Graphics are very colourful and painterly except for game play elements), we're playing the 4 seasons after all. The premise is, (This game is based on the popular Eastern Europe fairytale "The 12 months") you are a traveler who has help free all of the months from a witch's curse or esle the new year won't come. Like most of the fantasy games I have reviewed so far....artistic direction is rich, imaginative and gorgeousness however the unique hallmark is the blending of multicultural elements. Each month is uniquely rendered as a prince or princess with their own costuming theme and castle which is blending imagination, and various different cultural traits in what I consider is an interesting visual style. For example, April is a Japanese style flower princess, dressed in a pink kimono living in a massive floating Edo style palace; December is a Siberian style prince living in a fantasy version of St Basil's cathedral with the northern lights int he sky and September is a Western European autumn style lady living in a floating wine estate. Obviously the artists were having fun with "blending the ingridients" to personify each month and in turn each season, fairytale wise.
I don't have bad to say about this game other then same hardcore gamers might find the gameplay repetitive and some months maybe interpreted by some as clinche. For me this was a enjoyable game espeically on the fantastical fantasy like art front.
Here's the trailer from Big Fish's Youtube channel