Mainly the demo story centers around Dorius and Moriaty two members of an elite team of magic users known as Combat Specialist. From the way it comes across Combat Specialist are like a police force governer with keeping peace in the world where the game takes place. The demo covers their first assignment where you are hunting down a criminal.
The gameplay is pretty standard for an Rpg with a few added details. You move through a dungeon with unseen random encounters (except a few guard battles at specific places), solve puzzles(the particular puzzle in the game had you finding the proper sequence of switches to open the door into the next area. Quite challenging until you figure it out.), and find items to help you in chests.
The battle system is where it really adds details:
First off, your characters have access to "limit" moves on top of of their special moves. Though, you can see these moves you must first charge up their limit gauge by attacking and using special moves in battle. Once you do these moves are quite powerful, but costly on Mp, which to me was a low point. I feel if I have to charge up a gauge to use my limits then I should not need to spend half my mana pool just to use the move.
Second, Dorius has the ability to learn to steal potions which is quite cheap on Mp and helps you restock on your potions, as long as you can survive. Monsters are quite tough in the game making you have to use strategy to get through.
One word: Beautiful
This is why I gave the review the title I did. The graphics in this game are quite beautiful. It felt like I was playing a commercial game. The dungeon was nicely built and the side-view battle system was quite detailed.
The music was enjoyable to listen to also. From what I read at the end, it was taken from many popular games like Resident Evil, Final Fantasy, etc. It was put together quite nicely.
Combat Specialist is a nicely built game with many interesting features and I look forward to seeing the full game. I would like to sse the Limits not cost so much, if anything, after all the work of building up the gauge. But really that is my only complaint.