It was funny, cute and light. Of course the graphics aren't the best but I had more then enough laughs to make up for it!
When it comes right down to it, you have to view the game as a comedy RPG. It is a game for having fun, with a decent story, turn based combat and some nice quests.
It isn't trying to be a hardcore tactics RPG, I don't see where people are getting that idea at all. It's just supposed to be fun, is that really so hard to get? Does everything have to be so super complex?
I wish people would stop lumping Grotesque in with serious strategy games and wondering why they aren't alike. Grotesque is more appropriately grouped with games like The Baconing
I wholeheartedly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys classic RPGs and/or likes to laugh.