Bright Memory: Infinite is a first-person shooter developed by FYQD Studio. You play as Shelia, an agent for the Supernatural Science Research Organization sent to investigate strange anomalies happening near a black hole that appeared on Earth. The plot is paper-thin but does manage to usher you from set-piece to set-piece. Ultimately, it doesn’t add anything to the game.

The visuals look great. Objects, weapons, buildings, and enemies are rendered in gorgeous detail. Lighting effects help sell the hi-res assets and environments, which are mostly city streets, courtyards, and a small variety of outdoor areas such as mountain sides and trails. While the environments aren’t unique, they’re well-paced and it’s fun to mow down enemies while you traverse them.

Taking just over three hours to beat, it’s a fun distraction that ultimately doesn’t leave a lasting impression. If you’re looking for an action-packed shooter with lots of enemies to mow down in attractive environments, then it’s worthy of your time. If not, then there isn’t much more to dig into. Bright Memory: Infinite is available starting today for $19.99 on PC with releases on first Xbox Series X | S and then PlayStation 5 scheduled for the future.

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Jesse Galena
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