South park the stick of truth
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As with their episodes in the television series, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have written the scripts for the video game, supervised the project and provided the voices for several characters. Details about the game were revealed in early December 2011. On November 5, 2012, THQ announced that the release date was moved to April 30, 2014. Despite that statement, GameStop and others claimed that the product would be released in 2013.
South Park: The Stick of Truth has a sequel titled South Park: The Fractured But Whole, translated as South Park: Rearguard in Danger. Said sequel was released on October 17, 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC and on April 24, 2018 for Nintendo Switch.
I don’t know if I should thank Obsidian Entertainment or Trey Parker and Matt Stone, whose hand is noticeable this time from the beginning to the end, and frankly I don’t really care. The important thing here is that South Park already has its triple A and we can enjoy it.
There is enough room for improvement to start asking for a second part and wait for it with open arms, and although we could not speak of GOTY without fear of being wrong towards the end of 2014, the taste in the mouth that will be left to the follower of the series is just that.
South Park: The Stick of Truth’ has managed to be more than we expected. We wanted a game that reflected the craziness of the series, to live a chapter through a video game, and in addition to that they have managed to draw a story full of jokes and memorable moments that is already, so to speak, one of my favorite chapters.
I will not go into spoilers with the story, and I do not lack desire because commenting with you every joke or situation is undoubtedly one of the great strengths of the game after having passed it, as if it were another episode, but talking about a chapter with face and eyes, and farts, I imagine you will understand where the shots are going.
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In addition, funding between it and other places is also resulting in a new southern park game being made by an in-house studio. Exactly what comes out of this remains to be seen, as it’s presumably in the early stages of development, but there are two main games to keep gamers busy in the meantime.
And, at the end of the day, there’s always a reason to revisit past favorites: they’re fun. Both games are relatively short games that can easily fit into busy schedules, with Wand of Truth taking about 11 hours to beat and 20 hours to complete at 100%. South Park: The Fractured But Whole takes a bit longer to beat, being about 17 hours for the main story and 27 to do everything. Either way, the future looks bright for the franchise, but that doesn’t mean fans shouldn’t celebrate its past.
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The protagonist we create it to our liking, choosing your skin tone, hairstyle and accessories among many other options, being able to change these throughout the adventure with the objects that we get. We also have to select his class when we are explained the combat system, among which are Fighter, Mage, Thief and, the craziest, Jew. As a curiosity, the game does not allow us to create a female character, which we think is a mistake.
All characters, regardless of the chosen class, have Fart attacks, which depend on the amount of PP we have and are of great help, either in combat or when using them in the environment around us.
We can also interact with different parts of the stage, which allows us to finish off some opponents without having to engage in combat with them or achieve other objectives. By killing enemies we can collect items they drop, increase our level and learn new skills.
In an adventure of this caliber include subtitles in Spanish has been essential, although it is true that sometimes do not appear when we watch TV or listen to the radio, this being an important cluelessness.