This game is still pretty good, even after 2 years from its launch. I don't play a lot of Visual Novels, so I can't call it the best VN ever (This is also my first horror game that I've played without laughing at random nonsense with my friends). But I can say that it has made me consider looking into some more of these.
(+) The horror doesn't rely on jumpscares, but rather fucks with your mind as the game reaches the end, and that's pretty cool
(+) Like the art
(+) The music not only helps as background music for the non-horror segments and are very memorable, but the horror tracks are just really creepy
(+) There are some paths you can go to make the game play slightly different
(-) The game has two endings, but the choices regardless don't impact it at all
NOTE: This review may not have my same views on the game after the final build is complete and launched to the public. This initial review is just my thoughts on the Steam Game Festival demo.
DEMO THOUGHTS (23rd March 2020):
I enjoyed it, thought it was great so far. The hand-drawn art style is beautiful, you get a good variety of playstyles despite only 4 characters, and the combat plays pretty good once you get the moves memorized after a long while. The boss fight was tough and satisfying enough of a challenge.
So far, I'm really liking it, and I'm ready to see what else gets added as the game reaches closer to its finished state.