Horrible controls, horrible camera angles. When it isn't being a long, boring, quick-time-event based cutscene, it's being a watered-down, hard-to-control version of The Sims, minus any charm or enjoyable aspect. In the fourty-five minutes I played (my friend's PS3 froze and I felt no compulsion to start again), I didn't encounter any interesting characters or scenery. The voice acting varied between better-than-average and absolutely horrible (some of the dialogue is obvious cut apart from longer bits, meaning it doesn't flow nicely). The characters look nice, but they almost never emote at all, and the tears look like greasy sweat more than anything.
So, yeah, it sucks. That is, unless it got drastically better after the point I gave up on it.