This weekend I talked about some of the big disappointments from the first half of 2014. It's easy to get cynical after seeing that many highly anticipated games fail to live up to expectations. So much potential was wasted with those titles.
South Park: The Stick of Truth could end up being the funniest game of 2014. If you're looking for some additional humor after finishing the game, I recommend reading the Steam Reviews.
South Park and role-playing games are both close to my heart so a South Park RPG should, in theory, be one of my favorite games ever. However, South Park: The Stick of Truth frequently made the RPG fan in me argue with the South Park fan.
Believe it or not, South Park: The Stick of Truth is finally finished. Obsidian Entertainment announced today that the RPG has gone gold and will arrive in stores next month as scheduled.
While 2014 looks like it's going to be a great year for gaming, it will also bring its fair share of disappointment. Some games will turn out far worse than advertised and some will arrive much later than expected.
Ubisoft revealed today that South Park: The Stick of Truth will not be out by the end of 2013. They've pushed the game's release from December to March 2014.
South Park: The Stick of Truth will suffer no additional delays, publisher Ubisoft announced today. They've slated the role-playing game for a December 10th release in North America and a December 12th launch in Europe.
South Park: The Stick Of Truth is being developed by the same studio that brought us Fallout: New Vegas and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2, but it's actually inspired by a JRPG. Trey Parker, co-creator of South Park, said during a San Diego Comic-Con panel that SNES game Earthbound was one of the main influences on Stick of Truth.
This weekend THQ released a quartet of screenshots from the upcoming South Park RPG. The Stick of Truth shots show off some of the places you'll travel in this sleepy town of Colorado.
South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker were on hand at Microsoft's E3 presser to show off the first trailer for South Park: The Stick Of Truth. As you might expect, the trailer manages to poke fun at Kyle's religion.
Microsoft presented several multiplatform games during their E3 press conference. It was a bit curious but there was a reason: the DLC for each game will be debuting first on the Xbox 360. In some cases, the 360 is the only platform getting the new content.
Gamers will have to wait even longer to check out Obsidian Entertainment's take on the South Park series. The South Park role-playing game, entitled South Park: The Stick of Truth has been delayed to next year.
Previously entitled simply South Park: The Game, the forthcoming Obsidian-developed role-playing game's proper name has been outed via a listing on Xbox.com. Curious what the real name is? Keep reading to find out.