I'm currently playing through this and I would not recommend it unfortunately. Especially if you're a die hard Igavania fan you've seen all this before only much better. Some criticism:
The world is boring. There's some nice areas but they all blend into each other. There's no real interesting ways to access new areas (it even has key cards). There's a past/present version of the map but it fails to really do something with it even though the story pretends it does.
The story doesn't work very well. There's some vaguely interesting time travel ideas but it all feels very by the numbers. Characters are completely forgettable and most of the story is told via 'memory' text dumps.
The time stop mechanic as shown in the gif above is introduced in the beginning of the game and then forgotten about mostly.
Bosses are too easy. Some of them might have interesting mechanics but I didn't figure them out because they died from me standing there hitting them while tanking their damage (even though I'm specced for dealing damage and not defense).
The loot isn't very interesting. There's equipment that changes some stats, but it's hard to notice any effect. Also maybe I'm just unlucky but most stuff I pick up seems to be worse than what I already have. The weapons you use are orbs which come in a few different forms, some of these are pretty cool. I found myself using the same few for most of the game though. There's also a rudimentary upgrade system.
There's a quest system but most quests are standard go kill 10 of this or collect that for me.
The graphics look nice but there's some performance issues on Switch: in some area's (or moments?) frame rate will drop in the 10's. It's usually fixed when transitioning screen.
It's not actually a bad game, but it's just not interesting. I'm writing this not to put a downer on this thread but to warn anyone who like me loves these kind of games and is hoping to find some magic here that there isn't.