Law & Order: Legacies now available for MAC and PC

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Following Law & Order: Legacies’ release as a universal app on iPad and iPhone, Telltale Games has announced that the interactive crime-drama is now available for PC and Mac. Based on NBCUniversal’s Emmy-winning Law & Order TV series, Law & Order: Legacies allows players to work cases as both investigators and district attorneys alongside the full roster of fan-favorite characters from the Law & Order franchise. The PC and Mac version is available for immediate purchase and download at the Telltale Games website for $19.99. Players will receive the first three episodes of Law & Order: Legacies with the subsequent four episodes releasing soon thereafter.

Law and Order is TV’s top rated and longest-running police procedural drama consisting of storylines based on real-life crimes set against the distinctive backdrop of different law enforcement units. Law & Order: Legacies includes the likenesses of iconic Law & Order investigators including: Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach, Law & Order), Rey Curtis (Benjamin Bratt, Law & Order), Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: SVU) and Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston, Law & Order) for a Law & Order “Dream Team” of characters both past and current.

Law & Order: Legacies Episodes 1-3 are now available on PC and Mac to be followed shortly by the remaining 4 episodes.

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