Start running, keep on running and then... run some more, avoiding a number of obstacles along the way. It's a bit repetitive, but also highly addictive and challenging. Infinity Runner is thus far from a bad game, though graphical mediocrity and a disruptive amount of bugs keep it from becoming truly enjoyable.
Yes, it's had far more effort that's been put into its presentation than any other example of the genre I can think of, however by its very nature this is a very limited genre, and Infinity Runner just doesn't do enough to prove its merits beyond an iPhone time waster.
Infinity Runner, for better and worse, is a standard, uneventful running game made for a console instead of a mobile device. It’s repetitive, simplistic, and meandering – but that may just be the diversion you’re seeking.
There isn't a lot to like here. Banal gameplay, cheap deaths, poor feedback, dull quick-time event combat, bad acting, worse writing, and an overall amateurish presentation. The most enjoyable part of this experience was venting to a colleague about how bad it is.
SummaryThe Infinity is the grandest spaceship ever built by mankind; launched into the void of space to secure humanity a new home amongst the stars. However, instead of discovering paradise, the inhabitants of The Infinity unlocked the door to a long forgotten nightmare.