Nintendo Wii News | Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Confirmed

By Adam Riley 04.09.2007 12

Capcom has now confirmed that Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law will not only be coming to PSP and PS2, but Nintendo's Wii as well on 13th November in the US for $39.99 /

Box art for Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law
Developer

Capcom

Publisher

Capcom

Genre

Adventure

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1

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Woohoo! I was a little jealous when I heard Sony consoles would be getting an exclusive Phoenix-a-like... That being said, I probably won't be getting this. It looks strange Smilie

Still, good news Smilie

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Part of me wants it to bomb on the PS2 and PSP, and sell like cakes of the hot variety on the Wii. Just to show that Law games can only be fun on Nintendo consoles.

That's the fanboy side of me, though.

dojo said:
Part of me wants it to bomb on the PS2 and PSP, and sell like cakes of the hot variety on the Wii. Just to show that Law games can only be fun on Nintendo consoles.Thats the fanboy side of me, though.
I like/miss that side of people Smilie

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Yay for fanboys! Phoenix Wright forever!

Yeah, I also want this to flop, or at least the PS versions. I feel that Phoenix's space has been somehow...violated by this Birdman...thing.

Yeah.Smilie

Phoenix' tend to be more hot than Birdmans anyway.

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This game's gonna be awesome/hilarious and fun/weird Smilie.

I haven't played Phoenix Wright, but from my point of view...

dojo said:
Law games can only be fun on Nintendo consoles.

Smilie


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I hope it bombs on the Wii, because it is going to cost 10$ more than on the PS2/PSP. Apparently it costs more to publish a game on the Wii than on the PS2/PSP.

Revolution is the solution.

The poor man's Phoenix Wright. Smilie

Bz0 said:
I hope it bombs on the Wii, because it is going to cost 10$ more than on the PS2/PSP. Apparently it costs more to publish a game on the Wii than on the PS2/PSP.
Prolly 'cos Nintendo are greedy... Making games for the Wii is dirt cheap though.

It's called a rip-off. Smilie

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Love the show...if they stay true to it, I don't see it being much like Phoenix Wright.

Harvey Birdman (the show) is way over the top and quite surreal. Usually, very little of it takes place in an actual court room (with many episodes never even making it in to a court room).

SuperLink said:
Bz0 said:I hope it bombs on the Wii, because it is going to cost 10$ more than on the PS2/PSP. Apparently it costs more to publish a game on the Wii than on the PS2/PSP.
Prolly cos Nintendo are greedy... Making games for the Wii is dirt cheap though.Its called a rip-off. Smilie

Err, it's Capcom making the game, not Nintendo (so blame Capcom for this one, not Nintendo Smilie).

The price difference does seem odd. I could see both the PS2 and Wii versions being the same price (since they have similar development costs) with the PSP version cheaper...but having the Wii version $10 more than the PS2 version seems strange.

I think we can trust this as Adult swim are involved and they have some of the funniest people on the planet working for them.

-Have you any idea what it's like to be a Fembot living in a Manbot's Manputer's world?
-What?

I always thought that games were just more expensive for being on Nintendo consoles... Not many games stay

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