Based on the super popular computer game series, this is typically high-quality production from the reliable Fantasy Flight Games. I haven't played the computer game, but my friends told me this did a good job of adapting that world to a tabletop board game. There are mechanics that seemed pretty innovative to me, including a great leveling-up system that makes it harder to level up the higher you get (like a computer game) and a story-driven quest system that goes in different directions depending on the choices you make. Combat was fun too, with dice-rolling that centred on hitting enemies in the right places (head, body, limbs) rather than just hit or miss. The components are predictably amazing. My only significant 'negative' is that, straight out of the box, the game feels like it needs more enemies to make combat more varied. It feels a bit like it was designed with a 'must have' expansion firmly in mind.