight game shows. He's taught in seven countries and has visited twenty-one. His favorite classic movie star is Barbara Stanwyck and his favorite novel is "The Hotel New Hampshire" by John Irving.

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