It is quite clear this game was misplaced in the action section when it truly should have been in something along the lines of Simulation, as the game is at its core a visual novel and one that seems to emphasize explaining what the individual says before they say it which gets very tiring.
And as far as visual novels go, this is one that certainly wouldn't appeal to my heterosexual tastes as the main character is a girl crossdressing in feudal Japan who can romance one of six different love interests. Wacky Shenanigans to ensue! But the wackiness that would encourage further reading is bogged down by aforementioned needless explanations. Luckily, the in-game encyclopedia is helpful to anyone who isn't familiar with the time period or the phrases used, which makes the game more enriching than standard visual novel fare possibly.
On it's own as a game, however, it's guaranteed to give hours of fun same as a book would, but it'd be one of those corny romance novels with the Hercules in a torn shirt on the cover. So if you're into that kinda thing, then this'll be the best you'll come across on Gamefly, possibly.
this game is like one of those books where you read so far in and you get to choose what to do and the story goes from there you don't get to play at all, it is a great game if all you want to do is read but there is no player control'd action