South Park: The Stick of Truth is an irreverent RPG for "South Park" fans. Prepare for poop jokes, copious cursing, and everything that makes the TV series popular.
Humor: South Park: The Stick of Truth brings the bathroom humor. Despite the raunchiness, most of the jokes are well thought-out and surprisingly witty.
Seamless animation: The game's primitive cartoon style works well on a high-def console. The game has a relatively minimal user interface, making the Stick of Truth feel like a very long "South Park" episode. Load times are short, and animated glitches are barely discernible.
Flexible gameplay: The Stick of Truth makes switching classes easy. Over time, you can use any weapons or armor you obtain, so you can avoid getting pinkeye on an alien spaceship.
Often inappropriate: This game is not for the sensitive player: The Stick of Truth will offend players from every background. If you can't handle the profanity, grotesque animations, or insults, then steer clear of this game.
Short and shallow: The Stick of Truth is a relatively short game with little depth. The combat mechanics are forgiving, the quests are linear, and the journeys are elementary.
Do you like "South Park"? If the answer is yes, then the Stick of Truth and its shallow mechanics, provocative comedy, and seamless gameplay will be one of the best "South Park" experiences you'll have. If the answer is a resounding no, then you might want to move on to a more PG role-playing game.