The Shivah Review
By Shona Hanisco
The gameplay is also exactly what you expect of the genre - you point, you click, you interact with items, scenery and other characters to solve the puzzles and progress the story. Lovely VGA graphics, reminiscent of the classic Monkey Island games, backdrop the proceedings; Gilbert's clearly beloved home of New York City again captured in great detail. Sure, they look dated here in 2007, but that doesn't mean they lack a charm of their own. Full voice acting of a high quality adds to the narrative, giving the characters life and drawing you in to the already very compelling storyline.
It's difficult to talk about this sort of game as its true appeal lies in the quality of story on offer, and to let slip some of the better moments within the plot would be tragic for any of you who haven't played it, but the game does offer some memorable moments, such as the Rabbi vs. Rabbi speechcraft battles, again, almost a tribute to the aforementioned genre landmark Monkey Island.