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Gamefly is having a sale on some of its used-but-in-great-condition games again, also offering free shipping to spice up the deal a bit. As always, we're passings these savings along to you, while picking out a few we think are worth highlighting for their respective prices: Dragon Blade: Wrath...

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If you're one of the cool kids that visits Wii Fanboy often, you probably know that we love bargains. Even more so, we love sharing them with you. We thought we'd tell you, then, that aside from Circuit City having some sweet deals this week, GameFly is also looking to take money out of our pockets....

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What woman is ever going to say, "I wish I could have Chemical Castration?" That's just one of the many soul-searching questions that Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law presents us with. Based on an Adult Swim cartoon, the game combines the Birdman license with "Phoenix Wright-esque" gameplay. Usuall...

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This warning on the Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law box is written, and is thus ill-suited for its audience. Unless you're shopping for games with a reader, you won't know until you get home that you have to read to play it. Non-readers probably shouldn't be playing T-rated games anyway, but then ...

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Much like the comedy in the show, we felt something zany and non sequitur like the video above would fit nicely. And, if you're the one person looking at this week's releases and snatching up some title about air boarding or whatever, this might not be the topic for you. Instead, we want to hear fr...

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Our friends over at the Wiicast noticed a pretty upfront warning on Capcom's new Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law game, and one that, in the in interest of public welfare, we figured we should pass on. You've got to be able to read to "fully enjoy" Harvey Birdman. Confirmed. This raises some pretty...

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Who is the man in the suit? How is his game on the Wii? Do you really want to see scores? It seems like a can't miss formula: use the game design from a funny game about lawyers and the writing from a funny TV show about lawyers. Apparently, though, Harvey Birdman suffers from the fact that the writ...

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Last year, one portable game was able to capture the hearts of gamers everywhere. That game was Phoenix Wright. Who could resist the story of a lovable, sometimes hapless, lawyer that must endure hilarious over-the-top cases? The formula was a success, and gamers (casual and hardcore alike) became...

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There are a few somewhat decent-looking titles this week, a welcome change from the mini drought that's been plaguing us since mid-December. But of all the titles on the list we're most looking forward to getting our hands on Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law. We have no idea how well the series wil...

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Believe it or not, Capcom's Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law is actually going to be the first PSP game released in 2008, and judging by everything we've seen up to this point, it could be everything Phoenix Wright fans and PSP owners have been waiting for. However, some critics might argue it's m...

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The last time Capcom dangled free Harvey Birdman DVDs and assorted stuff in front of you, they asked you to do stuff. Not illegal stuff or anything, but still -- effort. How audacious of them! We're not about to waste precious minutes of our busy day slaving away in Photoshop. That's why their lat...

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Last we heard, Capcom's lawyerin' adventure game, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, was pushed back into an approximately January-sized window to avoid being released among a million other high-profile games. That window has been narrowed down into a cozy single day, January 8th. Uh, so try to make...

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Well, it seems both EA and Capcom have gotten this crazy idea that people still purchase games once the holiday season is over. Joining Army of Two in the November bail-out is catastrophic courtroom comedy, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law. Posting on Capcom's community forums, senior director of s...

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Aspiring winged lawyers undertaking ridiculous cases at an equally-ridiculous law firm will have to sit patiently, as the rumored delay is a rumor no longer. Confirming our fears in a post at the Capcom forums, Senior director of strategy Sven states that the delay is intentional on Capcom's par...

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Capcom hasn't announced anything official, so take this news with a grain of salt, but Spencer Yip over at Siliconera pointed out some highly suspicious activity on the part of online retailers. Evidently, Amazon and EBgames both list Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law with a January release date, wh...

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Want some Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law swag? Why, of course you do! To promote the new Harvey Birdman game, Capcom is holding a comic-creating contest featuring the show's cast. Apparently (we, uh, didn't see it) Harvey died at the end of the show of being-hit-by-a-bus-driven-by-Phil-Ken-Sebben...

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It's been assumed from day one that Capcom's Harvey Birdman game would be similar in gameplay style to, you know, their other lawyer game. This gameplay video confirms that not only are the games similar in format, they're identical. Listen to witness testimony (which is preceded by a "Witness...

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Okay, we admit that these screens of Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law depict the PS2 version, but we can guarantee with near certainty that the Wii version is going to look exactly the same, with different button icons on the screen. You can already see how readily the interface will adapt to the W...

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