wait, "simple adventure game"? What's that supposed to mean
Now really, I love adventure games. I grew up playing LucasArts and Sierra adventures. I firmly believe that (graphical) adventure is the one genre that better represents the artistic features in computer games. The story IS the game, the visual style and interactions ARE the game, etc. These games are defined in terms of their artistic content, this is why gameplay is considered "simple" (point and click for example), even though it relies on puzzles and problem solving. OK end of adventure games rant!
So did you like it? I can't wait to get my hands on it.
It is really good. I had some quibbles with the story resolution for some of the characters, but found out that others saw a different scene which sounds like it worked better. The low price it goes for even without a sale is a bargain.
Blasphemy! It's not simple at all. Walking Dead has some of the best choice and consequence I've seen in a game.
Volsung, if you haven't played Vampire the Masquerade do yourself a favor and buy it.
Simple mechanics. It does have good choice and consequence, though like all games there is less than first appears. But the rails are hidden artfully. I liked it. Not my GOTY, which goes to Dishonored, but I'm happy I bought it.
I got Dear Esther in a flash sale, and that was a pretty unique experience. Well worth the pittance I paid for it.