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  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 4/11/2014

    Sections of the office are still entranced by Dark Souls II, but with Game Informer’s official Dark Soul’s guru Daniel Tack at PAX East this weekend, how much success will they have? Probably not much, but at least the weather is finally nice enough where real life is no longing mimicking... More
  • Blog Post: South Park: The Stick Of Truth Launch Trailer Showcases The Large Cast

    After a number of delays, South Park: The Stick of Truth is finally here. You can check out the launch trailer below. Be warned, however that beyond the typical disclaimer that goes alongside trailer for South Park: The Stick of Truth related to profanity and inappropriate material, this one has a few... More
  • Blog Post: South Park: The Stick Of Truth Achievements Reward Farting

    South Park: The Stick of Truth's Achievements have appeared online, and nine of them are related to farting on enemies, animals, or friends. You can check out the full list of Achievements on XboxAchievements.com . Of the 50 Achievements, 12 are secret and presumably story-related. There are some... More
  • Blog Post: South Park Won't Require Uplay On PC

    You won't have to use Ubisoft's digital game management software Uplay to play South Park: The Stick of Truth. Obsidian's official Twitter account dropped the new in answering a fan who had asked if they would have to use the Uplay client to play the game if they preordered it on Steam. Obsidian... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Did You Think Of VGX Live?

    A new format made Spike's annual video game awards show feel much different than years past. What did you think? Rather than display a spectacle comparable to something like Mtv's Video Music Awards as it has done previously, this year's awards (retitled VGX) went for a more casual, laid... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto V Wins VGX Game Of The Year

    South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone were on-hand to present the VGX game of the year award, which went to Grand Theft Auto V. Parker and Stone offered some of the best jokes of the evening proclaiming the death of television and movies, while alos making fun of the prolonged development time... More
  • Blog Post: The Ultimate Console Wars Battle Draws Near In Part Two Of South Park's Epic Story

    Things are heating up in the latest episode of South Park, in which the battle between the Xbox One and PlayStation approaches the small Colorado town. In the episode, called "A Song of Ass and Fire," the heads of Microsoft and Sony join the fight to help the kids on their quest to get next... More
  • Blog Post: Latest South Park Episode Tackles Console War

    South Park has referenced video games numerous times, and the episodes have often been hilarious (I'm thinking especially of the "Chinpoko Mon" and "Make Love, Not Warcraft" episodes). Now, the show is poking fun at the console war between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In yesterday's... More
  • Blog Post: New South Park Trailer Is Hilarious

    A new trailer for South Park: The Stick of Truth, the forthcoming RPG from Obsidian Studios and THQ, kicked of Spike's Video Game Awards Friday night. The trailer shows just how close the game comes to mimicking the look of the show. It looks fantastic. Jokes were rattled off, and the gameplay looked... More
  • Blog Post: South Park: The Stick Of Truth Revealed

    We had heard rumors about the title of the game being The Stick of Truth, and now that has been confirmed. The game also has a release date of March 5, as long as Trey Parker and Matt Stone are able to pull off the same last second magic they are able to with their show. A trailer was shown offering... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Obsidian's South Park RPG Has A New Name

    If the game's page on Xbox.com is to be believed, the game is now called South Park: The Stick of Truth. We haven't gotten an official announcement from Obsidian Entertainment, or the game's publisher THQ about a name change, but Microsoft's product page has a cover image with the new... More
  • Blog Post: South Park: Tenorman’s Revenge Release Date

    THQ and Obsidian are already working on a South Park RPG, but that won’t be the only South Park game hitting consoles this year. Prepare for the revenge of Scott Tenorman. Other Ocean Interactive and South Park Digital Studios are working to release a new download-only platformer that let’s... More
  • Blog Post: Reports: Layoffs Hit Obsidian

    Reports surfaced this morning saying developer Obsidian suffered layoffs upwards of 30 people this week. In addition to staff reductions, the studio also canceled an unannounced next-gen title. Joystiq and Game Banshee both reported layoffs between 20-30 employees. The only two projects to be affected... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Spring Showcase 2012 Round-Up

    Microsoft held its Spring Showcase last week, debuting new information on Halo 4, Fable: The Journey, and a bevy of other upcoming Xbox 360 releases. If you need to get caught up, here's a round-up of our coverage on the games and announcements. Click the links below to read the full previews and... More
  • Blog Post: Digital Issue 225 Is Live: Read About South Park: The Game Now

    Are you tired of waiting for the full details on South Park: The Game? Game Informer Digital subscribers can read the story immediately. If you're already a subscriber, make sure you're signed in to gameinformer.com, hover over the "Magazine" tab in the upper right of the site, and... More
  • Blog Post: January Cover Revealed: South Park

    Trey Parker and Matt Stone have never been shy about their love of gaming. From Randy Marsh playing Guitar Hero in his underpants to the legendary "Make Love, Not Warcraft" episode, the comic duo have demonstrated an obvious familiarity with the medium. Now that they've conquered television... More
  • Blog Post: South Park Returns to Xbox Live

    A second South Park game, dubbed "South Park: Tenorman's Revenge," is due out this spring for Xbox Live. The first game, "South Park: Let's Go Tower Defense Play," was release two years ago. This platformer features multiplayer co-op as Cartman, Kyle, Stan and Kenny must battle... More
  • Blog Post: South Park Weighs In On L.A. Noire

    "Who plays video games to listen to a bunch of characters talk and press the 'x' button?" Nope, that's not the trolling of some random reader on our L.A. Noire review -- it's the seasoned criticism of one Stan Marsh via last week's episode of South Park . In the clip below... More
  • Blog Post: South Park Takes Another Shot At EA Sports

    The courts may have cleared EA Sports of wrongdoing over the use of player likeness in its NCAA Football games, but that didn't stop South Park from indignantly calling out the game publisher. Three weeks after a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by former college quarterback Sam Keller against... More
  • Blog Post: Top Gaming Turkeys

    They’re not as prevalent as, say, zombies, robots, or space marines, but turkeys have held an important place in gaming history nonetheless. South Park Most of the time, turkeys appear in a game for one glorious instant and disappear far too soon. In the South Park game for N64 and PlayStation... More
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