On the whole, I would recommend Seasons After Fall to anyone looking for another pretty indie platformer. Seasons After Fall certainly holds its own (minus the glitches) against other favorites within the genre, but doesn’t do enough to truly surpass its counterparts. Still, it can be quite calming and engaging for a short period of time and is certainly worth the playthrough for anyone looking for a new platformer.
All things considered, The Lion’s Song debut episode isn’t bad, just lacking. I’m hopeful that the next episodes will be a bit more interesting, and I would certainly be willing to give the next one a try once it releases on Steam.