Infinite Undiscovery downloadable content uncovered

By Spencer . June 30, 2008 . 3:01pm

x360.jpgLate last Friday, Square Enix revealed the box art for Infinite Undiscovery and in the top right hand corner there is a Live mark. The logo is not an Xbox Live stamp, which means Infinite Undiscovery will not have online play. Square Enix never said it would so there shouldn’t be any disappointment. However, the “Live” logo made me curious. Project Sylpheed, Square Enix’s other Xbox 360 game, has auxiliary content like gamer icons and it doesn’t have a Live logo on it.


My suspicion was Infinite Undiscovery has some kind of downloadable content, which is confirmed by the Japanese Infinite Undiscovery site. Inside the “Spec” tab it says “Xbox Live: DLC.” Downloadable accessories and dungeons like Lost Odyssey? We’ll have to wait until E3 to find out.


Images courtesy of Square Enix.

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  • melgo

    Actually, most Xbox 360 games that have been released recently have adopted this boxart strip. Xbox LIVE is no longer the designation, simply LIVE is (for example, check Grand Theft Auto IV). I imagine this is a part of the extended effort on Microsoft’s part to bring the Games for Windows LIVE, Xbox LIVE and Windows LIVE services into a single overarching service.

  • Pesmerga00

    I really dislike micro transactions. It gives companies very little incentive to include extras in the actual game. Especially if said content is completed before the game is released. They will purposely withhold it, as to squeeze a few bucks out of players. I know I’m jumping to conclusions and being melodramatic, but could you imagine if games like Chrono Trigger had charged you for each additional ending.

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