Exclusive: Over 10 minutes of Law & Order Legacies footage to judge

If you checked our GamesRadar earlier this week you might have seen our exclusive preview of Telltale's Law & Order Legacies, in which we compared it to both Phoenix Wright and L.A. Noire. Still not sure if it's for you? Well, you're in luck; we have over ten minutes of gameplay footage from the first episode, which is set to release next week on the iPad and iPhone.

The footage has been broken into four parts, each showing off a different section of the game, including some law, some order, and plenty of gavels making that DUN DUN sound effect.


Questioning the witness

Investigating the crime scene

Interrogation and courtroom

So, what do you think? It's a little on the slower side, but it's based on a procedural police drama and it would be doing a disservice to the show if it was filled with slow-motion gunplay. Well, unless they add Stabler. That guy loves shaking suspects - that would be so fun with the ipad.


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  • mattwang - December 16, 2011 4:44 a.m.

    Anyone think Rey Curtis looks a tad bit too old. I doubt even Benjamin Bratt looks that old now.
  • Nanook - December 15, 2011 8:51 p.m.

    As an L&O nerd, I'm psyched and laughing (mint on pillow). I've played these kinds before - boring on my own, but fun to play with my non-gaming wife. Since this seems to be in canon but without the original actors, it's a shame they made it cannon that Lennie Briscoe died. Even a fake Briscoe might feed my Briscoe jones.
  • punkmetalmage - December 15, 2011 7:15 p.m.

    The user interface and the actual gameplay seem to contrast each other too much, it takes you out of the moment too much. Amping the difficulty by adding timing meters, persuasion rate of success where you either scare a suspect, try to be understanding, or go completely under cover and simply act as if you have similar interests would make this game a whole lot better. I hope they do add stabler in future episodes.

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