Other missions will have you behind the wheel of a vehicle, desperately vehiculating from point A to B. The driving doesn't feel quite right, but it's functional. At different moments in time, you'll be solving puzzles to defuse bombs, unscramble data encryption codes, gain access to off-limits areas, and more. Thankfully, these diversions add to the game instead of detract from it, and they're not terribly complicated. Our office favorite is the interrogation mode, which tests your reflexes as you threaten, sweet talk, and otherwise persuade the poor sap you're questioning to spill his guts.
24: The Game is, ironically, not remotely as long as its title. Rather, it winds down after about 12 hours or so, with no multiplayer options. Nor is it the most original. But the story is above par for a game or a TV show, and the sum of its parts equals a good, old fashioned, popcorn gaming experience. And, after all, as any 24 fan will tell you - being Jack Bauer is one hell of a cool thing.