"The storyline plays off of loads of action-movie cliches and everything is presented as though it was really being filmed with a home-video camera. There are bad cuts, cheaply redressed locations that serve as "sets," and even times when the "camera" gets set down while the "actors" converse out of character. These are the best aspects of the game, setting this episode apart from its predecessors. The only negative is that, due to the game's nature as an old-school point-and-click adventure game, the pacing can get quite slow. While it can work well with other more methodical storylines, the creeping way the plot points unfold here runs in stark contrast to the action movie setting and magnifies the plodding feel."