Holy, just got past the tutorial summoning and decided to review this. The moment I enter the game, my my, the music and sound effects are horrible, especially the quality. Game is laggy, those typical kind of game that's not well optimized and the translation was slighly bad, but that's normal because most Korean game translated poorly. Don't even care for the story, I came to play because of the rewards from QooApp events, so, nice try Mr.Qoo.
All bad things aside, you can bind account with QooApp and Twitter (yeah, FB too). Most importantly, the CV was Korean, I love that. The character artstyle was likable and some are lovable. That's all there is to it, I don't know, but in my perspective, there is nothing worth mentioning beyond this. Enjoy, if you can, haha.
Gotta admit, after giving this game several hours a go, it's actually fun but in a stupid and ridiculous way. I was actually immersed in the game just because Koreans CV. Perhaps this is what it feels like to be a fans of something, I genuinely haven't felt this way in a long time. So, I'm biased in that sense.
All characters are upgradable to the max stars, so that's a plus. What makes it more interesting is the deployment, need to learn characters lining buff to utilize their ability to the fullest. This kind of thing is what I missed since the last time I played Girls Frontline. BGM kinda bearable after sometime getting used to it, still enjoyable without SFX.
You will find upgrade cost especially skill upgrade really pricey, so I suggest you to participate in QooApp gift events to get plenty of needed resources for starter. Still adapting to the messy layout and bad UI.