South Park - PC

3.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
Rated: Mature
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From the deep reaches of space, a horror approaches. Once in a great while, the malevolent forces of the universe combine to form a force of evil so concentrated, so pure, that no bastion of goodness and decency can stand against it. It hurls through the universe toward its destination: the planet Earth. The town to be victimized--South Park, Colorado--is a quaint little town, nestled in the peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Where better to terrorize good and decent folk--yeah, right!

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South Park is under attack! There is a giant comet heading toward the town, and it's up to you to save them! We got anal-probing aliens, big evil clones, and of course, Terrance and Phillip.

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ASIN B00002NDEC
Release date July 6, 1999
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3.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #26,191 in videogames
#3,478 in Video Games > PC Games > PC Games
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Product Dimensions 5.5 x 4.5 x 0.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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It takes a little bit to get it to work. but I have win7 x64 and I have mouse control capability and everything. To me this game is great. Better than modern games really. The levels are huge!! and there are A LOT OF ENEMIES in every map. It always reminded me of Doom with a twist of South park on the turok 2 engine. Don't see why it was so hated on other than frame rate for the n64. DOOM+SOUTPARK+TUROK2ENGINE= A nice game to play when you are totally drunk! How could it get any better?

Again though I got it to work on win7 x64 so if any one has questions about how to get it to work or how something doesnt work like mouse input let me know. ill try to help! GTX 780 i7 4770k. so if it works on my system it should work on yours
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I rather enjoyed playing this South Park game when it first came out back in 1999. It was fun to roam around the town as Cartman, Stan, Kyle, or Kenny and take on turkeys, cows, aliens, etc., with such unique weapons as snowballs (white as well as yellow), dodge balls, toilet plungers, and chicken launchers. The game environment was nothing special even for its own time, with a few 3-D visuals thrown on top of a world pretty similar to what you see on television, and there was basically no interaction in between characters, yet such little things as listening to Cartman yell and complain when being attacked kept me playing. It had been quite a while since I played South Park, so I decided to give it another whirl. The game has not aged well at all. Having explored some pretty stunning vistas over the last four years' worth of gaming, I now find this game incredibly bland and awkward. I quickly realized that this is no longer any fun whatsoever. Children might still get some kicks out of it, but anyone who calls himself/herself a gamer of any sort will not. It is unfortunate, but this is the way of most computer games; new technology can make a five-year-old game look like something from the Pong era. Balancing the four-star fun I originally had playing South Park (noting as well the fact that its online multiplayer mode offered some appeal to those unsatisfied with the single-player experience) with the two-star disappointment I feel at this later time, I'm going to strike the balance and give it three stars.
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Awesome game and in excellent condition
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This game may have been mildly amusing if it hadn't been so incredibly boring. The lack of an option to save the game during a level instead of between levels only is a dead giveaway that this is nothing more than a lame console port.
Sure, the weapons may be original and fun, but all you get to do is shoot turkeys, turkeys, and more turkeys. Oh, and a cow or two. That's it. No way to explore the wonderful world of South Park in this strictly linear waste of time. I would have liked to do the mulitiplayer, but I couldn't bring myself to try to get my friends to buy it-I want them to stay friends!
After all the hype about understanding the difference between PC gamers and console gamers, Acclaim's release of this poorly-done port was almost criminal.
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