Only typo I can recall seeing thus far is from the guard near the steps in the throne room of Hollpatent. He advises you about equipping your gear, but says 'obatin' instead of 'obtain', yo.
Mind, that's right at the start, so you probably already noticed it
Cool demo so far, yo.EDIT:
Okay, I just got to the end of the demo (and am now retyping what I originally had here since going to the full editor decided to wipe it all away for whatever stupid reason) and through the course of it have found what I think to be a sizable bug
It goes like this: if you go to the item shop to sell something, pick the character you want to sell from, cancel out but choose to keep selling and then pick another character, the window of the first character you brought up will stay. If you choose to sell something from what is shown, you get the money for that item, but the item in the same place of the person you chose is the one that gets removed.
Example: the hero has a chain sickle in the second spot of his inventory, while the princess has a medical herb in her second spot. You choose to sell from the hero, cancel, keep selling, and then select the princess. The hero's window is still shown, you select the chain sickle, sell it, but it stays in your inventory while the herb is removed.
... it's very exploitable, as you can probably tell
It can also be problematic, since you can remove important items from your inventory (like the pendant and keys). The game crashes if the spot in the unseen inventory is empty. Also, it seems that the item removal might not happen if the spot chosen to select from has an equipped item in it? When I was doing it at length the princess had lost her own sickle, but the top two items in her inventory were her equipped leather armor and shield, and no loss occurred as I kept selling the hero's sickle at the top of his items, so I sort of got into a loop of gold-making while losing no more items for it.
So yeah, unless DWII had a similar glitch, this seems like something that could use a little work. Sorry for ruining everyone's fun with this for later
Beyond that, though, the demo's cool. I might go back to level up some more, see if the princess learns anything else, maybe see if there are some monsters I didn't encounter. The game seems to be shaping up great, yo.
Edited by PantheonSasuke, 22 July 2013 - 08:52 AM.