Hmm, I posted some info on it here: http://www.cheapassg...postcount=12739
Really though, I think it's main value comes from the fact that it's a very well put together modern day RPG. There just aren't any of those. It's either medieval or future; there's nothing that coincides well with present day and has a good RPG base. The only other similar series that comes to mind is Persona (which are GREAT games), but you're of course going to get some crazy anime influences there.
TSW is very mature, gritty, yet still whimsical and artistically created. It's something new (and no, it's not all zombies).
My problem w/ TSW, back when I was in the TSW Beta (NO NDA's!), was that the combat and questing was NOT that great to me.
Since the game is combat-heavy, combat felt floaty and just didn't feel right at all.
Meanwhile, questing often felt like typical ARPG/MMO fanfare (kill X enemies, kill X enemies by setting them on fire, find X locations, find X people, etc).
You're a grown ass man, you can cough up $12.99. :P
GMG ruined it, by having the game once at $5.xx (back right before the game dropped subscriptions).
We get something around that ballpark for an "online only" game, I might consider it.
If they ever drop the required DRM (and include an optional additional offline mode), I'd consider it at a little bit more expensive than $5.xx. :P