Yeah, actually. Obviously more polish and less clunky movement etc. is needed, but for a concept, it's astonishingly high quality, and it's definitely what I most desired for the games. Hell, even just in general for the series, too.
Dynamic animations for moves, good graphics that'd certainly only improve in the hands of professionals, and with actual lighting (Palkia's wing casts a shadow on its body for example, rather than it being built into the texture), Mega Evolution, proper scaling both in the models and in the environment, follower Pokemon that doesn't look nor run like shit, and physics with the clothing that are independent to the model. Such a travesty it is that that was too much to ask for, so much so that Platinum, a 15 year old game, will remain the definitive representation of such a rich region. Pokemon fans truly do live in the worst timeline.