Reviews and Problems with Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law
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Stupid but Fun
Andrew Mack, Amazon
10 May 2013
Summary: I'm not sure why but my boyfriend and I had a really hard time solving the first case. You have to click things in a very specific order for the game to realize you understand what the case clues mean. Overall the game is pretty funny but it is frustratingly difficult to figure out what to click when.
Summary: My two older teens enjoyed this game, but quickly admitted it was more fun than really challenging. There are just 5 cases, as advertised, and you can solve each case in about 30 minutes. They had fun while it lasted, but wished there were more cases. They will play it again for the bonus content which includes hilarious out takes.
Summary: I'm a big fan of Birdman, I had to have this game. I haven't played it throughout yet, but I have played for about 4 hours. It is fun to me and I would recommend to buy this for the adult swim fan in your household. Don't buy for younger players. Price was too to pass as it cost about the same as it would to rent it for 1 night.
Summary: Harvey Birdman was one of my favorite shows on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] line-up. The show featured the classic cartoon hero Birdman as a washed-up, middle-aged, sexually confused superhero-turned-lawyer, and a rapid-fire delivery of jokes and Hanna Barbara guest stars like Scooby Doo and the Flintstones. The show ended it's run recently, and I picked up all 3 volumes of the show on DVD.
Summary: I'll add my two cents only because there are so few reviews on this item. Basically, every other reviewer is correct. It's funny, very short, and pretty easy. If you like the show and/or point-and-click adventures you will enjoy it. The lack of Stephen Colbert is the only real disappointment. The actor who does Phil Ken Sebben sounds nothing like him. It's so short I'd be ticked if I paid a lot for this game, but at its current price it is perfectly reasonable.