So, I finally got to playing this... and I ended up turning the VA off. Don't get me wrong, the VA is far from the worst I've heard -- but having played the original, which didn't have the VA, the voices don't match the one's I have in my head, which is more jarring not because they don't sound the same, but because the voices in my head were like what you'd find in a A+ VA production, (or real life...) and this is more of a B VA production. It's alright, but still a bit clunky, and doesn't always flow or fit that at well.
But my main reason for turning off the VA was not the VA itself. Instead, it was because whenever someone starts speaking, the BGM becomes nearly unhearable. That's right; for whatever reason, whenever a scene starts up, the volume for the music becomes so low, that it just nearly ruins the scenes. How they could make such an obvious mistake, I cannot fathom, but they did it nonetheless. Thankfully, by turning off the VA, the music proceeds as normal. Without the VA though, there wouldn't be much reason to keep playing this, if it weren't for the 8th day(s). So I'll just keeping on going, but without the VA; they botched the job with that, though not in the usual fashion.