Global Game Awards
South Park: The Stick of Truth
South Park: The Stick of Truth
  • Game of The Year
  • Best RPG
  • Best Humor
  • Best Story
South Park: The Stick of Truth
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Game of The Year
South Park: The Stick of Truth
A great South Park game has been a long time coming, but with the Stick of Truth, Obsidian Entertainment may just have pulled it off (no crude pun intended). Despite substantial and varied censorship in different territories, here at last is the interactive South Park experience as funny as the show, even if at the expense of some gameplay elements. For fans of the show’s humour and everything rectum, there’s little left to wish for here.
5th
Best RPG
South Park: The Stick of Truth
If you’d told us a year ago just how good the South Park RPG was going to be, we might have had trouble believing you. Somehow, however, the game managed to seamlessly merge great mechanics and gameplay design with authentically “South Park” writing and animation. A must-play for fans of the series.
2nd
Best Humor
South Park: The Stick of Truth
Matt Stone and Trey Parker have made their irreverent potty-humour-satire blend a fine art. We weren’t sure it was going to translate into a videogame, but South Park: The Stick of Truth is laugh out loud funny and a huge contender for funniest game of the year. Funny, irreverent, immature, South Park: The Stick Of Truth managed to combine all the humour of South Park without compromising entertaining gameplay, earning it a GotY 2014 nomination. Like a giant bundle of concentrated South Park joy, The Stick of Truth is hilarious from its start to its ridiculously climactic conclusion.
1st
Best Story
South Park: The Stick of Truth
Right so South Park: The Stick of Truth isn’t exactly War and Peace but it was never going to be was it? What’s here though is genuinely the hands-down funniest video game of all time, delivering around two seasons worth of top-notch South Park laughs that propel you from start to finish. Rarely has gaming narrative been so absurd, catapulting the player from a role-playing fantasy war involving the kids of South Park to alien abductions, Nazi zombie foetuses and perverse gnomes.
3rd

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