A couple of points here:
1) I'm a huge Stardock fanboy. I own most of their games. I will always support them and pre-purchase to reward them for being a great company. Great games, awesome employees/owner who are always listening and actually take responsibility for mistakes (e.g. free upgrade path when they delivered a bad game). They are always polite and listen to our suggestions/complaints. They pour their hearts and soul into the game because they love what they do. This means they've earned our respect. So the OP is way out of line with that kind of attitude/approach. It's a crime because it is so easy to write a crappy post - and so hard to actually dream/write/fund/create/support a game. And people like this ruin it for the rest of us by demoralizing good people like those at Stardock who are trying to do the right thing. You can't find a better game company out there.
2) That being said, I do have some criticism about this game (and FELH). I have reported a frequent, reproducible crash (and I'm talking about sometimes I have hard boot to get out of it). I reported it in Beta. And I've been labeled as an "edge case" (though very politely - tech support did try and were very responsive). The problem is, I play literally 100s of games and NOTHING like this happens. My machine is only for playing games. It's very clean, drivers up to date (motherboard, Video card, everything), etc. Nothing overclocked. Good power supply, water cooled, etc. Sure Skyrim occasionally crashes (to desktop) when modded and Civ V (first month it was out) would overheat my video card (on my old machine anyway). But under Windows 8.1 and a relatively new/high end machine - nothing I play causes anything like this. And it happens when I play FE (though I play exclusively with mods so I don't report it). But my point here is that I feel that they are doing something wrong, something not recommended, or something nobody else does, or taking some short cut - whatever. And it may not effect most people (though there is at least one other similar complaint in the forums). It is a quality issue (in my humble opinion) and something that shouldn't be happening with a 1.0 (I would be fine, of course, with game play/balance issues or some small bug with a workaround - I expect this from any new game). I can't finish the game (final battle always crashes) and I don't want to (but will eventually) have to request a refund. Even if it is some obscure driver/setting/unique situation on my PC - I still ask myself "why is it the only game I play that causes my video card to literally stop working?".
If I'm wrong, I will be happy to apologize publicly (and sing even more Stardock praises for finding it). But as of now, I'm just disappointed I can't enjoy what would have been a great game.