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Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People Ep.3 (ALL) Coming Oct. 27

by Rainier on Oct. 23, 2008 @ 2:31 p.m. PDT

Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People is a story-driven series with a comic spin based on Matt and Mike Chapman's online animated series. The player uncovers each episode's comedic plot through character interaction, dialogue-based puzzles, and the use/abuse of inventory items.

SBCG4AP gives players the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become Strong Bad—a loudmouthed, boxing-glove-wearing megalomaniac and the self-proclaimed coolest person ever—in his ongoing quest to achieve total awesomeness. "Homestar Ruiner" kicks off a typical day in the House of Strong, with our hero answering emails, dominating in video games, and setting out to pummel his enemies. Then Strong Bad's scheme to win the tri-annual Race to the End of the Race lands him with an unwanted guest: his dimwitted adversary, Homestar Runner. Now Strong Bad must find a way to get the disgraced athlete back on the Free Country, USA A-list (and out of his house).

The Chapman brothers have been working closely with Telltale designers Mark Darin, Mike Stemmle, Dave Grossman, and Chuck Jordan on this second episode. The result is a hysterical gaming experience that puts the player inside of an extended Homestar Runner cartoon. In addition to the main plot, which unfolds through intuitive story-driven gameplay, the episode contains achievements and side activities such as the Videlectrix arcade classic Snake Boxer 5 and the ability to create your own "Teen Girl Squad" comics.

Strong Bad Episode 3: Baddest of the Bands

Rock and roll! Hurting for cash, Strong Bad sets out to dominate the Battle Royale of the Bands. Can he rule the stage and win the big prize?

Or will he be drowned out by the competition?

Save space for Strong Bad! With the Wii storage solution still a ways off, deciding which WiiWare games to download (and which to delete) can be a tough call. This is probably old news for some of your readers, but for those who are newer to the Wii online experience, this easy-to-understand guide for backing up Wii data might be useful.

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