It's good.. but for some reasons that I can't quite put my finger on.. I just don't want to play it.
The philosophical incentive to explore the creative manifestation of the perfection of the game theory is not enthralling, despite the artistic mastery of things like the great voice acting, story, and plot development. Oh and the music is also pretty wicked, too.
It lacks the kinds of things that make MMORPGs so popular, but tries to make up for it with a shamelessly perverted version of it.
Is the game trying to be more like StarCraft? If so, it better have a tutorial at least. Why do I even want to level up? Do I want to advance my units forward? So many aspects of the game-play are seemingly self-controversial and counter-intuitive. You clearly did NOT invest enough insight into designing the different stats. Here's an example of some better stats:
1. hp regeneration rate (make it so units can learn how to instantaneously heal to full hp after approaching a health crate)
2. damage boost (obvious given, not even worth mentioning and I think you already have this)
3. vision radius boost (if you already use this stat, I sure as heck couldn't tell without a GOOD tutorial to show it to me)
4. special attack (units need a special attack that they can unleash in a panic, and if this already exists in the game already, again, without a GOOD tutorial I wouldn't know about it)
5. class points (the game should gradually become more receptive to what your intentions are for each character. If I come up with a crazy scheme that I want one unit to just pace back and forth between the health crate and the front lines, then the game should gradually start to realize that and offer me deals on sacrificing things like aggro control for run speed or number of times allowed to use the heal per time period in exchange for an armor buff/debuff, etc.)