Who I'm Following
I will never understand why Square Enix treats the female fanbase the way it does.
I expected this to be some type of RPG with us having some input when it comes to fighting. Maybe choose who to attack with, use skills, etc. instead there's mindless tapping with no skip button (why?) and all we basically do is watch the guys pose and then attack the monster with no say in what order they attack (that is something we can skip.) there is one cute scene with the cat, but that's about it.
there's a chat feature in which the guys talk to one another and you can read it but we don't get to say anything (why is the chat bubble even there?) and there's the guys at school hanging out but they don't talk or react when we tap on them.
the story and graphics are decent enough but as others have pointed out it isn't fully voiced so I'm just trying to figure out why they even bothered with the voice actors.
edit: after a year and some months it's finally ending. good. it lasted way too long to begin with.
I like the concept of the game including the story. The graphics are great for a mobile game from square, but that's as far as my compliments go for this game. The user interface is horribly cluttered, the combat mechanics are non-exisistent; meaning you literally do nothing during combat and the game plays by itself...boring and disappointing. Square Enix is just shoveling turds out their Tokyo office windows and hoping whoever's lap it falls into will just accept it without fail...but like many others here have stated; SE you gotta do better than this. So many SE games this year have just been total letdowns...oh well, time to uninstall this letdown too.