Software itself might look somewhat impressive but it doesn't really bring much in production. It also has it's annoying limitations, like the amount of samples you can load to the player and playback-order options.
The pack might be worth the money for the variety of sounds, but the quality is really a lottery. Some of them are really noisy (high microphone noise), and some assets are just pitched/time-warped variations (but hey, it adds up in the numbers, looks good on paper). Some of them are really great though.
Definitely worth trying before buying, especially since it's quite difficult to have some solid read/look/listen on that (had a hard time looking for a place to write this short review).
It also applies to other Krotos stuff, since it looks much more useful in videos than it really is. Loading it straight to the DAW for further tweaking seems like a better solution.