This writing comes off of me playing through Diablo 3 and Reaper of Souls so ultimately (and perhaps unfairly) the comparison will be made.
You start off with basically no story except you have to find some witch doctor as he has your memory. For some reason you come equiped with a spike club, torn pants and a shield.
Lesabel has all the things you expect in these type of games. There's a character sheet with all your basic stats (Str, Dex, Int Lck etc). There's a quest log to keep track of your progress. Inventory and Map to tell where you are going (or have to go)
Controls are typical point and click to attack and a skill bar but still feel clunky.
AI .. at least the first few encounters.. are painful. They basically look at you all the while your mouseclicks at times become unresponsive and occasionally hit. You can be clicking to your hearts content and nothing will happen until you move your character forward an inch or backward. This serves as a major problem as I almost died while being surrounded by 3-4 baddies within 5 mins of gameplay.
You can scroll the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. I prefer to play scrolled in as you can see the baddies a bit better and target more accurately.
When your character is moving it feels like he's floating as there is little animation. Pathfinding does not flow well. You cannot click down the path for your toon to go there, you have to click (and hold) close to the toon to navigate him around the right map corners.
I know this might be me being picky but not only are the colours all a dull shade but the text is very boring.
My favorite part by far is the sound when you level up. You are greeted with a voice that sounds an awful lot like Doctor Claw from Inspector Gadget. "I'm getting Skilled!"
I ended my adventure with this game upon reaching the witch doctor, not without dying a bunch on the way at a measly level 4. The text was hard to read as it blended in with the background but the jist of it is, my character is a horrible guy that killed a bunch of people and has no memory. - That's when I decided to uninstall the game. However I couldn't find an exit menu so I had to Alt+F4 it.
Verdict - Do Not Recommend. Instead play Diablo, Torchlight, Titan's QUest or Dungeon Siege.
EDIT: I now know why I couldn't hit the baddies as much as I would of liked. This isn't point and click. Its Point and Click and HOLD.http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=244750912http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=244750717http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=244751028http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=244750811