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Feargus Urquhart loves RPGs. As the lead designer on Fallout 2 and one of the founders of RPG-centric Obsidian Entertainment, Urquhart and the rest of the team are not approaching South Park: The Game as a simple licensed title. A lot of thought is going into the challenge of creating a light-hearted experience that's enjoyable for fans of the show but also appeals to fans of Obsidian's deep RPG heritage. We spoke with the CEO of Obsidian Entertainment about how the South Park project began, working with the wildly creative minds of South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, and how the team at Obsidian is approaching the opportunity to create a massive 2D RPG based on one of the most successful animated shows in history.
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Awesome. can't wait to see how the game turns out
i thik in the end this could turn out intriguing but i only got ot watch the first 3 min cause my computer is messing up
This is starting to sound like a very good south park game, can't wait to see some actual gameplay but other than that sounds good.
This game sounds so awesome, I'm so thrilled!
Although I'm still incredibly excited for a full retail Southpark game, especially an in depth rpg, I'm a little sad it isn't 1st person 3D. Its how I first imagined it in my head last week. However, they could not have achieved the definitive South Park look if they went this direction.
I'm honestly not expecting much from this game.
My biggest fear has been dispelled, I was afraid that this was going to be 3D. To hear that it's 2D is great. I'm still on the fence, but I'm more open to it.