South Park, the Stick of Truth, entertained me for a few days. I pre-ordered it & applied a discount from GmG, so I'm not super disappointed in the pay/play time ratio, but may have been if I paid full retail.
I played the PC version & had no bugs a crashes at all, which some reviewers seem to be having. The game play, while relatively simple, does present challenges on occasion.
Its the closest to playing an episode of South Park you could ever get. If you like South park, you'll like this game.
The biggest issue I had with it, besides how short it was, was that unlike the episodes (that have a point they want to get across), all the offensive humor is there...but it isn't actually saying anything. Its like they went out of their way to make the most offensive game possible, which they succeeded in, but without anything to say it just comes across as crass. For example: I repeatedly failed a QTE event where my character was pretending to be a doctor in the abortion clinic, Randy was pretending to be a female patient, & I had to prove to some men-in-black types that I really was a Doctor by giving Randy an abortion.
I didn't actually read the prompts (as I was clicking through them), so I messed up a bunch of times & kept aborting Randy's balls. Later on in the same scene, you fight aborted fetus **** zombies. Then its on to the next scene.
While I haven't kept up with the last 5 or 6 seasons, I have watched the occasional episode & pretty much every character in South Park history seems to at least make a cameo. It was fun & funny, but ultimately unfulfilling. What I don't really get is how they got away with actually mentioning Facebook, Taco Bell, & "the Dragonborn" so many times & didn't get sued...
Canada was pretty funny, though.
"The Rich are there to take all of the money & pay none of the taxes, the middle class is there to do all the work and pay all the taxes, and the poor are there to scare the **** out of the middle class." -George Carlin