Great Adventure Game
Likeable main character, nice art and backgrounds, plenty of interesting dialogue and immersive gameplay.
The puzzles border on the simplicistic but are consistent with the setting and don't feel forced.
The plot is nothing new but moves along smoothly despite being unoriginal.
Streamlined and unobtrusive interface that rarely gets in the way.
Great Introduction and first part, with very high production values.
3D characters lack polygons and don't look very great against the 2D backgrounds, especially in close-ups and cutscenes (that are few, blocky and poorly done).
Some of the characters share the same voice actor (that does a poor job of trying to alter his voice) and some sections seem rushed (especially towards the end) with too few locations/things to do.
The final part and ending seem hastily done (like the publishers wanted to get the game out of the door asap).
The Bottom Line
A great addition to the adventure games genre and a very engrossing experience.