In short, this game is like a free flash "adventure" game from a well known flash games website, but with budget and pretty high quality behind it. It looks okay, it sounds okay and it even plays okay for what it is. The problem lies with what it is.
I'll be honest, I've finished the game just out of sheer curiosity - to learn how far into absurdity it will venture, It gets quite far. If you've never played those flash "adventure" games (and yes, I am trying to point out how hard it is to call those games adventure games) - you stumble around different screens-areas and search for items which you will then use in some place that has some vague logic behind it, but not really, and then you get another object you need to use in some other place. All that accompanied by a throwaway story, silly dialogue and bad voice acting. Now, some of the games like this kinda justify the insanity of item locations by going into mystic/horror/surreal territory, but Infected tries to take a more "realistic" approach. So when you find signs in tombstones, which then can be hang onto boxes which magically open... Even Resident Evil never went that far, you know?
And really, for this insanity, for this "oh wow, really?" every 5 seconds you get from this game, I might even recommend it, if you get this at a super low price/in a bundle/or someone gifts it to you for some reason. Otherwise, unless you are a fan of games like these, and want a higher quality game, than what you can find in thousands for free, I don't see how you can be interested in buying or wasting any time on this game.
Posted: February 8th, 2014