I liked this game from first sight, and I'm hooked. Unfortunately it doesn't run that well on larger levels on my crappy laptop, so I have to play on my desktop to really get engaged. Gameplay is brilliantly simple, possibly too simple but more on that later. The style and atmosphere is excellent, they hit the noir mystery feel from the start and stuck with it.
Gameplay and controls are simple and solid. The game lets you plan a nice path, and eases you into the system of deciding when to eat your cover. It's quite strategic, but easy enough to start playing. However, I do feel the Sentries are a bit strong. They spot you and almost immediately start firing with no warning. And the random-generation of maps means that some areas can be packed with Sentries, even your starting spot. There are no good luring or distracting mechanics so far in the game, so some stealth is a waiting-game of hoping they don't get a lucky pixel line of sight on you. That can be frustrating, but it's a roguelike, you're expected to die at the hands of RNG.
Aside from that balance issue, it's an engaging and innovative game that knows what it's doing. It's very polished and just fun to play repeatedly. There's a lot of content with different modes and progressive objectives. I'd easily recommend the game at -40%, it's a good value if you are at all interested by what you've seen.