I can't hate the game too much since it is still new but, The choices feel as free as the ones you would get in "current" Bethesda games. Like Yeah I can say "Yes" "Yes (sarcasm)" or "No" and Other then a new dialogue section from only ONE of those chooses. It all leads to the same thing. Perhaps when the game is finished the way you reply will effect the end game with the girls but for now it all feels like a False sense of freedom. Other then that the art work looks great and I got to say the back grounds aren't that bad either. Now I think you should have more characters in it besides the three girls having there own Personal design we should see other lesser students so we get the feel the school is bigger and perhaps even give use a few small yet important conversation with them in order to build up a team if we refuse to join Ylasse perhap? Also I aint saying make gay stuff but It would be nice to have a few Guy buddies in the dorm in game so it feels a little more nature in a school setting. Like having Ylasse just walk around in the assassin dorm could lead to some situations where some are sneaking around following her and perhaps you notice or maybe one where the next room over has there resident watching the two talk and jokingly says "Don't worry bro I'll make sure to turn the TV up next time I hear her over" It can just add that little bit of liveliness I feel many lack. Like that could even lead to a different reaction from her based off how your relationship is. Like she is negative at you she glares at the stranger. Neutral at you, she could just look at you and if she is more negative make an annoyed look and if neutral positive leaning make a slight smile. And if Positive She replies with a clear blush on her face as she tries to come up with a sarcastic reply.
Now I ain't saying you. need to do any of this. But I do feel if you want to stand out from others of the same type and genre little things like that can help make this game give the player encouragement to come back to try different responses and perhaps feel more connected to the protagonist and story.