The game will make use of special attacks that can be executed by drawing shapes on the screen using the Wii Remote. You'll also be able to roam around town where you can pick up information by speaking to the various residents.
From what we can tell, the game doesn't appear to be the epic quest that most people associate with an RPG, so don't expect anything too in-depth when this game does finally hit the WiiWare service. Of course that's if the game somehow finds a release outside of Japan, which certainly isn't a foregone conclusion.
We were able to get our hands on a few direct-feed screenshots courtesy of the guys at Famitsu for you to take a look at below. At least these screenshots begin to give more of an indication of exactly how the game will play.
We'll have more information on Sorcery Blade as it becomes available.