In this mouse-click-happy whodunit, you pound the New York pavement with Detective Briscoe gathering evidence against a suspect connected to the murder of one Jane Doe. [Cue gong sound here.] Once trial begins, you’ll change from cop to lawyer and cross-examine cagey witnesses. L&O may not be too deep, but it’s relatively easy to play. And the voice work by series stars Jerry Orbach and Elisabeth Rohm should entertain fans who feel that a hundred hours of Law & Order every week is not enough.
Posted October 4 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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