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South Park: The Game Revealed

Posted on Thursday, December 1 @ 09:27:11 PST by

Can I play this on my Human CentiPad?

This is not the first time South Park has graced video games, with South Park on N64 and South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play! on Xbox 360. (Let's not get into Chef's Luv Shack or South Park Rally.) But this upcoming South Park: The Game, as revealed by the January cover for Game Informer, seems to be a serious bid.

South Park co-creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will be collaborating wth THQ and Obsidian on "full-scale RPG for the Xbox 360 and Playstatation 3". They are already in the process of writing the script, performing the dialogue, and overseeing development of the title, which will challenge you to defend the town from threats.

If the cover is any indication, each character will be able to choose from the standard mix of fantasy classes like mage, priest, warrior. I'm not sure if Obsidian is the perfect match, seeing that Volition knows how to do over-the-top humor with Saints Row: The Third. Let's just hope it's not as glitchy as hell. More details will be available in the January issue of Game Informer.

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