The latest game from Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment was unveiled at The Game Awards.
The game, titled The Outer Worlds, is a single-player sci-fi RPG. All things that make me oh so very happy. But what makes me even more excited is that it has a little bit of a western vibe at times, which of course reminds me of Firefly. And that, my friends, is something I need in my life immediately.
The game was revealed with an announcement trailer, which you can find below along with some more details.
South Park: The Stick of Truth Xbox 360 l PlayStation 3 l PC
DEVELOPER: Obsidian Entertainment
WRITERS: Trey Parker, Matt Stone
RELEASE DATE: March 4, 2014
It begins with a simple screen of black, the words “Press START” floating in the middle while some epic music plays in the background. Is this the next big fantasy video game? Why no, this is South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Fans of the hit Comedy Central animated series have been awaiting the arrival of this game for a long time now after various speedbumps (it was initially being published by THQ, who ended up going under before Ubisoft swooped in and saved the day) and delays saw its release date pushed back again and again. Sometimes delays like this can spell doom for a game. Sometimes it simply means that the game’s makers are taking as much time as necessary to deliver the best possible product.
Well the time is now, folks. The Stick of Truth finally hits store shelves today. Continue reading to see if it is everything you’ve hoped it would be, or if it’s just another animated TV show turned video game that fails to deliver!
The long-in-development South Park RPG, South Park: The Stick of Truth, has traveled a bit of a rocky road with delays and the game’s publisher, THQ, going under before Ubisoft scooped it up. We found out back at E3 2013 when we might be able to expect the game, but nothing set in stone.
Now the game from developer Obsidian Entertainment, made closely with the show’s creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, has an official release date to look forward to. Additionally, a collector’s edition has also been announced dubbed the Grand Wizard Edition.
Continue reading for the date and to see what the collector’s edition will offer.
The long awaited South Park RPG from Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment, South Park: The Stick of Truth, has been on the way for what feels like…well, forever. But that’s only a testament to how insanely awesome it looks.
We saw a trailer for the game last E3, and while it’s short, it’s still exciting to see a new trailer unveiled at E3 2013. Remember, the game was originally to be published by THQ, who went under recently. Lots of games and franchises landed at various publishers, and Stick of Truth landed itself on Ubisoft’s doorstep.
You can check out the gastastic new trailer for South Park: The Stick of Truth below now!
Early last week it was discovered that Obsidian Entertainment was teasing their next video game project after the South Park RPG Stick of Truth.
The tease turned into a countdown, and as everyone waited to see what it was, many speculated what it might be. Popular possibilities were Fallout 4, Dungeon Siege IV, and a Wheel of Time game…but, as it turned out, it was none of those.
Obsidian revealed their next game to be something being called Project Eternity, which they were to fund using the popular crowd funding website, Kickstarter.