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Ehhhhh...it's OK. I don't feel like any of the parts of Total Rickall really work all that well on their own and they certainly don't come together into a cohesive experience. Maybe it would help if I liked the episode the game is based on more but I don't so the game just hasn't clicked.
On the cusp of being good, but too wonky. The incentive structure for people based on their identities is just all over the place, plus I fear that familiarity with the (brilliant) eponymous episode is 100% a must. Perhaps fixable with house rules? [EDIT] Yes, house rules up the quality considerably.