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<b>Devil's Attorney</b>
<br>As a game, "Devil's Attorney" is strictly average. The card battles against opposing lawyers&--much like those in "The Magic the Gathering"--work fine, but playing an Objection card to win a court case strikes me as strange. The character of Max McCann, however, the shady and smirky bro-ttorney with a tacky taste in interior design and wordplay, would be great in a sitcom parodying the Reagan-era 1980s. Let's make this happen, Adult Swim.

( Handout / December 26, 2012 )

Devil's Attorney
As a game, "Devil's Attorney" is strictly average. The card battles against opposing lawyers&--much like those in "The Magic the Gathering"--work fine, but playing an Objection card to win a court case strikes me as strange. The character of Max McCann, however, the shady and smirky bro-ttorney with a tacky taste in interior design and wordplay, would be great in a sitcom parodying the Reagan-era 1980s. Let's make this happen, Adult Swim.

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