''It's extremely rare that I find a game that I can't peg instantly. I've been writing about video games for a long time. I can usually pick about six or seven things that I like or don't like about a game within the first half-hour or so. Not so with Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People - Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner. In the three hours that I spent with it, I felt like I was always waiting to be impressed, waiting to be knocked off my chair from the humor that Homestar Runner has become known for, and while I did enjoy playing the game for the most part, I still felt skeptical by the time it was over. Maybe I felt like this because the game is a three-hour short episode in a series of at least five that are promised from Telltale Games and maybe it didn't have enough time to find it's stride. Whatever the reason is, by the end of the game, I felt unsatisfied and that's the bottom-line.''