Keep renaming it. Keep adding version numbers. Call it a sequel. Whatever you have to do in order to sell the same junk one more time. With how little effort is put into making these clones, I can't justify putting any effort into reviewing them. Instead, let's go into how they managed to break a game that was already been published months ago in much better shape.
The shader for your soon-to-be sidekick is semi-transparent, but only in parts. This could be played off as intentional, but then they would have to fix her face.
The lag is noticeable. The game is more or less fully automated, but you wouldn't know it from the beginning unless you happen to tap the quest a couple times during a battle. You'll notice how random attacks start happening and suddenly the game begins playing on its own.
Once you reach the town, the choppy scenes turn into seemingly misplaced floating characters that act as dialog. The idea of trying to have fully animated dialog is nice, but having shared text that follows a highlight can easily become confusing.
The environments are high-quality, but moving then becomes a bit choppy. There is no reason for this with high-end hardware, unless the game is investing more processing power into a single building than all of the characters around it.
There are a number of other mechanical errors, such as random partial letterboxing, glitches when a dialog begins, etc. It is almost like the entire game was rebuilt with spare parts. I hope that after numerous tries at making the same title, one of them is eventually finished. It seems like it could be a nice game if they didn't keep starting over.