Pretty interesting even though the main character looks to have a lazy eye most of the time. This does get me pretty excited for the future of cinematic style games. It may mean that we get more "This game is awesome because [Insert Actor/ress] is playing X role" kind of announcements, but this does open up a whole other avenue not only for gamers but for actors in general. As long as they can get the facial and physical movements right for a game then it will no longer matter if they fit the social convention required by most actors today.
But now I'm getting way ahead of myself. Let's just go back to it will make games look that much cooler in the end and wait for more news out of E3.