Voice performances are perfectly fine, while the game's soundtrack is entirely unobtrusive. As such, the soundscape is a little on the unremarkable side. Completely serviceable stuff, and that's about all there is to say about that.
Take a cursory look at Swansong, and it looks alright. Seeing it in motion, on the other hand, is altogether different. Character models and textures are fairly poor, but environments are relatively decent. Overall, it's not much of a looker.
At first, Swansong can seem enormously daunting, the game hurling you into a maelstrom of characters, stats, dice-rolling nonsense, and such. You'd be forgiven for giving up early-on, but it's a game that proves rewarding in the long term.
Occasionally, Swansong can feel like it's dragging on a bit, and frequent glitches can make a frustrating game more so. At one point, I lost a bunch of save data and had to start over. However, it seems that the day one patch has ironed out a few issues.
For the most part, Swansong's list has many of the game's bases covered. Having said that, trophies for making different decisions, which, in turn encourage multiple playthroughs, aren't particularly appealing. One playthrough was enough, thanks.