I enjoyed playing this game, the plot was unique and interesting. Clearly the writers had very ambitious ideas when they formulating the plot, but in places it was overly ambitious, leaving me quite confused as the player.
At points it wasn't clear who the characters were talking about though and the interchanging between "He" and "She", really didn't help matters. Simply speaking I think their were too many characters for the writers to deal with, which ended up with untimely deaths and loose ends at the conclusion of the game as they were most likely rushing to finish it all.
This game is best when the main character, Saijo, is talking and interacting to his friends, where there are loads of witty one liners that will leave most people in stitches. All in all I would take this game with a pinch of salt, it is most definitly worth a play (especially if you can find it in a bargain bin, like I did), but beware that there is a number of flaws with the plot and story telling that really lets down the production.