This is a review of the actual game and not the show itself. How did people miss that? It does clearly say "VG". The game does feel like a true episode of the show. It contains the same music and even some voices from the cast. Hearing Vincent D'Onofrio's voice and portraying Det. Goren at first is really satisfying. Soon however you will realize that the game character Goren is not the same as the brilliant detective in the show. When you interview people you have the option to ask questions in different ways. You can question in a straightforward manner or in a empathic way resulting in different answers. A dialog like this would seem realistic and natural and would be great if it really worked. It would give you some freedom that many other adventure games don't have. Sadly I have to report that there is no freedom in asking the questions. You have to ask the questions in a certain order to get a positive result. Being "empathic" to game character Goren must mean something else since most of the time he says things that are quite the opposite. This is a flaw that could have been overlooked if the game mechanics were any better. The game is full of glitches and crashes (Even on high end machines). This is why you have to save often,otherwise you will get stuck. The visuals are OK,although the animation could have been better (Goren is walking like a duck). The game excels in the story department. Interesting cases with even twists and surprises you normally would get to see in the show. If you can overlook the major flaws of the game than you will have an enjoyable experience. Personally I could not finish the game since the flaws were getting on my nerves (You've got to have patience)!