Law & Order: Legacies

Third party DRM: Steam

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Description

"I actually enjoyed the game. It's not meant to be a fast-paced action game, but a game to make you pay attention to what's going on around you, and to think about what you're doing and what kind of impact it'll have on the outcome." - Gamingnexus.com


In Law & Order: Legacies, you will play as the detectives, questioning a range of suspects—then use your knowledge of the case to evaluate whether they are lying or telling the truth. You can also search the scene of a crime for clues, and use those clues in your investigation.

Once in court, you will act as prosecutors to elicit testimony on the stand, and object to the Defense attorneys when they get out of line. As the jury watches, their sympathies will sway to one side or the other. The jury’s feelings about your case will affect the outcome, as well as your ability to negotiate a good plea bargain—should you choose to do so.

Law & Order: Legacies puts the outcome in your hands.


Key Features:

  • PLAY THE SHOW as police, investigating crimes; and then as district attorneys, prosecuting the offenders.

  • JOIN A DREAM TEAM CAST of fan-favorite investigators and prosecutors from multiple Law & Order franchises, including Olivia Benson, Lennie Briscoe, Rey Curtis, Jack McCoy and many more.

  • DISCOVER MULTIPLE ENDINGS with innovative court room game play based on your moral decisions: convict, plea bargain, or find the defendant not guilty!

  • INVESTIGATE 7 standalone cases that also piece together a season-wide mystery. Based on NBCUniversal’s Emmy-winning Law & Order series, TV’s top-rated and longest-running crime series.


Episodes:

  • Episode 1: Revenge

    A maid at a five-star hotel is found murdered. Benson and Curtis investigate, uncovering a conspiracy involving hackers and powerful media magnates.

  • Episode 2: Home to Roost

    A 1999 case. A man collapses on his own doorstep, with a large wound to his femoral artery. Briscoe and Curtis trace the crime to a group of gamblers and a lucrative underground cock-fighting ring.

  • Episode 3: Killer Smart

    In 2011, Mike Logan calls the 27th with a problem. He’s been investigating dumped bodies found along a lonely stretch of road in Long Island. The victims are all prostitutes, taken from somewhere in Manhattan.

  • Episode 4: Nobody’s Child

    A 1999 case. On New Year’s Eve, an abused and neglected boy dies, and his body is dumped in an alley. Curtis and Briscoe track down his parents, then discover that a charity worker investigated a number of times and never did anything.

  • Episode 5: Ear Witness

    In 2011. A boy and his mother are walking to the market late one night when she is inexplicably gunned down. The boy survives, but can’t identify her attacker – he’s blind. Can he identify the suspect by voice alone, and will it stand up in court?

  • Episode 6: Side Effects

    In 1999, a murder at an upscale prep school reveals a conspiracy among the parents and staff to keep another crime quiet. Briscoe and Curtis discover the victim has intriguing connections to the Preppy Jogger case.

  • Episode 7: Resolution

    During an anti-Wall Street protest, a businessman is seen being pushed off a bridge. When cops find the body, a suicide note mentions several pieces of key evidence in the Preppy Jogger case.

Customer reviews

74

Fans of the series will get a kick out of it

forgot2shave | Nov. 15, 2013 | See all forgot2shave's reviews »

As a huge Law and Order buff, my review may be biased but i sure did get a kick out of this game. Seeing all my favorite detectives made me happy. The animation is top notch, as is expected from Telltale. It's not the best designed game in the world but it will be a hell of a lot of entertainment regardless. It was a bit of a treasure to find this game and I think it's worth giving a shot. Worth the few bucks you will spend on it for sure.

75

Not bad

rstokes | May 21, 2013 | See all rstokes's reviews »

While the game seems at first glance like it would be a total waste of time, keep in mine telltale games generally does a pretty good job with their adventure games, and while this is no Walking Dead, It still feels competent and complete. Standard adventure game mechanics with alot of dialog but overall a fun game atleast worth a try