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.
As you read this list, you’re going to notice something about me: The thing I most care about in a game isn’t the gameplay, but the plot. I just love a well-told story. Thus, my personal top 10 list is largely full of either plot-heavy games or those that told their story in a novel way.
Here's the bad news: South Park: The Stick of Truth is still full of bugs.
"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.
The company that used to publish the blockbuster Company of Heroes and Metro franchises imploded in rapid and spectacular fashion in late 2012, getting its assets sold off in early 2013. Some of its holdings, like the WWE and Saints Row games, found homes. But the fate of other members of the former THQ family tree—…
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.
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.
I wish I could spend this entire review talking about how South Park: The Stick of Truth is one of the funniest games I've ever played.
Via Reddit, here's what you see when you try to play a certain scene in the European version of South Park: The Stick of Truth on consoles. (Warning: minor spoilers.)
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.
In preparation for South Park: The Stick of Truth, which comes out next week for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC, here are the ten best episodes of South Park, presented in no particular order.
Oh my goodness. Here I am, sitting in the Gawker Media offices on another Friday morning, just trying to get through the day, when suddenly Ubisoft releases 13 minutes of footage from South Park: The Stick of Truth and now I can't stop giggling at my desk and this is all quite embarrassing.
The South Park game is actually finished. It's gone gold. For real. Publisher Ubisoft just announced that South Park: The Stick of Truth will actually be out on March 4, for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Achievement reveals have lost some of their appeal here over the years. But then I see the list for South Park: The Stick of Truth and I feel compelled to share it. Here's the very first one, for 15 Gamerscore. "New Kid on the Block: Join the KKK."
"No, Uplay will not be featured in South Park: The Stick of Truth." Obsidian Entertainment, on whether Steam users would have to use Ubisoft's online platform to play the game. They later clarified that on PC, Stick of Truth would be "a Steam game, with Steam achievements," and that "Uplay was not integrated at all."