The interface for this game is pretty bad. Its often hard to tell which character you have selected, and once you click on a square to move them to, there is no way to cancel it, or even shift to another square of movement. There is no indication of which characters have already activated unless you click on them, which can result in accidental movement.
The animations and sound effects are cheap and extremely limited and repetitious . The graphics feel really dated for a company like games workshop, who have a lot of money to make this look great. I guess they went with the budget plan instead.
The game itself is pretty boring. The game basically breaks down to moving really really slowly down choked corridors and rolling 5+ over and over again. In the 2 hours I played I found no strategy whatsoever in the choices I was making, and the mechanics being really frustrating and limited. I have contemplated several times buying the board game, and am now really glad I never did. That would have been a $90 mistake. Glad I got this version on the cheap to warn me off.
If you want a good turn based stategy on PC go play X-Com. And if you want a good turn based stategy on the tabletop, the Gears of War boardgame blows this garbage out of the water.