One of the most emotionally evocative experiences I have had in a long time. A tale of sin, love and honor in space.
What really draws you in is the sense of mystery but what holds you is the concept of moral ambiguity. The game strongly focuses its razor sharp edge on the idea of sin and if some things can ever be forgiven. I never stopped feeling connected to the characters and their struggles. I found it increasingly more and more appealing to actually read the plethora of logs to understand the views and thoughts of the different characters especially since the games sets the world up in such a way that may remind most of the past even though it is sequestered in the distant future. The only problem I found in this game is the lack of any direction. You can actually complete this game in about 10-20 minutes if I recall correctly if you do not try to explore. However thankfully there is a progress meter that is shown when you save.
The average time to get through this with reading all the logs is somewhere around 3-6 hours depending on how fast you read. I strongly suggest this to anyone with a heart and a desire to unravel a disdained love story across time and space.