For those who played the game, it’s… That point, trying to be serious/dramatic.
For those who didn’t or are still new, I won’t spoil it.
And all I’m thinking is how much better this would have been, or how I would care, if Tiara wasn’t written like a complete tool, or properly developed. It felt like it just dived into the plot-point like: “L-look, do you care about Tiara now?! Feel sorry! The aloof protagonist is upset too!”
No, I don’t. In fact, it makes me wanna rewrite your awful script for her, Idea Factory. I felt more sorry for Emily, who was encountered earlier and written in a more likable manner than Tiara, despite not being a main character. (so far)
It amazes me how Mugen Souls Z, a game by the same company, did a much better job at it.
Plus I also wish this was like Final Fantasy IV where partners could come and go as the plot progresses, a problem all IF/CH games have, there’s too much that doesn’t need to be there and the game forgets about.