After having read a rather negative review on the game from a "Steam friend" about tech problems with the game I thought that I would try the game to see how it worked on my PC.
I Haven't had a single problem with this game. I uses FireFox (updated) on Win 7 , 64 bit .
I really don't like music going on all the time through the game so I killed the music at lower left of menu after a while...
Game appears to be a relatively short game but it might depend a lot on the decisions made..
The game allows for sawing at any point and you leave to menu without saving and restart from the save which will allow you to try different approaches from save point without having to start all over.
"Soul Gambler" is a game that will be best enjoyed by people that likes to try out different strategies and who don't mind fast forwarding through sequences seen before. Also the distribution of character points in beginning of game is also of importance to possible outcome of choices taken of available ones in game. I could write a suggestion here what not to spend character points on from start but that would be ruining the game...
I thought it quite alright. Rather short - the way I played it at least - but I might try it again with different character distribution points setup and / or partly making other choices to see how it alters the game story..
A major annoyance for me was that the Steam overlay didn't work why I couldn't take any screenshots using Steam overlay.
It is not a game that I think is worth a lot or a game that I think is having that much re-playability , but if you got it cheap then I suggest that you look at the bright sides of the game like that it got some nice comic book pictures , but do not expect anything more than an interactive comic book... (You will be able to learn about the game by playing it which will enable you to replay game with possibilities of an , at least partly, altered storyline).