Bright Memory started as an Early Access game that saw a final release, but it was only the first episode in what needed to be a larger game. The success it found since it became available on Steam made it clear that one-man developer FYQD-Studio had to go bigger and better with Bright Memory: Infinite. While that’s mostly true, Bright Memory: Infinite delivers a satisfying opening and closing to the story it wants to tell, but runs on too truncated of a time table. While you don’t get to spend a lot of time with it, it’s a mile-a-minute game that does a little bit of everything before it’s over. Bright Memory: Infinite is a technical marvel and a wonderful showcase of what’s possible with Unreal and NVIDIA tech, though I wish the actual game took center stage.