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Amazing story, amazing game, incredibly moving. Buy it now. If you haven't already, BUY IT NOW. You will not regret it. Goddamn this game was just the most emotional thing I've ever had the pleasure to play.
It's not that it was a bad game. No. I couldn't finish it because I lost all reason to do so. To put it simply and spoiler-free, the main "protagonist", if he can be called that, and one of his subordinates lost all reason to continue and were merely fighting for no reason. They forgot why they had come there in the first place, and instead stopped caring at all. That's why. I didn't need to know the end. That was the symbolic end of the game for me. That should say a lot about why you should play this game in itself.
It's scary while it lasts. As soon as you find out that 3/4 of the enemies don't roam and instead, disappear after they get away from you, the game loses all of it's scare factor. Plus, the monsters are simply not scary. Confronting one is usually just a source of frustration, and in no way is it particularly scary. Give it a pass and go play Penumba.