I hope you enjoy it, Mad. It will probably startle you in an unexpected way fairly early on. The voices and sound are very well done. The graphics may look primitive at first glance, but they actually work very well with the game.
It's not a point-and-click but it's not a 3D game either. You move with the Left and Right Arrow keys. You look closer at things with the Up Arrow (a picture of the Up Arrow appears on screen when there's something to look at). Labels pop up on screen when you're close enough to something to interact with it. You move to inventory with the Down Arrow, and move between items with the Left and Right Arrows. You move between conversation choices with the Up and Down Arrows. The Enter key selects objects in inventory or conversation choices.
Not everyone is going to enjoy the game because of the real and implied violence -- but it's not gratuitous. It's not a "fun" game, but it's one where the story and characters are so believable that you may find yourself thinking about them outside the game.