• WW: Q3 2018 Mode(s) South Park: The Stick of Truth is a 2014 developed by in collaboration with and published. Based on the American adult animated television series, the game follows the New Kid, who has moved to the eponymous town and becomes involved in an epic role-play fantasy war involving humans, wizards, and elves, who are fighting for control of the all-powerful Stick of Truth. Their game quickly escalates out of control and brings them into conflict with aliens, zombies, and gnomes, threatening the entire town with destruction. The game is played from a, perspective replicating the aesthetic of the television series. The New Kid is able to freely explore to the town of South Park, interacting with characters and undertaking quests, and accessing new areas by progressing through the main story.
South park: the stick of truth - gameplay - part 2 w/ i am wildcat - getting probed by aliens!! - duration: 1:43:34. I am wildcat 943,388 views. South park: the stick of truth. THE DEFINITIVE SOUTH PARK EXPERIENCE: Written and voiced by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, The Stick of Truth brings their unique brand of humor to video gaming. GameStop: Buy South Park: The Stick of Truth, UbiSoft, Xbox 360, Find release dates, customer reviews, previews and screenshots. Dec 11, 2014 Watch video Note that the events of South Park: The Stick of Truth takes place over the course of three Days. The walkthrough below is divided up accordingly. Note that The walkthrough below is divided up accordingly.
Selecting one of four character archetypes,,,, and, each offering specific abilities, the New Kid and a supporting party of characters use a variety of melee, ranged, and magical fart attacks to combat with their enemies. Development began in 2009 after South Park creators and approached Obsidian about making a role-playing game designed to look exactly like the television series. Parker and Stone were involved throughout the game's production: they wrote its script, consulted on the design, and as in the television program they voiced many of the characters. The Stick of Truth 's production was turbulent; following the bankruptcy of the original publisher,, the rights to the game were acquired by Ubisoft in early 2013, and its release date was postponed several times from its initial date in March 2013 to its eventual release in March 2014, for,, and.
The Stick of Truth was subject to in some regions because of its content, which includes abortions and Nazi imagery; Parker and Stone replaced the scenes with detailed explanations of what occurs in each scene. The game was released to positive reviews, which praised the comedic script, visual style, and faithfulness to the source material. It received criticism for a lack of challenging combat and technical issues that slowed or impeded progress. A sequel,, was released on October 17, 2017, and The Stick of Truth was re-released on February 13, 2018 for and. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Gameplay [ ] South Park: The Stick of Truth is a that is viewed from a, perspective. The player controls the New Kid as he explores the fictional Colorado town of South Park. The player can freely move around the town although some areas remain inaccessible until specific points in the story are reached.
Notable characters from the series—including,,, and —join the New Kid's party and accompany him on his quests, though only one character can be active at any time. The game features a fast travel system, allowing the player to call on the character to quickly transport them to any other visited fast travel station. At the beginning of the game, the player selects one of four character archetypes; the,, (which represent standard fantasy types), and the Jew. The Jew class specializes in 'Jew-jitsu' and long-range attacks. Each class has specific abilities; armor and weapons are not limited by class, allowing a Mage to focus on melee attacks like a Fighter. The New Kid and his allies possess a variety of melee, ranged, and magic attacks. Experience points rewarded for completing tasks and winning battles allow the New Kid to level up, unlocking new abilities and upgrades such as increasing the number of enemies an attack hits or the amount of damage inflicted.
Magic is represented by the characters' ability to fart; different farts are used to accomplish specific tasks. For example, the 'Cup-A-Spell' allows the player to throw a fart to interact with a distant object, the 'Nagasaki' destroys blockades, and the 'Sneaky Squeaker' can be thrown to create a sound that distracts enemies. Virtual Piano 1. Attacks can be augmented with farts if the player has enough magical energy. 'The New Kid' (top left) and his ally Cartman (bottom left) battle Nazi Zombies (right). A radial menu system offers an array of strategic choices, such as basic attacks, special abilities, support items, and the ability to summon powerful allies. The player has access to unlockable abilities that can open new paths of exploration, such as shrinking to access small areas like vents, teleportation which allows the player to reach otherwise unreachable platforms, and farts which trigger an explosion that defeats nearby enemies when combined with a naked flame.
Actions committed against enemies outside of battle affects them in combat; the player or opponent who strikes first to trigger a fight will have the first turn in battle. Combat takes place in a battle area separate from the open game world. Battles use turn-based gameplay and each character takes a turn to attack or defend before yielding to the next character. During the player's turn, a radial wheel listing the available options—class-based basic melee attacks, special attacks, long-ranged attacks, and support items—appears. Basic attacks are used to hit unarmored enemies and wear down shields; heavy attacks weaken armored enemies. A flashing icon indicates that attacks or blocks can be enhanced to inflict more damage,or mitigate incoming attacks more effectively. Each special attack costs a set amount of 'Power Points' or 'PP' (pronounced ) to activate.
Only one party member can join the player in battle. Certain characters, such as,,, and can be summoned during battle to deliver a powerful attack capable of defeating several enemies simultaneously; Jesus sprays damaging gunfire, while Mr. Slave squeezes an enemy into his rectum, scaring his allies away.
One support item can be used each turn, including items that restore health or provide beneficial that improve the character's abilities. Weapons and armor can be enhanced using optional 'strap-ons', such as fake vampire teeth, bubble gum, or a claw. These items can cause enemies to bleed and lose health, weaken enemy armor, boost player health or steal health from opponents, and disgust foes to make them 'grossed out' and cause them to vomit. Additionally, the 'strap-ons' can set opponents on fire, electrocute them, or freeze them.
Some enemies are immune to one or more of these effects. Enemies can deflect certain attacks entirely; those in a riposte stance will deflect any melee attack, requiring the use of ranged weapons, while those in reflect stance will deflect ranged weapons. The player is encouraged to explore the wider game world to find toys or new friends who are added to the character's page. Collecting friends allows the player to unlock perks that permanently improve the New Kid's statistics, providing extra damage or resistance to negative effects. The character's Facebook page also serves as the game's main menu, containing the inventory and a quest journal.
The Stick of Truth features several mini-games, including defecating by repeatedly tapping a button that rewards the player with feces that can be thrown at enemies to trigger the 'grossed out' effect, performing an abortion, and using an anal probe. Some of these scenes are absent from some versions of the game because of censorship. Synopsis [ ] Setting [ ]. See also: South Park: The Stick of Truth is set in the fictional town South Park in the Colorado. Mp3 To Wav there.
The main character, whom the player controls, is the New Kid—nicknamed 'Douchebag' —a silent protagonist who has recently moved to the town. Befriending the local boys, he becomes involved in an epic role-playing fantasy game featuring wizards and warriors battling for control of the Stick of Truth, a twig that possesses limitless power. The humans, led by Wizard King Cartman, make their home in the Kingdom of Kupa Keep, a makeshift camp built in Cartman's backyard; among their number are paladin Butters, thief,, cleric,, and —a young boy who dresses as a princess.