And? Seriously, Miyazaki is a one note band. Oh, sure he tells some great stories, I love Pon Poko and Spirited Away, but his constant whining over the world's ecological state is getting tiresome.
As for Ghibli itself, yeah, it's great that it managed to graphically present their anime style into a video game, but graphics don't make great game, just a pretty one. And while, yes it is very pretty, the actual game play is the 'push button watch minor animation cut scene', a style of gameplay that was the staple of the 16 bit era, one that Square mastered, and has been trying to get away from (with varying degrees of failure) since.
I need more interactivity than what I've played through so far. It's pretty, but it's also pretty basic. It's mediocre at best. But I only played the demo, maybe it gets better, I don't know yet.
Look, I understand that both the art studio and the game developer have something of a reputation, but so did Square, so it's not a guarantee of quality. I'm going to wait until the reviews are in.