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South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014)

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As the New Kid, discover the lost Stick of Truth, and earn your place at the side of Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny as their new friend.


Chris Parker, Chris 'Crispy' Brion (as Chris Brion)
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Credited cast:
Trey Parker ... Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Stephen Stotch / Clyde Donovan / Jimmy Valmer / Timmy / Mr. Garrison / Mr. Mackey / Ned Gerblanski / Officer Barbrady / Phillip / Tuong Lu Kim / Santa Claus / Mr. Tweek / Pete / Underpants Gnomes / Mr. Hankey / Frog King / Sparrow Prince / Catatafish / Al Gore / Ned / Sergeant Yates / Big Bad Government Guy / Morgan Freeman / Additional Voices (voice)
Matt Stone ... Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Butters Stotch / Scott Malkinson / Tweek Tweak / Michael / Gerand Broflovski / Jesus / Terrance / Jimbo / Additional Voices (voice)
Mona Marshall ... Henrietta Biggle / Red / Sheila Broflovski / Linda Stotch / Mrs. Biggle / Unplanned Parenthood Clerk / Additional Voices (voice)
April Stewart ... Wendy Testaburger / Annie / Shelley Marsh / Liane Cartman / Allie Nelson / Carol McCormick / Esther / Jessie / Jessie Rodriguez / Kelly Gardner / Kelly Palmer / Lola / Millie / Nelly / Principal Victoria / Sharon Marsh / Mrs. Tweek / Flora / Jenny / Sally / Amber Hankey / Snuke / Mayor McDaniels / Additional Voices (voice)
Adrien Beard Adrien Beard ... Token Black (voice)
John 'Nancy' Hansen John 'Nancy' Hansen ... Mr. Slave (voice) (as John Hansen)
Eric Stough Eric Stough ... (voice)
Bill Hader ... Firkle / Ike Broflovski / Filmore / Billy / Quaid (voice) (as True List)
Robert Amstler ... (voice)
Jennifer Howell Jennifer Howell ... Bebe Stevens (voice)
Jessica Makinson ... Heidi Turner / Henrietta Biggle (voice)
Colleen O'Shaughnessey ... Karen McCormick / New Kid's Mother (voice)
Stanley G. Sawicki Stanley G. Sawicki ... New Kid's Dad (voice) (as Stan Sawicki)
Tian Wang Tian Wang ... Mongolian Kids (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris 'Crispy' Brion Chris 'Crispy' Brion ... (voice) (as Chris Brion)

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As the New Kid, discover the lost Stick of Truth, and earn your place at the side of Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny as their new friend.

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An Epic Quest to become... Cool


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Did You Know?


The six members of the South Park PTA are: Randy Marsh, Mr. Mackey, Mrs, Broflovski, Principal Victoria, Mr. Garrison and Mr. Adler. See more »


During the cutscene at the Community Center when Randy is examining the recording device, the PTA paraphernalia on Mr. Mackey's table disappears and then re-appears upon resumption of gameplay. See more »


Al Gore: What? I can't die! I was almost barely President!
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Crazy Credits

In the bomb disarming mini-game, if you lose you see the entire town explode and a fake set of credits identical to the show's appear before re-spawning you. See more »

Alternate Versions

Scenes involving anal probing and abortions were censored in the Australian and EMFA versions of the game. Matt Stone and Trey Parker got around this by inserting an image of a crying koala and Michelangelo's David doing a facepalm, respectively, and a text inter-title "apologizing" for the censorship and describing what was happening in the scene while leaving the audio intact. See more »


Spoofs Fantastic Voyage (1966) See more »


By Trey Parker (uncredited)
Performed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone
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Best South Park game yet does not make it a great game.
19 April 2014 | by LittlebitsofgamingSee all my reviews

South Park games in general have been pretty awful over the years.

From the terrible FPS South Park on the N64 to horrendous Chef's Luv Shack and South Park Rally. Even the newer games like South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play! and Tenorman's Revenge with there mediocrity game-play hardly stood out.

Then onto The Stick Of Truth.

The good...

This really, really, really looks and feels like South Park. The animation is there, the tone is there the original voices are there. This is the most accurate South Park game made to date. The presentation is spot on and you do feel like you are interacting with the TV show.

You can tell time and effort has been put into this to make it look and feel like the TV show.

The Bad...

They seem to have forgotten this is a game as the game-play is so trite and stale this plays like a game from the early late 90's. Many of the game-play mechanics are so archaic they would have been outdated 15+ years ago. From not being able to sell stacked items as a stack and having to go though each individual item separately....tiresome. To tired old fighting mechanics that RPGs from the late 90's learned just do not work.

This is an RPG first and foremost...and RPG with only about 8 hours of game-play as the story is so short and the side quests even shorter. Plus it only has a level 15 cap, which you will hit WAY before you even get close to finishing the game, leaving you with very little to do in terms of ROLE PLAYING in this ROLE PLAYING GAME. This is an insult to RPG gamers. This game did not "need" to be an RPG and would have suited a simple button mashing beat em' up...which it essentially is as most of the battles you have do resort to simple button mashing. There really are little to no RPG elements in this supposed RPG game.

The map you can explore is only done so on a faux 3D plane, meaning you are really playing within a 2D environment...which does make sense given the show it is based on. But this also means the map itself is not very explorable with very few places to access. It's just not a big enough map for an RPG to be set in and does become very tiresome when you are back tracking over the same locales over and over and over with nothing to do to keep the exploring fresh.

The difficulty setting in this game is unbelievably easy, even on the hardest setting. There is no challenge to this game at all, so much so it may as well have just been an episode of the show you could just sit and watch.

Overall, it's a very dull and uninspired game...South Park or not. This should have been an arcade style game downloadable from XBLA or PSN, etc as that is what it feels like. It's most definitely not worth the full retail price being asked.

For a South Park game, it's full of references and jokes you can relive if you are a fan of the show...or you could just watch the show. For an RPG game, it's just so flat it's not really worth looking into as there are FAR better RPGs out there and cheaper.

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