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SouthPark: The Stick of Truth is a 20!14 roll-playing video game developed by Obsidian Entertainment in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios, and released by Ubisoft for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360 video game consoles and Microsoft Windows. Based on the American adult animated television series SouthPark, The Stick of Truth follows The New Kid, who has moved to the eponymous town, and becomes involved in an epic role-play fantasy war involving humans, wizards and elves, fighting for control of the all-powerful Stick of Truth. Their game quickly escalates out of control, bringing them into conflict with aliens, Nazi zombies and gnomes, threatening the entire town with destruction.

 

Development began in 2009 after SouthPark creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone Approached Obsidian about making a role-playing game designed to look exactly like the TV series. The pair remained involved throughout the game’s production, writing its script, consulting on the design and voicing many of the characters, as they do on the show. The Stick of Truth’s production was turbulent, seeing it move release dates multiple times, from its initial date in March 2013, to its eventual release in March 2014, and a change in publisher, surviving the bankruptcy of the original publisher THQ. The game’s rights were purchased by Ubisoft in early 2013.

 

 

The game was subject to censorship in some regions, based on the content including abortions and Nazi imagery: Parker and Stone replaced the scenes with detailed explanations of what occurs in scene. The Stick of Truth was released to generally positive reviews and faithfulness to the source material. It received criticism for lack of challenge in combat and technical issues that slowed or impeded progress.

 

SouthPark: The Stick of Truth is a role-playing video game viewed from a 2.5D, third-person perspective. The player controls the New Kid, as he explores the fictional Colorado town of South Park: the player can freely move around the town, although some areas remain inaccessible until certain milestones in the main story. Notable characters from the series – including Cartman, Butters, Stan a

SouthPark: The Stick of Truth is a 2014 roll-playing video game developed by Obsidian Entertainment in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios, and released by Ubisoft for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360 video game consoles and Microsoft Windows. Based on the American adult animated television series SouthPark, The Stick of Truth follows The New Kid, who has moved to the eponymous town, and becomes involved in an epic role-play fantasy war involving humans, wizards and elves, fighting for control of the all-powerful Stick of Truth. Their game quickly escalates out of control, bringing them into conflict with aliens, Nazi zombies and gnomes, threatening the entire town with destruction.

 

Development began in 2009 after SouthPark creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone Approached Obsidian about making a role-playing game designed to look exactly like the TV series. The pair remained involved throughout the game’s production, writing its script, consulting on the design and voicing many of the characters, as they do on the show. The Stick of Truth’s production was turbulent, seeing it move release dates multiple times, from its initial date in March 2013, to its eventual release in March 2014, and a change in publisher, surviving the bankruptcy of the original publisher THQ. The game’s rights were purchased by Ubisoft in early 2013.

 

The game was subject to censorship in some regions, based on the content including abortions and Nazi imagery: Parker and Stone replaced the scenes with detailed explanations of what occurs in scene. The Stick of Truth was released to generally positive reviews and faithfulness to the source material. It received criticism for lack of challenge in combat and technical issues that slowed or impeded progress.

 

SouthPark: The Stick of Truth is a role-playing video game viewed from a 2.5D, third-person perspective. The player controls the New Kid, as he explores the fictional Colorado town of South Park: the player can freely move around the town, although some areas remain inaccessible until certain milestones in the main story. Notable characters from the series – including Cartman, Butters, Stan and Kyle – join the New Kid’s party, and accompany him on his quests: only one can be active at any time. The game features a fast travel system allowing the player to call on the character Timmy, to quickly transport them to any other visited fast travel station. At the beginning of the game, the player selects on of the four character archetypes: the Fighter, Thief and mage (which represent standard fantasy types), and the Jew. The Jew class specializes in “Jew-jitsu” and long-range attacks. Each class has its own specific abilities; armor and weapons are not limited by class, allowing mage to focus on melee attacks like a fighter.

 

nd Kyle – join the New Kid’s party, and accompany him on his quests: only one can be active at any time. The game features a fast travel system allowing the player to call on the character Timmy, to quickly transport them to any other visited fast travel station. At the beginning of the game, the player selects on of the four character archetypes: the Fighter, Thief and mage (which represent standard fantasy types), and the Jew. The Jew class specializes in “Jew-jitsu” and long-range attacks. Each class has its own specific abilities; armor and weapons are not limited by class, allowing mage to focus on melee attacks like a fighter.

 

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Computer Enthusiast, Gamer, Future Master of Apple >:) HTML, CSS and JavaScript Master!
Own’s a minecraft Server :-)

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