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South Park Delayed To 2013

Posted on Tuesday, May 15 @ 15:41:23 Eastern by


THQ has announced that Obsidian Entertainment will be delaying South Park: The Game from Q2 of this year to Q1 2013.

No reason was given, but it wouldn't be too suggestive to suspect that it's because of the ridiculously dense release window of Assassin's Creed III, Halo 4, and Grand Theft Auto V. Otherwise, it could just be the common reason of just not being ready. South Park: The Game deserves the time it needs to propel the South Park name to the top of the video game world.

This delay comes at the same time THQ has also declared a yearly loss of $239 million ending March 31 of this year, an increase from the $136 million loss from last year.The good news is that their taking this bull by the horns and cutting costs by $180 million, not banking on some of it's children's licenses, and more important, getting far, far away from the uDraw GameTablet.

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