Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "From the moment it was announced I was entranced by Octopath Traveler (who’s real name we don’t even know yet). For one, it’s hard to ignore the game’s visuals which feature 16-bit visuals like Final Fantasy IV and VI mixed in with modern elements creating a blend of new and old that can only be described as arresting. And then there’s the fact that the game is being developed by the team that brought us both Bravely Default and Bravely Second, two of the best traditional RPGs released in recent memory. So when Nintendo announced that a special demo was available on the Switch, I just knew I had to check it out. Here are my impressions."