Too Human is a science-fiction action RPG coming out in August, set in an alternate history with Norse mythological overtones. Basically, the "gods" of the Norse pantheon are super-soldiers, waging a war against a robot horde. Over time, robots became "monsters", and you are fighting for the last hope of humanity.
The game takes place in a realistic setting, and in the demo level you see a mixture of clean utopia and ruins. Good graphics, nice feel, looks nice together. Also, you're given a peek at cyberspace, with a wonderful nature setting that looks more realistic than most (if you can get past the obviously physically impossible parts).
Gameplay takes place in a battlefield, with your men providing cover, and a fair variety of robots. It's fast and flowing, with melee attacks and ranged attacks that allow you to engage a foe from a range, or up close. I really liked the grenade launcher, but that's just personal preference. The weapon selections are versatile, with rifles, pistols, hammers, swords, claymores, and spears.
Too Human is a game you have to play to really enjoy, but let's just say it's a very good looking, easy playing game. My only fear is that the RPG elements might take the background to the action elements, turning it into a game much like the Lord of the Rings movie-based action games, albeit with more depth, but it's still good. Baldur, the main character, looks awesome, and you can customize individual pieces of armor and choose from a decent array of weaponry, with a skill point path to allow customization.
I'm gonna pick it up the first day it's in stores.