A walkthrough video for the side quest Big Game Huntin' with Jimbo in South Park: The Stick of Truth.
A complete map of the town of South Park was created for The Stick of Truth, and it's quite awesome.
Much like South Park: The Stick of Truth, this post has been censored in Europe. It contains lewd acts, vulgar language and other stuff that just isn't appropriate for anyone but dirty birds. Whoops, turns out we can't do regional posts, so this is...
Obviously there's a lot of nods to the show in South Park: The Stick of Truth. We collected 38 of our favorites into one list.
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Have you tuned into Comedy Central lately? I mean, besides The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, and South Park? Because you really should be obsessed with some of their scripted series and sketch shows. Two hilarious New Yorkers justShow More Summary
I've never been a huge fan of South Park. I mean, I appreciate it's biting satire but there's just something about the show that convinced every suburban teenager to try a Cartman impression that just doesn't sit right with me. Oh, it's probably all of the terrible Cartman impressions I had to endure in my youth. Show More Summary
Alfredo and Brian makes the mistake of exploring Cartman's Mom's room.
Speaking to The Guardian about South Park: The Stick of Truth's censorship in Europe and Australia over a scene involving anal probes, series co-creator Matt Stone said "It's not that big a deal. It doesn't change things that much, but we weren't going to change the game downwards somewhere and just not tell anybody. Show More Summary
This week's Super Joystiq Podcast just hacked your cell phone and now knows that you are a hobo. Tired of all those four-person podcasts? Well so are we, so here's one with five people! Ludwig, Xav, Jess, Anthony, and Sam convene to talk about...
If all goes according to plan, it will look a bit like New York's floating park, but bigger. And on a bridge. The High Line--a winding, above-ground garden built on an old train track that slices through Manhattan's west side--is one...Show More Summary
You've got to catch them all. Chinpokomon are one of several types of collectible to be found in South Park: The Stick of Truth, and if you want to bag the complete set then you've got to catch them all. Click here to read the full article
Become the most popular kid in town. South Park: The Stick of Truth features its own version of Facebook, which you can use to befriend many of the colourful characters you'll meet as you explore the world. Click here to read the full article
Track down every outfit and weapon. In South Park: The Stick of Truth there are just over 100 costumes and weapons to locate, which offer you various buffs in combat as well as looking pretty snazzy too. Click here to read the full article
Locate every side quest collectible item. As well as tracking down that eponymous twig of veracity, there are plenty of side quests available in South Park: The Stick of Truth to keep you busy. Click here to read the full article
Enjoy Zombie Nazi Chef's salty chocolate balls Review Over the last few seasons South Park has become a bit of a stinker – and, more often than not, licensed video game adaptations are pretty whiffy too. When I first heard rumblings...Show More Summary
"It's not cool - it's lame, ridiculous and stupid," says Matt Stone. South Park co-creator Matt Stone has hit out at the European censorship of South Park: The Stick of Truth. Click here to read the full article
The censorship of the South Park video game is "not that big a deal", according to Matt Stone, one of the TV show's creators, but it's still a "double standard". Publisher Ubisoft censored the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the Obsidian Entertainment-developed game for release in Europe and Australia as part of a "market decision". Show More Summary
"It does feel like a double standard, a little bit. We weren't willing to change the content... as long as we could make a joke out of the fact that they made us cut this, that was fine." South Park co-creator Matt Stone, in an interview with The Guardian, on the censoring of South Park: The Stick of Truth overseas. Read more...