The game's TGS trailer offers a few scant seconds of gameplay, starting at about 1:02.
It's coming in 2016 for PS4, PS3 and Vita, and... well, let's be honest, the odds of this actually having fun movement and a complete, triple-A all-around production are slim. But it still gives an Attack on Titan fan what they want - high-speed big action moments with the mother of all box cutters.
What? You want more gameplay to make a better-informed decision, even if it's highly compressed? Well, okay...
And that... does not look very fun. That looks very repetitive and not skill-based.
Hm. Well, that's what reviews are for.