So this game was released on Steam very recently. I made an impulse purchase based on all the information on the Krater website, and I haven't been disappointed so far.
My first impression of the game is that it's very Diablo-like in gameplay, but more lighthearted and humorous in tone. It also seems a bit non-linear in that I am able to explore the world map without being hindered by "plot boulders" or anything like that.
The game takes place in "post-apocalyptic Sweden", the currency is Kronor, and most of the game's characters have Swedish names, although the game is fully playable even for those who only understand English. I'm from Sweden myself, so I find it very amusing to look for references to Swedish culture while I'm playing. One of the early game enemies is called the Brölbjörn, which literally means "Roar Bear", but the word used for roar here is extremely silly and rarely heard in normal conversation.
On the negative side, the game is a little buggy at the moment and some features seem to be missing quite conspicuously (for example the co-operative mode).You can't grow attached to your starting characters as they become obsolete at some point (they can only gain 5 out of the 15 possible ranks, then you need to go recruit better guys). Also, most of the quests seem to be simple "fetch this" or "kill these" deals, and it can be a bit hard to follow the plot of the game because it throws a lot of proper nouns at you and expects you to remember what's what. But I haven't played very much of the game at all yet, so I'll wait until I'm done with it before I leave my final verdict.