Ok, here's an honest review because I actually like this game. It just has some negatives as with anything else.
Great graphics, actually legitimately looks like a PS2 game with modern lighting engine.
Oh my god the soundtrack! The soundtrack is awesome and really set the mood.
Atmosphere in the cabin and woods later in the game was very naturally placed and legitimately felt real and foreboding.
Voice acting is weak. My dude sounds like TTS.
Writing is weak. There is a serious lack of creativity in the notes and voice lines. Neither sound like a human wrote/said them. It all is just generic.
Stop the auto guiding. The only time I felt it was necessary is when the main character was stumbling around at the end. It kept me from exploring the world of your game. In a horror game, especially one that's supposed to be minutes long, environmental story telling is vital to the experience. You've already nailed the atmosphere, now take advantage of it and tell a story with it.