The Indie Game Website writes: "Most writers can attest to the fickle and frustrating nature of inspiration. One minute the perfect description is drifting in front of your eyes, and the next – ah, gone. Before you know you’ve described the artstyle as atmospheric more than is advisable and still you haven’t made so much as a peep about what actually happens in the game.
The characters of narrative point-and-click game The Lion’s Song, although not games journalists, know all about the internal struggle that is creative ambition. Originally published in 2016 on the PC, it’s about to get the Nintendo Switch treatment, and I can’t think of a game more deserving of it."