Rented this one on a lark, and it's going back ASAP. The story's intriguing, the units are actually pretty good, but the control scheme? Ugh. Most of the time you'll be fighting the camera to get a good view of what you're going, the other half of the time you're whip selecting the entire wrong units. Whip selecting, where from your current unit you pick another unit to view/command by moving the right thumbstick in their direction, is not necessarily a bad idea, but once you get more than a few units out, trying to keep track of which unit you're trying to select becomes a pain. Unless they're nearby, you only highlight their icon along the edge of the screen, and similar units can't be told apart.
If this had the ability to use a somewhat more traditional select system, this could be a decent game. The control scheme completely sinks it sadly.