I decided to give the trial version a try, to see if it was worth the $19.99 I'd have to pay for the full version.
The only reason I would buy the game would be to find out what's going on in the town. What the horn is, and why it has such an affect on people.
For the hour I got to play the game, the only acting that was worth writing home about was the ghost hunter group. The medium's performance is way to cheesy for my taste.
While I do play HOs I'm not fond of the type in this, or any other, game. It's harder for me to pick out things from photo type images than those with actual 3D models.
What puzzles I did encounter in that hour were OK, I guess. The one needing to be solved in order to see the medium was just a matter of finding the correct information. Getting into the records room was just trial and error, and observing.
As to the graphics I saw within that hour, eh, I've seen better. But they aren't intolerable.
As to what's going on, that would, as I said, be the reason I'd buy the game. But since other things have to be taken care of first, it may be some time before I do buy the game.
If something gets your goat, it just proves you have a goat to get.