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South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition

This item is scheduled to ship on 3/17. From the perilous battlefields of the fourth-grade playground, a young hero will rise, destined to be South Park's savior.
Average Customer Rating:
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4 out of 4100%of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition
Review 1 for South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition
A TV Season in its self.
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Posted on:3/6/14
Tearlessdeath
Location: Santa Cruz, ca
This game is perfect for: hardcore gamers
I've been waiting for this game since they announced it I was a big South Park fan thru season 1-8 and I think after playing all start watching it again. let's start with what comes in the Wizard edition, the Cartman Plastic wizard doll is pretty solid and a great item to use as a bookend. The free download code for the outfits I didn't really care for and within 20 minutes you find better gear. The game it's self feels like a few episodes of the show. The tutorial is funny and brings South Park humor in it with the four class types Mage, thief, warrior and Jew (pick this class for a achievement) one of the best parts of this game is really the boring parts going thru all the peoples houses finding out what ms. Cartman keeps in here bedside table. Finding Cartmans tools and toys from the many seasons A.W.E.S.O.M- o robot and his "Faith" platinum album just walking around and looking thru every drawer and box is exciting, like Christmas morning. The game play is a simple turn based system that works really well for what it does. I noticed no big glitches while playing and you can get around 12+ hours out of it , 15 with 100% achievement if you've ever watched the show and liked it you should buy this game but remember since it not the tv show they hold nothing back. And parents unless your kid is 16+ don't let them play there are reason parts of the game were cut in Germany and Aus.
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5 of 5 found this review helpful.
Review 2 for South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition
this is awesome
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Posted on:8/25/14
drums
Location: mesa az
This game is perfect for: casual gamers
great add on to the south park series but anyone below a teen should not play without permission. go and get it though if you love the south park series cause there are so many reflections
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Review 3 for South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition
Amazing Game (Not Suitable for children)
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Posted on:4/4/14
NextEffect83
Location: Dinuba,CA
This game is perfect for: casual gamers
this game is hilarious and epic, if you are a die hard south park fan you want this game, but beware do not play this game around young children and anyone who would find south park offensive
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Review 4 for South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition
Loved the Game...... EXCEPT....
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Posted on:5/13/14
brokenlizard
Location: South Park, Co
all in all the gameplay is absolutely fantastic. the only thing i don't like is the pre-order problem. back then when it's still being published by THQ it has all these amazing pre-order perks u get. (Mysterion Pack) and (Good Times with Weapon Pack) now that Ubisoft bought the game all those perks are gone. and left us with measly and useless fellowship pack. i know i ask too much. but only because the game is so short and easy. i hope they make an add-on or continue the story after you finished the game. i know they're planning on making a sequel. but paying $80 for this short story rpg game isn't worth that much.
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Review 5 for South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition
Woo hoo
Posted on:9/30/13
Derpachu
Location: San Diego
Keep them coming. RPG's are needed right now. This is perfect. Also 80$ Surprising how cheap this is. I was willing to spend 100$. Can't wait. Might even play my 360 still more than my Xbox one.
 
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What Happened to the Original Pre-Order Bonuses?
Posted 10/17/13
Why are the Good Times With Weapons and Mysterion packs no longer being shown as pre-order bonuses?
Have they decided that those will be paid DLC in the future, or what?
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