The game is OK for an adventure game, however, it has its flaws.
I could not get dragged into the story at all, as I did not cared too much about the main characters. The game starts with the fake funeral of the series main character. The further you get into the game the more plot holes you might spot. As usual in these kind of games, you march on by stealing from people, and distracting people.
Humour is a main part of the game, with a lot of jokes referring to pop culture, e.g. the swap scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark as seen in the promo video. Somehow, these jokes fell flat to me.
Puzzles are of the dialogue and inventory types and no logic or mathematics puzzles. There are only two actions to take on each hotspot on the screen: look and use. Some of the solutions are odd, and some of the situations that arise from those solutions are too. For example, combining a large stick with a ribbon and a disc cutter in order to be able to remotely cut through steel probably does not work in real life. Not every item in the inventory needs to be used.
Hints are provided in-game, and these ones are often useful. Hotspot locations are highlighted at the press of the F2 key. My main gripe with the game is that some screen transitions are not hinted by the mouse cursor. First example of that happens on the second chapter, where you enter a large room. If you click in a nowhere region, you then can see another section of the room. I felt the lack of hotspot in these cases confusing.
Graphics are crisp and vivid, with characters being prerendered. There is an over emphasis on using video.
Voice is everywhere in this game, with lots of extra dialogue that might not end in anything. Many items do even have two different descriptions. Voice acting in spanish was OK, although two or three different lines were spoken with wrong effects being applied, e.g. talking through a telephone was not consistant.
Technically speaking, the game handles screen resolution in an odd manner. The game is drawn at a single resolution, but allows you to change it. A graphical artifact appeared when I used my screen native resolution - two cursors were shown, one for the location at the native resolution and another for the position of the unscaled game resolution.
As a concluding remark, this game is an OK game to me. There was nothing too good or too bad that could deter other people from playing it.