Well, having just beaten the second boss, I gotta say I'm a little disappointed.
You had the prime chance to introduce Kenji Satou to his most dangerous foe, or rather foes. A pair of blue and pinked haired succubi, one of whom who may or may not be a female duplicate of such a manly hero, meant to replace him in a feminist-regime ruled world.
Honest thoughts though, I didn't have any real issues with controls. It felt good enough to control and attack, though I never did figure out what pushing the up arrow did (must not of been anything too amazing, at least I'm hoping so). That second boss can be a real bugger, but once you get the timing down on how long a certain attack takes to go off, its not all that hard, specially since there is no blindness trick tossed in near the last part of the fight, just dodging said attack and hoping a certain other attack isn't flying about at the same time.
A shame you haven't played much of the series though. You could of put in some neat little easter eggs into the game, specially since the area this is based off of in Symphony had a few nice things. Heck, first time I played it, I was expecting Hisao to come running in for a revive when I first died. Heck, if you beat Lily without using any items or dying, you should of got Kenji's epic optical blast.