South Park: The Stick Of Truth in on shelves now, after several long delays. South Park has had a spotted past when it comes to video games, and this one hopes to redeem the name. But how does it do? Is it a great game to carry the name, or should it join the others in obscurity?
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone recently announced that they’re going to be branching out from their sleepy little Colorado town into the wider world of feature length films. The new studio, called ‘Important Studios’ will probably end up being the production house to bring the hit musical ‘The Book of Mormon’ to the big screen.
This is the police sketch of a man wanted in Pittsburgh on charges of sexual assault. Look familiar?
The first images of the upcoming South Park RPG hit the web yesterday and it’s starting to get me a little moist. The game looks pretty much exactly like the show and the whole thing has been mostly written and closely monitored by show creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Obsidian Entertainment has also been given 15 years worth of character models, textures and art assets to give the game a completely accurate look and feel.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have never been shy about their love for video games. But there haven’t really been that many South Park video games— I mean there was South Park Racing, but that was a pretty generic kart game that wan’t that bad, but wasn’t super great either. However, the next South Park game will be a full out South Park RPG.
Breast cancer has the pink ribbon, testicular cancer I think has a blue ribbon, brain cancer has… I don’t know, something. Colo-rectal cancer has… nothing, but comedian Michelle Dubrawsky is out to change all that. She has rectal cancer and is petitioning South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone to make Mr. Hankey the official spokespoo for cancer of the bunghole.