Reviews and Problems with Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
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Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Review
19 January 2008
Excerpt: There comes a time in everyone’s gaming career when they are compelled to sit down and play a throwback adventure game about a superhero-gone-civilian attorney who constantly ends up accepting cases to which he has some sort of intimate connection. For me, that time is today, and that game is Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law for the PSP.
Excerpt: Somewhere along the line, someone entertained the idea that legal practice would make for a compelling video game. And wouldn’t you know it, it did. Capcom’s Phoenix Wright, in all of its finger-pointing and objection-growling charm, was a hit, inspiring a series of sequels and remakes on the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS.
Conclusion: Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law riesce a convincere solo parzialmente, a causa del fatto che la serie da cui è tratto non risulterà molto nota a meno che non abbiate una certa età o siate appassionati di prodotti d'animazione non giapponesi. La struttura, fondamentalmente semplice e lineare, alterna ottime sequenze animate e situazioni a tratti troppo semplici e immediate, con il risultato di un coinvolgimento davvero scarso.