Summary: I hated this. It's not a game, it's a slighty interactive movie. The "game" portion is great if you like Simon Says or an extremly limited Sims. They show an up arrow, you press up. That's all this is, the whole game. What the game says to press is not predictable which means, I can never get lost in the story. Even in the most intense parts, like fighting for my life, I can't really get into it because I have to watch for what button I need to press next.
Summary: I went into this game not knowing what to expect to an extent. Right out of the gate I didn't really like the game and I set it aside for awhile. I later came back and once you get past the slowish start/tutorial it really comes into a very unique and compelling experience. As you already probably know the gameplay is mainly comprised of QTE, although I normally don't really like QTE this is the only way I believe this game could've worked.