The next South Park video game was originally called ‘The Butthole Of Time,’ series creator Trey Parker says in a recent dev diary for the game. But they just couldn’t pull it off.
I’ve been a fan of South Park for nearly 20 years. I’ve watched every episode, played every game, and at one point even dug up a copy of series co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s first movie, Cannibal: The Musical (unexpectedly good!). In other words, you’d think they wouldn’t be able to keep surprising me.
One of my E3 highlights was when Ubisoft showed more of South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the ridiculously titled sequel to Stick of Truth. Everything they’ve said since then has been just as exciting.
Ubisoft’s next South Park game will cast Cartman, Kyle and the other foul-mouthed schoolkids as caped crusaders. Why? Because the boys want to set up billion-dollar movie franchises, of course.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole comes out on December 6, Ubisoft said today, unveiling a bunch of new info about their next cartoon game.
It was Tuesday night, my wife had already gone to sleep, and I had nothing going on so I decided to dust off the old PlayStation 3 and revisit a quiet little town in the mountains of Colorado.
This season of South Park has been one long dedication to Tumblr, culminating in an episode last night that dove headfirst into the world of yaoi.
Are you an aspiring yaoi artist with dreams of seeing your work on national television? Now’s your chance.
The original Xbox never got a South Park game, but if it had it would have looked something like this.
Bullying takes many different forms. It was the worst for me when it came under the guise of friendship.
The GAEMS G155 Sentry Personal Gaming Environment doesn't get a whole lot of attention, but it's an essential piece of equipment in many a gamer's life, from college students to military personnel. You strap your Xbox 360 or Playstation 3 into the protective case, which sports its own screen and speakers, find a wall…
Whether you want a 2DS or 3DS XL, today is a good day to get one. The highlight here is the 2DS bundled with Pokemon X for $100, which is an extremely low barrier to entry to get yourself into that portable game ecosystem. Target is also throwing in a $40 gift card with the purchase of a 3DS XL, effectively bringing…
The security flaw known as "Heartbleed" could be the worst thing that's ever happened to the internet. Whether or not you're spooked by it, some people are already taking measures. Like...renaming their games on Steam.
"Never say never. I would do it again, in some fashion." South Park creator Matt Stone mentions the possibility of doing another South Park game in a recently published pre-Stick of Truth-launch interview with IGN.
There was a point in South Park: The Stick of Truth—somewhere between performing an abortion and farting on Nazi zombies—when it occurred to me that Obsidian's new RPG isn't just ridiculous—it's also kind of brilliant.
One of the best things to do in South Park: The Stick of Truth is to wander around and check every corner for funny references. I bet Stan's father already called the number on that Minecraft ad. He had some issues finding out how to tame a Minecraft horse in one of the episodes...
"It does feel like a double standard, a little bit. We weren't willing to change the content... as long as we could make a joke out of the fact that they made us cut this, that was fine." South Park co-creator Matt Stone, in an interview with The Guardian, on the censoring of South Park: The Stick of Truth overseas.
The new South Park game has swastikas in it. For the German version of the game, publishers Ubisoft said they were removing them, so as to comply with the nation's constitution, which forbids displays of the Nazi symbol. Only...Ubisoft might have screwed that up.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is full of hilarious surprises, but there's one that really stood out to me: Canada, the most delightful section in the game.