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Law & Order: Legacies released for PC and Mac

If you think it's a crime that iOS owners got to play Law & Order: Legacies first, justice has finally prevailed today with the release of the first three episodes for PC and Mac.

Unlike other Law & Order games before it, Telltale's Legacies represents a who's who of stars over the years, even crossing over between television shows. As you investigate a series of crimes "ripped from the headlines" here, you'll get to join favourites like Mike Logan, Lennie Briscoe and Rey Curtis on the streets of New York City, then take to the courtroom with District Attorney Jack McCoy, or branch out with Olivia Benson from the Special Victims Unit.

Law & Order: Legacies will include seven episodes all told, with the first three games available now for download with a full season purchase for $19.99 directly from Telltale. There is no firm release schedule for the remaining four episodes, but a season's purchase will grant instant access to each new installment as they become available.

If you'd rather play Law & Order: Legacies on the go, the first four episodes are available for the iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch at the App Store, with an episode one purchase required and a variety of in-app options offered for the remaining episodes.

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Community Comments

Latest comments (3 total)

Look at those hair textures… *holds back laugh…* would have been okay back in 2002, perhaps… but today… I rest my case.

Feb 2, 2012

Oh yes, at some point. (We’ll probably cover the first thee episodes in one shot.) No review copies have gone out yet, though, so we haven’t even started yet.

Jan 27, 2012

Is a review forthcoming? I’m wondering if the graphics scale up to PC well, how meaningful the choices and multiple ending are and whether the redeeming qualities make up for some of the bad things I’ve been hearing?

Jan 27, 2012

I guess our (me and other users) over at tell-tale got them to actually release it earlier. So many people were complaining about how Tell-tale shafted the PC/Mac users in favor of a experimental market.

Jan 25, 2012
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