Sequel to Innocent Until Caught; too serious to be fun
Innocent Until Caught 2: Guilty seems to be a graphical adventure that wanted to be directed as serious gamers, maybe, mature gamers. However, it is a game that is guilty of a lot of problems, one of the most hard to look past being that this title is just unfun. Now, a title such as Police Quest did indeed base a lot of its own material on the real activities that policemen were involved in, but, for all intents and purposes made those interactions into palatable puzzles. Not Innocent Until Caught 2: Guilty; this one has a hard time understanding what makes an adventure puzzle cool, and especially it seems not interested in playability at all. Thus, it's futuristic theme, while interesting, with familiar thievery ideas and so on, just lacks that element of catchy-ness, to keep you playing. So, I'd say rather try the first game in the series, Innocent Until Caught and only if you appreciate that one, with its rather poor puzzles and story, then maybe this one too will be to your liking. I found it too dry and too tired to be a good game.