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Strong Bad Now Available on PSN, Best Version Yet

Mark Darin's Avatar Posted by Designer, Telltale Games

Hello awesome people and slightly more awesome people…If you haven’t already heard, or are living under some kind of boulder-type rock, Strong Bad just hit PSN! That’s right, Strong Bad’s Cool Game For Attractive People is now on the PS3!

Like most of Telltale’s games, this is a five-episode comedy adventure featuring the popular and bizarre characters of Homestarrunner.com as they sabotage the Big Race, engage in a civil war, stage an epic battle of the bands, create a blockbuster summer action movie, and battle the dragon-man Trogdor inside the many poly-triangled world of Videogames! And all for just $14.99. Yes, that’s right – less than $3.00 per game!

We’ve introduced a whole set of new Trophies and tweaked the controls so that the PS3 version is the best version yet.

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Here’s a fun side note: each episode features an 8-bit style mini game playable from within the main game. The designer for each episode was responsible for their own mini game, that includes design, graphics and programming! It’s a really interesting way to gain insight to the types of games each individual designer liked as a kid! Anyway, be on the lookout for it!

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twistedvivid said:

December 21st, 6:33 pm


FearMonkey said:

December 21st, 6:33 pm

Is it weird that I read that entire post in Strong Bad’s voice? :p

twistedvivid said:

December 21st, 6:36 pm

Will it be in 3D?

Permafry_42 said:

December 21st, 6:43 pm

any discounts for Playstation plus members?

morph147 said:

December 21st, 6:49 pm

so are their ps3 trophies for this for the ps3 trophy system or is the trophy in game type awards only

Jisatsu_Kiddo said:

December 21st, 6:56 pm

I remember when SB was a hidden gem on the net.

ExPresident said:

December 21st, 7:13 pm

I don’t know anything about this game, or if I’m going to get it but that video was pretty frickin funny :)

If it was for the PSP I’d dl it now just to pass time :)

neorudemovement said:

December 21st, 7:28 pm

wow. loads of excitement going on here in the comment section! jisatsu, it still seems to be a hidden gem on the net.

im getting it.

Ryukipenguin said:

December 21st, 7:50 pm

That trailer has me sold.
It’s so awesome.
How awesome is it?
I read a book once called The Book of Awesome (google it up if you want)
Yeah, that’s where this game belongs.

TheUltimateSword said:

December 21st, 8:24 pm

“The System is Down,The System is Down” Gotta love that lyric from Strong Bad. Never thought a game would be made. I’ll have to check it out in 3 days (Thats when I get my ps3) :)

MusicMan05 said:

December 21st, 9:06 pm

That’s a great deal compared to how much it is on the Wii when I first played it.

Scavengre said:

December 21st, 9:48 pm

Do we get to read emails to SB?

DeadCell34 said:

December 21st, 9:49 pm

TROGDOR!!!!!!!!!!!! Burninating the country side, burninating the peasants, burninating all the peoples AND THEIR THATCHED ROOF COTAGES!

Oh the memories.

plaztiksyke said:

December 21st, 10:03 pm

I played SBCG4AP on WiiWare, and it was absolutely hilarious and fun. I liked it even better than Sam & Max! My friend that I played all the episodes with ended up playing them again because he enjoyed them so much. Now I’m going to do the same!

I’m super happy to see it come to PS3 now with better graphics and sound. I can’t wait to hear the improved music without all that awful lisping/warbling that the WiiWare version had.

I can’t wait to play Sam & Max Season 1 & 2 on PSN. All of these games have great replayability due to the nested jokes, easter eggs, and seemingly infinite combinations of dialog and item choices.

I hope 2011 brings even more HD Telltale awesomeness to PSN! If I could pre-order the Back to the Future PSN season, I would!

plaztiksyke said:

December 21st, 10:05 pm

PS: If you’re bringing more Sam & Max to PSN, it would be awesome to see the graphical improvements (lighting, models, shaders, etc) “back-ported” to seasons 1 & 2. Season 3 had an amazing cinematic look to it that really helped emphasize some of the dark humor!


December 21st, 10:09 pm

Too bad they couldn’t get toby to do the voices any more.

EggySong85 said:

December 21st, 11:05 pm

I guess I don’t get episodic gaming at all, but it doesn’t come across me as a bargain… more like a ploy to make a cheap game seem like there’s more content than there is. When I see a game that’s charging a substantial price for just a single “episode,” I just shake my head, call it a money trap, and look for an actual complete game to waste my money on.

Can anyone explain to me why buying Strongbad’s Cool Game For Attractive people in it’s entirety for $15 is a bargain? Does it really play like a $30-50 game?

Kchow23 said:

December 22nd, 12:22 am

rabid dog and bunny men hahah

plaztiksyke said:

December 22nd, 12:34 am

@17, it allows you to play an episode (2-3 hours), which has it’s own self-contained storyline, take time away, then come back and play the next episode. That doesn’t mean the over-arching storyline is shallow, but it is easy to pick up the thread once again. This keeps the story and characters a central focus. 15 hours of gameplay, that is very high quality, and not artificially stretched out with bogus missions that don’t move the plot forward, is very much worth it to me.

Another thing I like about episodic games is that, when playing them as they are coming out, you can provide feedback and influence over the remaining episodes.

If you prefer map packs, skins and other non-creative artificial extensions to 5-hour $60 games, more power to you. I prefer to extend my experience in a game’s universe with well-designed puzzles that are coherent with the strong story and characters.

CrazedGeek said:

December 22nd, 1:41 am

Meh, I can’t say I’m terribly impressed.

Having played both the WiiWare and PC versions of SBCG4AP, this seems kinda weak. 1080p support is awesome, but the trophies seem slightly glitched and the control scheme leaves a hell of a lot to be desired.

Question: Does the camera exist in the PS3 version? The photo booth seems rather pointless without it.

JumpMan33 said:

December 22nd, 3:47 am

does this game have move support?

Alastair- said:

December 22nd, 5:09 am

Move support for this would be genius.
I’d buy this if I didn’t already have it on Wii and PC.

Manigamer said:

December 22nd, 6:15 am

haha looks nice !

moandmunch said:

December 22nd, 7:55 am

strongbad= epic and this game will be epic

Dardantuan said:

December 22nd, 9:58 am

I already own all these on the Wii, and loved every minute of playing them. So this game doesn’t have Move support? That seems a little weird. I may pick these up on the PS3 to play again in HD somewhere down the line. Are there any plans to patch with Move controls?

Grocerspride said:

December 22nd, 10:33 am

I really would have liked some Move controls, but whatever I can still play it on my PS3!

sword_script523 said:

December 22nd, 11:01 am

Oh my gosh! I am so excited!!
I’ve been following Homestarrunner.com for years, and this is awesome! :D

KainDrake said:

December 22nd, 12:38 pm

I read it in Strong Bad’s voice too. :p

Brawler47G said:

December 24th, 8:16 am

There’s a bug/glitch that wont let me talk to the rest of the Homestarmy other then Homestar. Please patch this up, but other then that IT’S AN STRONG BAD AWESOME GAME!

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