Today's the first chance I've had to get properly stuck into it. Like Jez says, it's kind of like reading a book when it should be a game. I'm five hours in and I've only been to a handful of places and I've not had a single fight (and only two opportunities where I could have started a fight). It looks like there are plenty of game mechanics but they're hardly ever used other than things like persuading people in conversations.
It's not bad. The writing is good (aside from the constant use of "myriad" - they need a thesaurus, desperately) and the setting has some interesting concepts. I'm just not convinced it's a game. There's also a sense of it being intentionally too weird at times. In PS:T there were plenty of highly unusual and esoteric things, but there were also plenty of everyday people going about their business, which made the unusual stuff more memorable and interesting. In this it feels like every single person is massively odd for the sake of it, and it can get tiresome. I'd like to talk to someone normal who acknowledges that all the weird stuff going on around me is, in fact, weird.
I may be being too harsh, because I am enjoying it. I think it may be best played in short bursts though.
"This boy is depriving a village of an idiot."