caution: this review contains just about every spoiler in villnoire.
instead of meaningfully challenging the hereditary monarchy or societal attitudes that created and entrenched vorian, villnoire mostly uses the notion of systemic violence to absolve the protagonist of culpability for his participation in genocide.
what do bad ones deserve? if villnoire believed forgiveness was meant to for the worst of the worst, it would show it. the opportunity to have second chances, to learn and grow and do better, the right to prove your deep-down goodness is available on-screen only for those we already know to be fundamentally good. the fate of bad people doesn't matter enough to warrant concern or camera, as long as there's compassion for the good. that isn't forgiveness. that isn't justice, love, or revolution. that's just solipsism.
for more thoughts on the game, read dari's review at indie hell zone.