Strikes a good gameplay balance of being challenging enough to be engaging, but not so challenging as to be frustrating. (Save for the occasional surprise crit taking out a unit, which happens in all Fire Emblem-likes; I recommend playing on casual mode.)
The world building is well done, providing a setting with its own flair. Though it does frontload a lot of exposition, making it a bit hard to keep track of which country is where, who is affiliated with whom, etc. Depends on how many proper nouns the player can process at a time.
The characters are currently all standard archetypes for the genre, but they're decently written, varied and have room to grow. The antagonists are somewhat flat, but bit characters tend to be in the genre; Hopefully the main antagonists get fleshed out.
Aside from a few spelling errors and the transformation only just starting at the end of the demo, I've no complaints. Well, except for the next update being so far away, since the game successfully left me wanting more.
This game is really solid. Tougher game than other games that's found on here. I love slow transformations and is interesting to see how the transformations will continue to play out. It's a nice surprise to see what the game had. Wanted to continue even though I had to restart plenty of times. Excited for the next content update.
Exclent start so far, cant wait for more
It's only a start so far, but I'd say it's off to an excellent start! I'll be following this one for sure. I look forward to the next update!