Developed by Legacy Interactive, Published Vivendi Universal Games September 2002
Adventure Game in 3 Cds iso format
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Pentium II 400 MHz
96 MB RAM
12X CD-ROM drive
High color, 16 bit capable 8MB video card
Review from PC GameZone
The game is divided into two main parts: Criminal Investigation and Criminal Trial. In the beginning of the game, Detective Briscoe has only a few days to present his case to the Assistant District Attorney, who will then work on getting enough information for a subpoena to take to trial. The actors who portray Van Buren, Southerlyn and Briscoe on TV lend their voices to their animated counterparts, who look amazingly like them. The dialogue and action is faithful to the TV program, which is not surprising, as the storyline was written by a writer from the show. This story is very apropos for today, too, as it deals with money hi-jinks in brokerage houses. Players are immersed in the different aspects of the drama, as they have to choose which questions to ask the witnesses, whether to collect an item for evidence, what tests to run on the evidence and whether to keep the evidence or not.
I became engrossed each time I sat down with Law & Order and felt compelled to keep playing. Pretending to be a detective is fun! It's obvious that much care was taken to stick as close as possible to the TV show, and the result is enjoyable. The same humorous comments are present, and also the personalities. I recommend this game to any adventure fan, with a few suggestions: save often, especially before choosing a witness from the map, and don't collect every item from each scene - leave some things behind, you can always go back and get them later.