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The voices of Matt Stone and Trey Parker have become synonymous with comedic gold. A majority of the voices in South Park are performed by the two creators and the same will hold true for South Park: The Game.
Obsidian Entertainment's audio director Scott Lawlor is in charge of not just implementing the iconic voices into the game, but also the sound effects and music. To ensure that the game sounds exactly like the show, the team at South Park Studios is opening the doors and sharing all of South Park's audio resources, including the show's composer and entire catalog of music. Check out the video below to hear samples and learn more about the working relationship between the audio team at Obsidian Entertainment and South Park Studios.
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Can't wait to see some actual gameplay footage from this.
Cheesy poofs on the desk.
The more I hear about it the more I get excited. I just hope the themes will change a little and won't always be pure ''medival-sorcery'' rpg kind of game. That's what the images seem to suggest for now, but I'm sure they'll mix it up.
Keeps getting better and better
Is there any chance we'll get a trailer, screenshots, or a full list of kids in the game soon?
Gonna be hilarious.
Long live south park
I hope the game duz good
yeah "chessy poffs" i see what they did there
Cool. I like he has a bag of Cheesy Poofs on his desk. :)