South Park: The Stick of Truth

  • South Park: The Stick of Truth
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  • Nails the South Park humor and aesthetic.
  • Feels just like the show.
  • Light but fun RPG systems.


  • Easy, short, and shallow.
  • Classes too similar.

Expert reviews and ratings

By T3 on 80

Even a brief exchange with a bank teller will likely prompt a wry smile in long time fans of the show. It may be damning with faint praise to call South Park: The Stick Of Truth the best South Park game ever made, but that doesn’t make it any less true.

By on 80

Nazi foetuses, alien anal probing and sex toys in abundance. Can you really say that you expected anything more? South Park: The Stick of Truth is as much an entire series of South Park episodes as it is a video game. Like all episodes, a relatively...

By Tom's Guide on 80

After a number of licensed titles that ranged from mediocre to outright terrible, a much better "South Park" game has arrived. "Stick of Truth" combines all the inappropriate humor fans have come to expect from the series with a simplified RPG play...

By EuroGamer on 80

In gameplay terms it may be soon forgotten, but there's unlikely to be a funnier - or filthier - game any time soon.

By HardcoreGamer on 80

Everybody else will be in stitches from some great gags and deep references that reward devotees of the classic show. The maps could have been larger and pacing improved, but this is another great accomplishment by Obsidian and the first game to do the classic animated series justice.

By TrustedReviews on 80

It can wear thin over the length of the game, but The Stick of Truth is laugh-out-loud funny. It’s that rare game adaptation that gets to the original’s obnoxious, irreverent heart.

By GameInformer on 85

It’s one of the most faithful adaptations of a license I’ve seen, and it ranks among the best comedic games ever released.

By on 100

What is it? Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Fallout: New Vegas, teams up with the South Park crew for a lewdly hilarious role-playing adventure of a lifetime.What's it on? Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.When's it out? 7 March 2014.Dear...

By IGN on 90

There’s much, much more here for series fans than the uninitiated, but it’s a light but good quality role-playing game in its own right. It is, in a way, Season 18 all by itself. It is funny, shocking, self-effacing, and pretty much everything I could ask for from a South Park game -- even if it’s mostly a one-and-done experience.

By PCGamer on 90

Above all, it’s just a wonderful piece of entertainment. It’s surprising, surreal, packed with jokes, and rarely frustrating. I didn’t get bored once across the 17 hours it took me to finish the story and most of the sidequests, and it kept me laughing consistently until the credits. If that isn’t worth 90%, I don’t know what is.

By The Guardian on 80

In some ways this game is to the RPG genre what the animated series is to celebrity voice overs: a comic impersonation. As far as the comedy goes, however, Stick of Truth is fuckin-A dude.

By Polygon on 85

Other games treated the world Matt Stone and Trey Parker have crystallized over the past two decades as a prison they have to escape from. The Stick of Truth happily confines itself to that world, and manages to build a comfortable, hilarious home of its own.

By Forbes on 90

The Stick of Truth is funny (I can’t remember any game with so many laugh-out-loud moments), outrageous (continually reaching new heights of the gross and offensive) and awfully smart. It’s the video game fans always wanted, and a hell of a lot of fun to play.

By Digital Trends on 70

There's something deliciously perverse in South Park: The Stick of Truth ‘s design as a traditional turn-based RPG. It might be the fact that the edgy Comedy Central cartoon series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone is known for pushing the envelope...

By Strategy Informer on 90

When a game has a long, protracted and seemingly tortured development, it's understandable when if it finally comes out if it doesn't live up to the years of hype. What usually happens is that the publisher finally goes "get it out in two months or...

By PC Authority on 80

Continuing our coverage from a recent THQ junket in Sydney that started with the super-impressive-looking Company of Heroes 2 and followed on with the equally notable Darksiders II , we now present to you South Park: The Stick of Truth. THQ was smart to...

International Review By on

La licence South Park , comme beaucoup d'autres avant elle, n'a jamais été vraiment bien servie lorsqu'elle fut adaptée en jeu vidéo.PublicitéOn se souvient du catastrophique FPS South Park lancé à la fin des années 90 sur Nintendo 64, et plus récemment...

International Review By on

Если вы не знаете, кто такие чинпокомоны, не знакомы с Тэрренсом и Филиппом, и не понимаете, почему пришельцы занимаются анальным зондированием, — посмотрите первые сезоны мультсериала, а затем возвращайтесь. Иначе не поймете львиную долю пародий и...

International Review By on 90

South Park: The Stick of Truth pode ser considerado uma nova temporada da série, só que totalmente jogável. A influência direta dos criadores da série realmente deu frutos e se desenvolveu em um excelente game cheio de referências a animação, e que...

International Review By Les Numériques on 80

Particulièrement fidèle à la série, South Park : Le Bâton de la Vérité s'approprie avec brio les codes du JRPG pour les utiliser à sa sauce, durant une aventure hilarante qui réjouira les fans comme les nouveaux venus, à condition d'apprécier l'humour...