I attempted to play this game based on the fun I had with another from the same developer. The game itself is not all that bad. It looks very dated, but I don't consider graphics an important part of a grid based strategy, as long as there is a consistent art style. The story seems fairly generic for this style of game, but I did not progress very far to get that much depth from it.
The rules and game play are fairly straight forward, and it does offer some strategic depth, however, the game is not nearly as enjoyable or as polished as a game in this field needs to be to fully enjoy it.
The primary reason I do not recommend this game is because of the control scheme. When selecting a unit, you use the left mouse button. To move the unit, left mouse button. To attack an enemy, left mouse button. To select varying abilities, left mouse button. Everything revolves around the left mouse button, which, in a 3-D hexagonal strategy game, often means you will be selecting or attack the wrong thing unless you've managed to position the camera perfectly for that encounter, something that takes some time if you need to complete it several times a turn.
If you are on steam for the sole purpose of playing and mastering every grid-based strategy, go for it, you will find something enjoyable here once you get past the difficult camera and controls, otherwise, skip this title.