I felt the game was more of a bad cartoon that I had to keep pressing buttons to watch. There were a few points where I got stuck, and I knew I had to hit the right button at the right time with the right person, and if I didn't do that I would lose. That is never a good position for a gamer. There should be more than one small way out. Also, my logic in the cases often differed from that of the designer, so I would do something that made total sense, and end up dead...
Some parts were very fun though, especially when the convicts started freaking out, and the "game" in all was a good experience.
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