Hi, thanks for "playing", I guess. I'm aware that the infodump is quite useless and it's not a good start. I regret that decision (this game came out in 2015 and, growing up, I started disliking many things of the game) and now I'd probably make a more dynamic introduction to the game, maybe expanding the "run on the roofs" section.
The ripped assets were a thing back then so I didn't mind using stuff found on the internet, but just FYI, I made all the art (drawings, main characters and 99% of NPCs, faces, and so on). The game won 10 Misaos Awards in 2019 (rpgmaker.net annual contest), and it has two fanmade translations in Spanish and German. So, yeah, the years of hard work of the developer (and fans) are right there.
My problem with your comment is that I really can't conceive your approach to games (not just mines): you barely play 15 minutes (not 30, because you complain half the time about the minimal problems you find). I agree with some of your criticism, I'm the first one to acknowledge the problems, but you can't simply judge a whole game from its first 10 minutes, whether it's a 2 or 40 hours long game.
It just isn't the proper way to do reviews. You can stop calling them reviews, and maybe call them "first impressions", or maybe you can give games some more time to grow on you, instead of beginning your journey with a thick layer of arrogance and prejudice. I'm not mad, it's a genuine advice to enjoy some more games.