Ok, well not really. They are giving gamers Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, to be more specific. After such raging success with the legal series, Phoenix Wright, Capcom has ventured into Adult Swim territory, taking the popular Cartoon Network series Harvey Birdman and transmogrifying it into a videogame experience. Fans are sure to be thrilled with the opportunity to not only watch an "episode" play out, but to participate. And what could be better than getting to control the third-rate superhero turned third-rate attorney? Playing out very similarly to the successful Phoenix Wright series, you'll be able to work your way through five comical cases involving various cartoon characters, gathering evidence, talking to witnesses, schmoozing the other side and in general, getting into trouble. Once your case is made, then you'll go to court to face off against the opposing attorney, in all of his pompous, mumbling glory.
Familair voices from the show, such as Gary Cole, Lewis Black, Peter MacNicol, John Michael Higgins and more, will be present along with an art style that is identical to that of the show.
Coming out this Fall for the PSP and PS2, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law is sure to be a hit with not only fans of the show and legal games in general, but anyone who wants a really good laugh.