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Stick of Truth
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Posted 3/5/14
I bought it on a whim and I'm surprised by how much fun I'm having with it. Usually licensed games are nothing to write home about but the about of detail put into Stick of Truth is really neat. There's just so many references and little details to show...
So far my favorite part of the game (I'm really not that far in) has been exploring Cartman's room. He's got this little stereo in his room and every time you click on it, it will play a different song that he's sung on the show.

Anyone else out there playing Stick of Truth?
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Posted 3/5/14 , edited 3/5/14
Not playing it but heard it was censored in Europe & Aus. Hurray U-S-n'A !

I might pick it up when prices drops, not something I would want to spend monies on
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21 / F / Stranded by the sea.
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Posted 3/6/14
Yes, summoning Jesus to do my bidding is surprisingly satisfying.
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Posted 3/6/14
I personally paid little to no attention to this game, i kept hearing about it and at one point saw a gameplay vid available on Xbox dashboard. After watching it, I may buy it next payday.Have not decided yet, looks to be amusing but I don't think I will get to it or any other game for a bit after this week.
I was wondering something though, is there any character customization beyond class? I saw in teh vid that they called your character new guy and such.
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31 / M / Montreal, Canada
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Posted 3/6/14
The game is actually really enjoyable and funny as only South Park can be. But it is NOT worth 60$
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Posted 3/7/14
I don't have it, but I watch my friend play it sometimes. It's so funny! He's stuck at a certain part right now though.
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48 / M / Reston, Virginia
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Posted 3/7/14
Picked it up used last night (they had no new copies in the store, just a used one had just been traded in). Only played it for a little bit, the bit I played was fun, and felt like a South Park Episode. Gameplay feels light and a bit clunky, but the South Park humor makes up for it.
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Posted 3/7/14

Rlovelessa wrote:

I personally paid little to no attention to this game, i kept hearing about it and at one point saw a gameplay vid available on Xbox dashboard. After watching it, I may buy it next payday.Have not decided yet, looks to be amusing but I don't think I will get to it or any other game for a bit after this week.
I was wondering something though, is there any character customization beyond class? I saw in teh vid that they called your character new guy and such.


You can pretty much change anything about your appearance but everyone will refer to you as either Douchebag or New Kid.
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30 / M / Duckburg
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Posted 3/7/14
A lot of people may not notice this, but this game does seem to borrow quite a bit from two of my favorite games. Why people may not notice it though, is that these two games seem to be quite unpopular despite them being really good.

#1 Guild Wars 2 : The debuff system in Stick of Truth is almost a carbon copy of conditions in GW2.
Bleeding : Stacks up to 5 times, does massive damage each turn. (GW2 Bleed : stacks up to 25 times, does damage each second)
Gross : Does a bit of damage + Prevents you from eating food (healing) (GW2 Poison : Does a bit of damage + reduces healing by 33%)
Frost : Reduces enemies turn speed (GW2 Chill : Reduces attack speed and movement by 66%)
Burning : Large hit of damage (GW2 Burn : Large hit of damage)
Also Dying Clothes is very similar to how Dyes work in GW2.

#2 Radiant Historia : In Radiant History a large part of the game revolves around you making friends with all of the characters in the game. There are also two factions, fairies and humans. The first part of the game involves traveling around the map freely while all the NPCs do their stuff. You do story quests from your quest hub, and do side quests around the world. Around half way through the game, you need to choose do you want to side with the fairies or the humans. That is pretty much the same pattern of game play that South Park follows.

It is a fun game, my only gripe with it is that it is too easy. I put it on hard mode, and I have only ever had an issue with one boss. Every other fight in the game is easy as hell.
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Posted 3/8/14
The game lasted me for about 20 hours doing everything and I thought it was pretty darn funny. I felt like it was worth $60 from the enjoyment I got though others might disagree. The music is great with how epic it is contrasting the absurdity of what you're fighting. Combat was pretty good too and all the characters seemed rather useful. Some things I didn't understand like how to reduce armor at first was annoying but once I got the hang of it, it was no problem. My biggest complaint was the button mashing bit, which was a royal pain on my computer. It might just be a I need a new keyboard if it didn't register every click, dunno.
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Posted 3/13/14
I want it but my parents probably won't let me touch it. Also I only have 1 gb left on my 360
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F / Montreal, Canada
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Posted 3/16/14
I finished it today. I wasn't going to buy the game as most games based on a tv show suck, but the reviews and previews convinced me to dish out the money.

LOVED the game. I kept giggling at all the references, puns, and comments. The game is really well done and is a must for any South Park fan.
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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Posted 3/17/14 , edited 3/17/14
I love it, kinda sucks that Dark Souls came out a week later, I'm kind of split between the two
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34 / M / New Orleans
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Posted 3/18/14
I've been a huge South Park fan since the beginning so getting this game was a no brainer for me. Was not disappointed. By far the funniest game I've ever played.
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21 / F / Konoha
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Posted 3/21/14
I've been a huge fan of South Park and going into the game I knew it was going to have some humor that many wouldn't consider appropriate but I enjoyed it overall. Normally when a TV show or a movie makes a video game and you are a part of it, I can't help but feel awkward because I don't really feel like I am a part of it. South Park did a really great work at making you feel as if you are a part of the South Park universe. The fighting system can get a little repetitive once you get the hang of it. I really hope that they do more with it by adding DLC content.
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