This really should have just been an animation. There's no interactivity, there's no story or characters to get immersed or invested in; in other words, there's no GAME here, and what little game there is, is so sluggish, poorly-paced and dull that it hurts its own message. Worse, it uses such overly-exaggerated caricatures of the debate that it doesn't actually explore the piracy problem at all, it just puts a cliched soundtrack on a cliched scenario and instead of "innocent children caught in the crossfires of war" we have "content creators who deserve to get paid".
On the plus side, though, the backgrounds were lovely.
Skip this, and go play Game Dev Tycoon.