Interacting with the A.I. was a little frustrating at first.
Still, it kind of works for the story.
I'm glad you included explanations for the rest of the crew's fate, why the computer is stuck there, and why there would be not other route of escape.
Is it just me, or are the lasers like perspectives?
I noticed it in the middle of chapter 3 when the psychologist helps you to shift them.
Perspectives are unavoidable, and everyone's got one. There isn't really a "right" or "wrong" direction, but they're more helpful when they point in a certain direction. And if they're too focused on you, they can be your downfall. While some perspectives can be dangerous, or even get in the way, they can help you to get to the bottom of the problem, too.