The art is the main attraction here. Overall stylization and the sepia effect have some special charm. Gameplay wise it is mostly good, I think the most disappointment for me was the 5th chapter, because it made it much more obvious that fighting mechanic was bad (the delays, the lack of impact), and AI was... Strange?
There is a stealth-like part in the 5th chapter and I was noticed once, ran away (even without hiding) and then I have not seen any of the 3 monsters. I heard them somewhere, but they did not appear. The final fight with Bendy had a similar problem, since it did not look like Bendy was targeting me at all, even during tubes stage. All in all, I think it would have been better if this was just a puzzle game with "horror" elements.
What also was good was the story, or rather the lore. I definitely want to learn more about this ink-world and how it is connected to real world. Too bad the ending of this game did not answer any questions, but there are 2 more games in the series, so maybe they will clarify things.
Anyway, if you do like exploratory kind of games and like the art style of this one in particular, I can recommend it. Not sure if at full price, but it's not that big of a sum, too, but the game is roughly 4-5 hours, so it will depend on personal preference, I guess.