With enough on-screen content to count as the eighteenth season of the animated series, The Stick of Truth does not hold back in delivering the infamous, over-the-top, satirical comedy we have come to know and love from 'South Park.' So let's join Cartman, Butters, Stan, Kyle, Timmy, Clyde, Mr. Garrison, Jesus, Mr. Slave, Randy Marsh and the rest of South Park's citizens and see how well Obsidian did in bringing this insane town to life.
Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, Butters along with an array of major characters from throughout 'South Park''s 17 year history appear in this launch trailer.
According to Obsidian, Ubisoft's controversial Uplay service isn't going to be attached to South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Cartman and the gang get a little more trailer love with these three new videos that highlight story elements and gameplay from South Park: The Stick of Truth.
The teams at Obsidian Entertainment and Parker-Stone Studios are hard at work trying trying to add last minute bits of satire and retro role-playing game mechanics into South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Immediately upon entering New York Comic Con's main exhibition floor, you can see a partial recreation of the town of South Park. Ubisoft was on hand at the event to show off some of its upcoming titles, and now that South Park: The Stick of Truth has an official release date, we were excited at the chance to possibly get our hands on the RPG. Unfortunately, this demo was strictly hands-off, but we still got to see the game in motion for the first time.
Obsidian is currently hiring for a new next generation game, which the developer hints will be an action RPG.
THQ's legal woes have continued to compound even after the publisher filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. With the auction for the THQ's properties set to happen on Tuesday, South Park Studios has filed an objection against the potential sale of its in-development RPG, South Park: The Stick of Truth.