I recommend this adventure right off the back because if you played Prodigy, then you will want to continue "your" story. It took me awhile to get used to the writing style in these stories, as it doesn't feel exactly like a "choose your own" kind of story. Some of the reactions from "My" character feels closer to watching a character, instead of controlling myself. This adventure takes you into a reality TV show for superheroes, though I'm not sure I would want any of these heroes saving me.
One of the biggest issues I have with "my" adventures up to now are the romantic options. Maybe spoilers, but the romantic choices suck. At least, during my adventure they have. I think the writing overall was better then the first story, I wasn't pulled out of my adventures as much as I was in Prodigy. After seeing where Prodigy took the storyline, I was extremely curious to see where the next adventure took me. I'll be honest, I was a little disappointed with a reality show setting, but after finishing the adventure I can at least see why it was chosen.
Some of the most important choices during my adventure though felt emotionally powerful, but it wasn't always my emtions that were moved. As I had mentioned, sometimes I'm watching this lead hero react not in a way I would have in the same position. Also, with the given choices, more then a few times during combat I feel like there is no gray area between "nuclear bomb" and "don't move". When this occurs, I tend to take into account how angry I am at the target, or how serious they have attacked me.
Overall, I would say I enjoyed this adventure and where it might lead too, even if it was a little obvious from the begining. I was never really invested into the reality show's antics, and I was so unwittingly thrown into the event that I was completely suspicions of the thing the entire time. Though, I never really had an option to express this feeling. How much love will I find next, i'm starting part 3 now!