It is best to think of these as novels rather than games. More specifically they are in the vein of the Chose your own Adventure books I adored so much as a kid. And like them the first in this series(Heroes Rise: Prodigy) has a bit of railroading going on. You might just want to scream at the main character.
That said I enjoyed this third installment much better than the first one in the series. Since it is the end of the main character's story the choices have been opened up a great deal and you really get to feel as if you are shaping the world you are in. In addition at first glance it appears there are many carryovers from your choices in the first two of the series, thus lending more weight to those decisions that may have felt pointless at the time. I am not sure how much that actually effects though since I only went through all three games once.
That said while I am divided on whether I would recomend the first installment, and while I am kinda meh on the Hero Project, this third installment I can say is truely an epic end. It is nice to see something end strongly for a change. All to often the last installment, or chapter of a story feels like a let down. It is rather hard to end something well. And for all the faults some find with Heroes Rise's start, it ends in HeroFall on a very solid note.