Explore the world of Infinite Links on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC

After releasing new game upon new game onto console stores over the course of a couple of years, you may well consider the KEMCO library to slowly be running out of steam. You’d be wrong though, as today they release another title to Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC – Infinite Links. 

Available right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam, Infinite Links is KEMCO’s latest magical adventure; a game in which you’ll be thrust into a weirdly wonderful world and left to explore, do battle and uncover many a secret. 

Infinite Links will cost you around £12.49 (the Xbox Store link is here for you), yet with the game being optimised for next-gen consoles, that certainly seems to be in line with what we would suspect. From there you’ll be given the chance to join a young wizard apprentice – Kronos – and his friend Serene, as they find themselves spiralling into a conspiracy. 

The main thrust of the action will revolve around the Talismans, magical items of great power, but you should expect the usual KEMCO ideas to flow around that – turn-based battling, skill acquiring, weapon upgrading and the taking in of a fun, possibly throw-away, story. 

We’re big fans of what KEMCO have provided our way in recent years and hope that Infinite Links holds up to be in the top echelon of their games. We’ll let you know in our upcoming full review.  You’ll be able to play it yourself by visiting the usual digital stores of Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam

And like other KEMCO titles, there are a few little DLC boosts you can add in to Infinite Links. Damage x2 will set you back £4.19, as will Experience x3. If you want to add the No Skill Cost pack into your game, you’re looking at £3.29.

And if you want to know how KEMCO games usually play, check out our review of Legend of Ixtona.

Game Description:

Talismans are magical items that contain great power, even with some that can grant any desire. Kronos, a boy training as a wizard, and Serene, who consider one another as siblings, become enveloped in a Talisman conspiracy. Will they be able to save themselves and the world from the threatening danger? Equip Talismans to the Skill Board to acquire skills and fatal moves to turn the tides in turn-based battles. Forging and upgrading weapons, armor and Talismans from materials will grant you additional advantages. There are also strategic elements with battle formations and traps, and not to mention the variety of quests, arena and monster achievements that await as challenges in this fantasy RPG!

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