Good story + Cell-shaded graphics - The usual use of sword fights and magic = AWESOME GAME
jmigueli wrote this review on .
For some impatient players, this game might be a problem for you... because you might not like how the battles progress at first. Each battle starts by showing an overview of the battle map and where your units are positioned and also where the enemy units are positioned. From there, when its your turn, looking at a top Point- of-View perspective, select the unit you want to move and/or attack. Upon selecting the unit, it then shifts to 3rd person Point-of-View. Another problem some players MAY notice is that when the story is told, it is shown per episode. Like in one chapter, there are 5 episodes shown one at a time. (it is not shown altogether at once. You have to select the next episode to play after the previous one has been shown)
These are the only problems I have encountered/ noticed while playing the game. It does take you a while before you get used to it but after sometime, it wont be bothersome. Indeed, this game GROWS ON YOU