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    South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

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    There is a new kid on the block in South Park ready to take on the elves in South Park: The Stick of Truth. Here is our South Park: The Stick of Truth Review.

    The game was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Ubisoft. It was released on March 4, 2014, for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch it came out in 2018.

    As a new kid who just moved to town, you set out to find some new friends, but South Park wouldn’t be South Park if there wasn’t some weird stuff going on. This time the South Park crew is playing The Stick of Truth, some Lord of the Rings roleplay. Turns out you are not just a “normal” new kid, you are pretty good at farting, and farting is funny, so you got cool fart-based powers and you can also pick a class, with one of them being Jew for some reason that probably makes perfect sense in-universe with something to do with Kyle. The whole game is just funny, you don’t have to know everything about South Park to get it, but knowing things makes the game so much better because the whole game is filled with easter eggs from a bunch of episodes.

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    There are enough twists to the story to keep it interesting, and as someone who now has done the 100% of this game about 3/4 times, it really never gets boring, the story and gameplay always just feel good to come back to, and just like how you can rewatch any South Park episode after a while and still find it just as funny as the 1st time you watched it, the game is just exactly like that.

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    The combat is all turn-based, but it also has some timed moments to do extra damage or do some effect on enemies, like making them puke or bleed for some extra damage over time. It’s a pretty basic system, but it works and is not bad. It does make the game a nice laid-back experience but also gives you time to think and make some tactics because there are different types of enemies each with their own weaknesses and things they are resistant to.

    Besides fighting and going through the story, there are also a bunch of things to collect like chinpokemon, clothes and friends. The clothes and friends also make you stronger, besides the skills you get by leveling up, there are also some passives you can unlock by getting a specific number of friends, you seem to have a natural skill in making friends with everyone so talking to as many people as possible is a fun side activity to do.

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    There is a lot I can say about the visuals, but it’s South Park. Everyone has probably seen the style of the show and the game is the exact same, they perfectly replicated it in an interactive way and even mapped out the whole town for the game as well, something that wasn’t really done before, so this is a cool way to explore the city of South Park if you ever had the thought of doing that as well. If there is a game that is 10 years old and still feels like it did when it launched, this is one of those games in every way possible.

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    A classic that hasnt ages a day and still is a must play within the Ubisoft library of games

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    A classic that hasnt ages a day and still is a must play within the Ubisoft library of gamesSouth Park: The Stick of Truth Review