Had the chance to play it at my brothers home for a few hours.
Very competent game. Especially for that kind of money.
The art-direction is very european sci-fi. Definitely a breath of fresh air, especially the main hero. The combat is fun for the most part and the difficulty feels just right. Not too easy, not too hard.
The leveling system also seems nice, giving you nice variety boosts and abilities.
I don't know where the story is going right now, but it was very much like Riddick in the first few hours, after that it felt very disoriented. The quests are interesting though and worth checking out, as most of them can be completed through different approaches.
Wish the game would've more exposition. I think you can read up most of the stuff, but I rather have it in a dialog. The world is genuinely interesting.
The game has bigger problems though.
Voiceacting is rather questionable. Especially the main character sounds too soft for his face. Even the boy "Innocence" sounds tougher than him.
I have a major issue with the stealth gameplay. I usually play stealthy characters but the game neither encourages it, nor rewards it, NOR DOES IT EVEN MAKE IT POSSIBLE. I punched all my points into stealth and after the prison I had no chance to use it. The game places the enemies in a way that they always see you. I feel cheated and forced to fight.
The technomancer abilities feel useless as they take way too much time to power up. By then the enemies would've attacked you twice, so I'm not putting any points into that.
The camera is also WAY too close to your main character, which really is a big problem during fights.
In conclusion I'd say it's very much like Witcher 2, but with a cheaper price tag and on Mars.
Definitely worth checking out, especially if you want something different and/or like RPG's.