As a visual novel, this game is one of the best I've seen out there. The artwork is amazing and the story is really good.
Be warned, this is not a create your own story style game, and there is hardly any branching in the paths.
The difference is mostly in the reactions of the MC, not in how the story unfolds.
Still, this is one of my favourites on this site and I'm excited to see more!
The major issue I have with this game is that although the writing may be as good as Stargazer says, there is so much of it that you really are not encouraged to read any of it. Most of the game seems to be the same scene with 10, 15, 20 screens of text. I tend to hold down the control key to get to something different and it feels like I'm holding it down for 5 minutes.
The writing is good and got me invested in a few good places. The problem is the lack of choices. Hopefully as things are worked on there'll be more added but as it stands it's more of a linear story with two paths than anything else.
While re:Dreamer is still fairly early along in its development, the project is shaping up into something amazing. It can be funny, it can be heartfelt, it can be methodical, it can be existential, it hits pretty much every note I want to see not only as a TG/TSF/Gender Bender story, but as a story overall.
Decent game with really good art and thought into the background story and world building. The story is well written and generally flows well from one part to the other however it also is not perfect.
One of the main cons of the story is that it can get unecessarily long winded at parts where it takes the player out of what's going on interrupting with the flow.
The writing is geared more towards a young male who is not straight but hasnt realized it yet. The MC thinks and acts far more femenine than masculine right off the bat. This is fine if you are trying to go the gay,bisexual, trans, femenine male route but does not work if you are trying to go for the straight male route.
Some of the writing does not match some of the choices you can make. For example if you are trying to go the straight male route, the writing does not seem to match what a of straight male would think or do in certain situations.
A straight male would display strong negative feelings/emotions/actions if another male got too close to them or approached them in a provocative manner and probably more extreme reactions towards strangers. Add to that finding yourself in a female body that you did not want.....the feelings/emotions/actions would be amplified by several levels nearing towards hostility and paranoia towards other males.
If you are approaching it from from any other perspective than a straight male though the story does flow well for the most part. Some of the scenes can still be a bit long winded at times and seem forced or cringy for what the story has revealed so far.
Generally a decent game so far for what is available but definitely geared towards a more femenine MC playthrough