There is no multiplayer here, except the eventual downloadable content.
What I played so far is outstanding, a production quality on the same level as Mass Effect and Assasin's Creed. Like those two, a lot of work went into this piece.
The main character, Kaim is immortal and has lived over 1,000 years and (dun dun duuuun!) is amnesiac. His memories return to him in the form of dreams, which are beautifully written and delivered.
With that in mind, get ready to read. A LOT. Dream sequences are long, but well worth it, in my opinion. Each one takes you back in time, to another place and reveals the pain involved with living without end.
Not many games will make you care about the character you play. This one pulls it off very well.
The music is spot on, by reknown composer Nobuo Uematsu who also worked on Blue Dragon. Each piece ties connects you with the action on screen, as well as the location your party travels through.
The places you will travel are breathtaking, each with its own sense of history and vibe.
I'm still on disc 1 (there are 4) and I'm enjoying taking my time with this one. Little Roe and I enjoy going through it together, and she insists on reading the dream sequences outloud :)
Who am I to discourage her from reading?