BTS is one of the best games I've ever played since The Last of Us. I don't want to spoil it, but the soundtracks, motion capture, and performances teamed up the harmonic-dramatic theme of the story and an opportunity to all the possiblities in Jodie's life gives the player an amazing experience.
Yes, Beyond two souls is worth getting. I agree, there are certain points ( two to be exact) in the game where the story gets boring and/or bad, but the other portion of the story makes you crave for more! It certainly is a one of a kind game, focused on storrytelling and not so much action. It's like "playing a movie". Last but not least, the performances of both Williem Dafoe and Ellen Page are spectacular in the least. So, in summary, while it may have it's flaws, it's a great game worth throwing your money to if you like that sort of gameplay.
Right now isn't the best time, but once it's a little cheaper, it's a good "game" to take out for a spin. The problem is while it's great on spectacle the interaction leaves a lot to be desired, it doesn't feel like a game in a lot of ways. There's a lot of good there that's worth seeing, but wait until you're being asked to give up a little less to see it.
No, Beyond Two Souls is not worth getting, because there is nothing that makes it unique. There are so many choices in video games today, and there isn't really anything about Beyond Two Souls that makes it special. It is just another video game, and there is not really any reason to buy this game over any other.