It's truly bizarre. Despite the characters being generic, and frustrating, and a lot of the soundtrack being quite painful to listen to, I still really enjoyed this game. The world you're placed in is interesting, filled with secrets you slowly unveil, which can really keep you hooked. The combat system is very easy to learn, but near impossible to master; you have to control two characters, on separate screens, combing touch screen slides and taps, along with furious button mashing. Your combat style is very open to customisation, and the game is very forgiving if you have a bad fight, so there's nothing to lose from trying out something new, so you can play around and fight a hundred battles in a row without it feeling too grindy. Considering this, following all the side quests is genuinely fun, which is good as the story is only maybe 10 hours long so it's nice to have some padding in there. If you can look past uniteresting character writing, and would like to try something new, gameplay-wise, then this is definitely a game worth checking out.