It's not a very long game , a good 5 hours I'd say, but it has plenty of Replay value with 6+ Endings which most add to the over all lore of the story - I chose on ending for the Stream which I think is the most compelling but its hardly the one which gives the biggest resolve. I actually quite like the length, sometimes it's nice to have games you can play within a single sitting or two - Not every game has to be a 100+ hour grind-fest.
Yeah it seems to be based off of Germany, it's a setting which has really stuck with me. It's really neat to see how it varies through the different time-zones. Along with the familiarity of the Towns folk and their relatives.
I don't normally like Point & Click type Adventure games due to the mechanics, but this game you control Eike via the D-pad and I never found myself getting stuck and not wanting to go back - Even when I died on my Stream It was often from indulging in my exploration on a time limit per mission. It really rewards exploration as there's a lot to see which you could easily overlook.
I had a a blast playing it, sadly it's not compatible with Windows 10 So I have it installed on my Windows 7 PC - I have the PS2 version but that freezes on my Backwards compatible PS3. The PSP version is decent but I prefer the voice acting in the original version - If you you have a set up for an original Xbox or PS2 I highly recommend it.
It is actually quite refreshing seeing a game that is short. I still haven't watched the full play through all the way through (I hadn't realised you'd already finished when I wrote my first reply) but I like games like this so when I get a moment I'll come back here and watch more of it . Aspects of the premise reminds me of Life is Strange.
I don't know if my PS2 is in working order for myself.