I was going to do it, but the battle system is, apparently, the one that's used in The Way, and I just couldn't get my head around it. That's a shame because it looks a very interesting game and so far no one has commented on it except me.
So I tried to do a Let's Play video but it turned out really bad. Plus, I can't get it to import right so that I could edit out some of the very worst parts... I'm a little disappointed, but in the heart of this event is to provide feedack, so I wrote up a text summary for now.
Here is the link to my review of Crescentia. It seemed like the perfect game for me to play
^Huh? Where does it say 800? I thought it was 500, and even that's not set in stone according to the rules. So long as feedback is in-depth and thoughtful, I personally don't see why it'd be a problem.
Despite time and all the other things I am working on, I decided that I am going to start a Fire Emblem-like project. Follow your dreams! I'll just have to balance hours efficiently. I'm also not making this as complex as my Might and Magic inspired project, so it will be a much easier project to work on.
So I've taken to doing a test of the game, and making a list of everything I think of during the test to add/fix. Over the course of the night I check them off as I do them, and by the end of the night I always feel like I've accomplished something.