This game is a scam.
There. I said it. I tried to come up with a nicer way of saying it, but I just can't sugar-coat the truth. This game is a complete and total rip-off, and here's why...
They're charging full price for a game that isn't just unfinished, but shows no signs of ever being finished. Simply put, the game is trying to follow the pattern of timely episodic releases popularized by Telltale Games. There's just two problems with that:
1) You can't buy individual episodes. The only purchasing option on Steam is a full Season Pass. You can't buy the first episode for $5 and then decide if you like it enough to buy the rest. Nope, it's all or nothing.
2) Releases have been anything but timely. The first two episodes came out in January and May 2013. The third was released in May of 2014. There is no announced release date for the fourth.
Think about that for a second. They are charging full price for a game that has been only 60% done for over a year. Early Access games wish they could get away with this.
What's worse is that game critics have been tripping over themselves trying to heap praise on unfinished product, and it's not hard to see why. The visual are striking, the music perfectly captures the feeling of rural Kentucky, and the story certainly has me on edge for the next two episodes...
What's been delivered is certainly worth an 8/10. Unfortunately, since two fifths of the game is missing, that gets dinged down to a 4.8/10. Until the developers get their ♥♥♥♥ together, I suggest you turn your attention elsewhere.