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Submitted by -Mezzo- 753d ago | opinion piece

South Park: The Stick of Truth’s Ridiculous Possible Bosses

Gi - Obsidian Entertainment’s collaboration with the creators of the terrifically successful South Park animated franchise, the upcoming game South Park: The Stick of Truth, shows signs of promise that players will finally be able to experience the sublime madness of being a resident of the most absurd and terrifying fictional little town in all of Colorado. Inexplicably linked to South Park is a menagerie of monstrosities both beastly and human, and the responsibility of facing down some of the series’ loved (and hated) antagonists lies with “the new kid” out to prove his cool. (PC, PS3, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Xbox 360)

jakmckratos  +   753d ago
No Satan?
No Succubus?
No Scuzzlebutt?
No Mechastreisand?
No Cthulu?
No Crab People King?
No Sea Otter?
No chinpokomon?
No trapper keeper/Rosie O'Donnell hybrid?
No Scott Tenorman??
No Osama Bin Laden?
No Super Towelie?
No giant realistic Guinea Pigs?
Not even manbearpig????

Netflix is thy friend sir.
hazelamy  +   752d ago
damn, that list takes me back.
some classic episodes there.

hard to believe i saw some of those nearly a decade and a half ago.
BanBrother  +   752d ago
Helen Keller, maybe some sick-twisted boss like Mr Jefferson (I would die!!!!)

I really, really hope ths does not suck. Fortunately Trey and Matt are involved, as well as Obsidian. I'm a fan of all Trey and Matt stuff like Team America, Baseketball, and Orgazmo, and obviously South Park, though I'd have to admit not that into the newest episodes tbh.

The best South Park game so far has been the Tower Defense one, and that was pretty darn average. My least favourite was Tenorman's Revenge. Wow was that bad.
yfwiuysdfiou   752d ago | Spam
3-4-5  +   752d ago
This "Game" is basically the next South Park Movie, in terms of the amount of content we are getting.

I can't wait for this game. I loved the crappy N64 game and played the heck out of it, I'll def be getting this one.

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