An entertaining, if really fast playing strategy RPG. The concept of auto-combat takes some getting used to, but it really keeps the gameplay moving, and there are other things to manage while this is happening such as leveling up, inventory management, and cooldown usage.
I would say it is both the game's greatest strength and weakness. It keeps the game moving at a quick and exciting pace where traditional turn based would likely bog down into slow and tedious battles, but it also makes it somewhat difficult to be able to enjoy the nuances of gearing up and really getting to know your characters and their abilities as they develop over the course of the game. You don't really get a chance to stop and smell the roses, so to speak.
Still, for it's price it delivers a solid product that gives you your money's worth for the few hours that it will entertain you for. I just wish it lasted a little bit longer.