Despite being somewhat of a glitchy mess, I really enjoyed the setting, the characters and the interesting ripple effects that your choices have. The locked autosave definitely works against this game as a large part of its charm is being an RPG and seeing how your choices matter. Plus since it's easy to botch things up and miss optional content it takes away from the experience since the game is long enough that only the most dedicated would do multiple runs of it.
I ended up doing a pacifist run, not snacking on a single citizen which while hard (since I was so underleveled as a result) but it was worth it to see the best ending. I am tempted to go back and go full man-eater on the citizens if I ever feel like replaying it.
Like I said a while back, I definitely would be intrigued if the company were to make more games like this instead of their other stuff.