Look, they can't all be great games. Case-in-point: Prison Break: The Conspiracy. This title from Deep Silver is not great. It's not even good. How not good, you may ask? Here's how Scott Alan Marriott describes it:
Prison Break: The Conspiracy is both a budget release and a game based on a television show, which are two bright red flags for anyone thinking about picking this up as a blind purchase. There's a limited amount of play value here, even for hardcore fans of the TV series, and the action can best be described as a stripped-down Splinter Cell clone, without the gadgets, diverse environments, or thrills. Alas, Prison Break has you working on mundane task after mundane task as if you were completing an errands list instead of playing a game.