Today, South Park is one of the most entertaining cartoons of our generation. It's acceptance by the general public in pushing the boundaries of comedy and taste is a stark contrast to the show's infancy in 1999, when tabloids were publicising its controversial nature and activist groups called for it to be banned. Meanwhile, schoolkids the world over were quoting Eric Cartman and Starvin' Marvin.
It was no surprise then, that Acclaim, who had the license to develop games based on the franchise, completely rushed half-arsed and unimaginative titles out of the door to satisfy demand. Chef's Luv Shack probably stands as the worst of these, presenting a multiplayer quiz and party game that lacked any kind of competence whatsoever.