When it comes to television, I have a tendency of showing up late to the party. I didn't start on "Battlestar Galactica" until midway into season four, I caught up with "Mad Men" after the third season ended, and I still haven't watched "Doctor Who." Similarly, I haven't seen "Breaking Bad," but it's high on my to-watch list, especially given AMC's latest marketing campaign for the critically acclaimed series.

The network has launched "The Interrogation," a motion comic book and video game hybrid that thrusts fans into the role of DEA Agent Hank Schrader, the surly brother-in-law of "Breaking Bad" protagonist Walter Hartwell White (Bryan Cranston). Gamers are tasked with questioning the bespectacled Hadley Berkitz about a church fire in San Floria by utilizing different interrogation methods ranging from brutally blunt to forced flattery.Admittedly, I haven't explored the game too deeply out of fear of spoiling the "Breaking Bad" experience, but I think that fans of the show are going to get a kick out of this. Let us know what you think of the game in the comments section!

[Source: AMC]