As I said at the beginning of the review, you're probably better off purchasing The Spirit Engine 2. But if you want a free game, one that gives you a basic feel for what you'll experience in the much-improved sequel, you have nothing to lose (other than time and a bit of hard drive space). I enjoyed playing through the game, but its remaining so unrefined hurts it on an objective level. Fans of independent developers will almost definitely enjoying messing around with this game, but "mainstream" gamers may not see what's so special about it. The sequel, however, might just win over even the most eye-candy-addicted Square Enix nut of an RPG Fan.