Game is interesting and I quite enjoyed the story. The concepts is also quite nice, but the issue is the games control mechanic can be quite buggy. I have run into multiple occasions where hitting the right button for an action did not yield said action under some circumstances. In my opinion it was not put through a rigorous enough beta testing. If you have a large amount of patience and don't mind repeating the same thing over and over again ( the lack of a way to skip listening to NPCs talking about the mission makes this more annoying) then you will prob love it. I personally don't like wasting my time doing something over and over again when its not a issue with my playing skills but with the game itself. As I did enjoy the story I will be trying the others in this series it's just this one.
My greatest criticism of the game was that the controls were rather unfamiliar to me. As someone who's played many a sandbox adventures and RPGs, the controls of this game seemed awkward and counter-intuitive; they could have been simplified in many different ways. Overall, I found the story to be very interesting but difficult to grasp at times. In my opinion, the game doesn't hold a candle to "Dishonored" or "The Saboteur," but it's still worth a shot for anyone who likes to stealthily and cleverly kill jag-offs like a ninja.