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.
A massive vampire battle, ginger doll thieves and an entire town dedicated to Christmas—these are just some of scenes cut from South Park: The Stick Of Truth, the role-playing game that begin with a suspected prank phone call.
Bullying takes many different forms. It was the worst for me when it came under the guise of friendship.
"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.
Some players of South Park: The Stick of Truth won't get to see the game in its entirety—a handful of 20-second scenes are censored in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) version of the upcoming RPG on consoles.
Next-gen graphics? Innovative controls? Nonsense. The best thing I've seen at E3 so far is a video game based on an animated TV show.
South Park's Trey Parker and Matt Stone appeared at Microsoft's E3 press conference today to show off their new South Park game, The Stick of Truth.
Given the paper cutout origins of South Park, it's no surprise that Obsidian's upcoming RPG South Park: The Game would take cues from the most famous paper role-playing game of them all.