Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner Pro Reviews

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Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner Reviews

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1UP A- Aug 18 '08
Cubed3 8/10 Aug 30 '08
GameDaily 7/10 Aug 14 '08
Gamervision 7/10 Aug 11 '08
Gamespy 3.5/5 Sep 30 '08
Hardcore Gamer Magazine 4.5/5 Aug 11 '08
IGN 8.1/10 Aug 11 '08
N-Europe 9/10 Aug 11 '08
PALGN 7/10 Aug 26 '08
Wiiware World 7/10 Aug 13 '08
Zentendo 8/10 Aug 13 '08
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Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner Previews

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"Strong Bad's first videogame adventure definitely proves to be the perfect game for not only long-term fans of the online web episodes of Homestar Runner, but point-and-click fans that enjoy a weird sense of humour and zany puzzles in small doses. A strong core gameplay mechanic mixed with an engaging and extremely amusing script makes this WiiWare effort one of the best buys on the download service so far and certainly bodes well for the remaining episodes coming in the next few months."
"A lot more care and effort has been put into Homestar Ruiner than most WiiWare offerings. It feels very much like a product of the Chapmans. As a point-and-click game it doesn't do anything groundbreaking, but all of the window dressing is fantastic. If you've never watched Homestar Runner, I would recommend checking out the web cartoons, first. Strong Bad's Cool Game is full of inside jokes and doesn't introduce newcomers to this wacky world. If you are already a fan, though, you've got yourself a must-download. It's a short experience and I'm tempted to say the $10 price tag is a bit much. The PC version is only $9. But if you download all five WiiWare episodes you'll have spent $50 for a full-length game, which is normal. I can't wait to see what Strong Bad has in store for us next."
"Bucketloads of humour, an involving and relatively challenging gameplay experience, lots of references and continuity for long time fans, and generally a fun game to play. For 1000 Wii Points, it's an absolute steal"
"Costume Quest is a rollicking Adventure/Role-Playing game that unfolds on Halloween night across seemingly peaceful suburban neighborhoods, a mysterious village carnival, and a monster-infested shopping mall."
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