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Dec 13, 2003 | 12:07 PM EST
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*** Strategy Guide has a website! ***

Welcome to Strategy Guide, hosted by everyone's favorite intergalactic space alien, Guido, and his pet cow Jorge! This time, Guido picks one of the toughest Nintendo games ever made, and attempts to prove it is impossible.

As promised (and on time might I add), I present to you: Episode 2! You don't need to watch episode 1 to understand this, as each episode stands on its own. Those of you who are familiar with the series should notice that the animation is a lot more fluid. To make a long story short, I changed my technique and jacked the fps from 24 to 30, for your viewing pleasure! Please enjoy the cartoon - your laughs and support keep me going.

And now for the Episode 2 FAQ, because you KNOW someone will ask!

Q: I was expecting more of the family after seeing the trailer. What gives?

A: This episode serves as a great jumping point for future installments. I now have a universe of characters at my disposal. Unfortunately, I have to introduce those characters before I can use them! So, episode 2 serves and an introduction to the Strategy Guide universe. Each following episode will contain one or more of Guido's family members.

Q: I've gotten to stage 3! Do you really suck?

A: No, I've made it to stage 3 as well (although admittedly, only a few times). This is what we in the cartoon business like to call a joke. :)

Q: Do you know the Stage Select Code for this game?

A: Yer darn tootin I do! Hold Right and press B, B, B. Release Right and press Up, B, B, B, Left, B, B, B, Down, B, B, B, Start.

Q: Are you in this for the money?

A: I'm in this because I find Guido as funny as you do!

Q: The Intro song ROCKS OUT! Where can I get more information about this band?

A: Go to RAGE's website! ... they've been around for years, and have many albums from which to choose. I recommend you buy them all. They're very talented musicians.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Very good job the graphics and animatio were great and it was quite hilarious too well keep up the good work


Rated 4 / 5 stars

You're right

That game IS insanely difficult and it's famous for it - another good flash, funny and as well drawn as the last one. Nice sounds, the voices are clear and in sync pretty well. Can't wait for the third one.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Way better than the trailer.

Although the trailer is just as good as this entire series, it didn't really give so much feeling and humor that this film gave me.
Wow, the things you say about some video games are so true. "Ghosts & Goblins" was indeed, one of the hardest games ever made (even though it was decent). But still, I never past the second stage, and the game was so impossible, I nearly broke the cartage in two of how angry I got.
But once again this movie was well worth watching. The gags were pretty creative, like all of brothers and sisters, and the cow joke. Great film!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

ok i guess

and yeah that game was a real bitch and a half took me a long time to beat that old piece of crap.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good times..

I never played Ghouls&Goblins for nes.. But i DID play Ghosts&Ghouls for snes...I could get to the third level, then die a horrible death. But man those controllers could take a beating.. I remember many nights staying up playing that bastardly game trying oh sooo hard to get PAST level 3...Then getting two or three hours of sleep. Until one day in a fit of rage, I managed to ACTUALLY break the controller...Then I knew i had a major problem. I should dl an emulator and play it, and break my keyboard. That will end my computer addiction. HUZZAH!