Jury Trial System Requirements

Jury Trial System Requirements (2021) - full specs, system checker and the gaming PC setup you need: Can I Run Jury Trial?

Jury Trial minimum requirements

  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Graphics Card: ATI FireGL T2-128
  • CPU: Intel Pentium 4 1.50GHz
  • File Size: 400 MB
  • OS: Windows 7 or later

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Can I Run Jury Trial?

You will need at least 400 MB of free disk space to install Jury Trial. Jury Trial system requirements state that you will need at least 2 GB of RAM. The cheapest graphics card you can play it on is an ATI FireGL T2-128. An Intel Pentium 4 1.50GHz CPU is required at a minimum to run Jury Trial.

Jury Trial will run on PC system with Windows 7 or later and upwards. Additionally it has a Mac version.

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Jury Trial Mac OS system requirements (minimum)

  • Memory:2 GB
  • Graphics Card:ATI FireGL T2-128
  • CPU:Intel Pentium 4 1.50GHz
  • File Size:400 MB
  • OS:OSX Mountain Lion (10.8)

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Jury Trial System Requirements

Download

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Via Steam

Developer

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Loge Games

Publisher

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Loge Games

Categories

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Strategy RPG Indie

Jury Trial Release Date

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Expected release late 2021

What is Jury Trial?

In this law simulation RPG you join a group of innocence lawyers. Set in a fictional country deeply divided by racial profiling, prejudice and social injustice it’s your job to find a jury who’s willing to listen. Study case material, discover new evidence and convince the jury in the court of law.