Elijah Diamond, GIZORAMA - "Disclaimer: I love South Park. I once said “South Park rarely disappoints” and I stand by that. I saw almost every episode, and out of the seventeen seasons, I would say that only five to ten episodes were complete duds, which is no small feat. With that in mind, when I heard about South Park: The Stick of Truth, I got excited. How could I not? With Trey Parker and Matt Stone writing and Obsidian developing, this seemed like a surefire hit.
And for the most part, Stick of Truth succeeds, acting as a pseudo sequel to the Black Friday trilogy last year, allowing it to stick to RPG and fantasy themes that South Park generally pulls off flawlessly. The humor is top-notch, never leaving much downtime in between jokes. Wherever you go in town, there’s bound to be either a character to talk to, a side-quest to perform, or some little hilarious joke in the background. The jokes often feel like they could have been from the series proper, and the best thing I can say about this game is that it truly feels like a twelve-hour South Park episode."