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In honor of yesterday's "Trogday" observances (honoring the day that Strong Bad brought Trogdor the Burninator to life, in all his majesty), Telltale has announced that Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People is now playable by those who only have Macs in their thatched-roof cottages. THATCHED-...

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Dear Joystiq, Can you recommend any good, cheep adventure games on PlayStation Network? With lots of crap, Brad Butler Well, Butter Face, as a matter of fact we can recommend a good, "cheep" adventure game on PSN. Check out Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People, which crams in five...

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Telltale Games has a difficult tightrope to walk, balancing as it does between narrative and gameplay. The studio counts on you being immersed in the universes it creates, but also has to keep all that character from getting in the way of the game it has crafted. Poker Night at the Inventory seem...

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[GinnyN] With Guybrush Threepwood fans taken care of, Telltale's adventure game-lovin' enthusiasts have voted Sam & Max as the next title to get Mac-ified. The Telltale blog confirmed the choice yesterday, saying that the other two titles up for porting (Wallace & Gromit and Strong Bad) w...

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Hey, remember that "totally unconfirmed" report that stated Telltale would be bringing its whole catalog to the Mac and, furthermore, would be showing off Mac versions of its games at Macworld? You can slide that over to "totally confirmed" now, as Telltale has officially announced that it is indee...

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According to Mac|Life, Telltale will begin supporting the Mac platform starting on Febrary 8 with Tales of Monkey Island -- and, as what can only be described as a great idea, gamers will be able to download both the Mac and PC versions of Telltale's games for one price. In other words, you won't h...

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Telltale Games has been rocking the retro lately, doing great things like bringing Secret of Monkey Island and Sam & Max back in new forms, and releasing new episodic classics like Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People. Now they might be doing so on the Mac: rumor has it that they'll be r...

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Telltale Games (Sam & Max, Strong Bad) CEO Dan Connors mentioned in a recent interview that WiiWare "requires the most planning" of the online console marketplaces. In fairness, though, he explains that all the current console makers' online storefronts attempt to make content relatable to the...

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With our shelves and Wii fridges creaking under the weight of new games from the holidays, Nintendo has generously given PAL gamers a week to catch their breath -- at least, we think that's the idea. Both WiiWare titles this week probably only appeal to a handful of people. The fifth and final epi...

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We're quite happy Eurogamer suggested that Telltale's latest episodic adventure game, Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures, could be headed to Wii, because we wouldn't have been able to post about it otherwise, and we're totally excited about it! They seem very confident, even putting a Wii ico...

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Shed a tear, children, for the last and final episode of SBCG4AP has finally dropped on WiiWare. We found the best way to send the series off was, well, the same way we concluded each previous episode: review it. If you'd like to start at the beginning, we've included a link to the first episode's...

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We've reached the end of our journey, as SBCG4AP comes to a close with its final episode, 8-Bit is Enough. It's a great way to conclude the series and easily the best episode of the bunch. If you're a gamer, then you're going to love the blatant fan service and all of the gaming references within ...

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Before we get to the actual information, we have to take a moment to give Curtis his promised momentary fame for coming up with the name for this weekly feature. So without further ado: CURTIS! Now, with that behind us: Strong Bad Episode 5: 8-Bit Is Enough (Telltale Games, 1 player, 1,000 Wii P...

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Aside from the last episode of Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, we've also got Rock Band 2 releasing on Wii this week. On top of that, we've got one new Virtual Console game, as well as some other retail releases and another WiiWare game. Head past the break for the list of this week'...

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Next Monday, the Strong Bad series gets wrapped up on North America's WiiWare service, with the release of the fifth and final chapter. If you bought the previous four and plan to buy 8-bit is Enough, you'll have spent 5,000 Wii points. That's more or less the price of a full game, but the reviews s...

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This Monday, the final chapter in the Strong Bad series will be available to download on WiiWare. Telltale just dished out a press release informing us that 8-Bit is Enough will be available next week. And, as usual, look for our review then. Who else is pumped for the last episode? [Via press re...

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Telltale has sent us over a new trailer and screens for the final installment in the Strong Bad saga, 8-Bit is Enough. With it being the final episode and all, Telltale is upping the ante with plenty of awesome Trogdor action. Several screens feature the burly dragon man burninating the land, among...

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Pit Crew Panic!, a bizarre minigame compilation in which you repair busted cars, trucks, medieval castles, wedding cakes, giant toilets, and whatever this is, leads the new arrivals on the PAL Wii Shop this week. It's joined by remade Nintendo puzzler Art Style: Rotohex and, as we expected, Strong...

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