So I sometimes get requests to find games, software, movies, TV shows, etc… that people can’t find to download online. I am sometimes even told, “It doesn’t exist”, “It’s no where to be found.” and that just makes me want to find it anyway. Now sometimes things simply aren’t out there anywhere, like a free Bastard Secretary font, but I can usually find an alternative or a way to get what you want without too much work.
So I got this request to find this Law & Order game from 2002 and sure enough, no torrent for it, but a few pages deep in Google on a non-English page. I found a list of MegaUpload links for the game. I have had the game downloaded and verified that it works. I also decided to add a short little description from Amazon about the game. Also if you like the game or the company that developed it then I suggest that you do go out and buy it eventually as long as it’s from a location where the company will actually get the money to support them. Or very least give the game a good review somewhere.
Law & Order: Dead on the Money is an exciting 3-D game based on an original, complex murder case created by a Law & Order TV writer. You'll step into the dramatic world of criminal investigation when you're called to a crime scene in Manhattan's Central Park. You and your partner, Detective Lennie Briscoe (actual voice of Jerry Orbach), will work to uncover the identity of the victim, gather evidence, track down witnesses, and identify viable suspects. Once you've got enough evidence to make an arrest, your supervisor, Lieutenant Anita Van Buren (actual voice of S. Epatha Merkerson), will sign off on your warrant. Once you have the killer in custody, the focus shifts to the criminal courts. You'll work with Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn (actual voice of Elisabeth Rohm) to build a compelling case that will convince the jury to return a guilty verdict and convict the defendant.
File Size: about 1gb
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