Okay, that intro was actually really freaking awesome. The title screen is on some Nintendo-type design. The Estavius track really made me think of Legend of Zelda, even though I'm not a fan of it, it seems like one of those songs due to the flute and the harmonization just to name one song I thoroughly enjoyed. The art gallery was really neat and added a lot. I could go on about that, but this review is already long enough as is and I didn't even touch on the main game yet. The artwork in the game is really well done. The in game design seems quite different compared to EBF5 showing lots of improvement over 9-10 years. For example, you don't seem to have a map in this game, the characters and background aren't as detailed, not to mention, just everything in general. The fading of the building when I go into it is just, wow, that's a LOT of improvement in quality. The battles sure are different as well, only if slightly. I guess Lance's salute is iconic, but Natalie's victory pose's seem a bit different. Maybe because Lance is blocking her. Potions in this game is also a classic choice for a strategy game like this. I didn't play much, honestly, I probably only played ten minutes in total, but this shows how much improvement you've obtained in nine years. Really dope stuff man. I'll have to check out some other types of games from you.