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Originally posted by clumsytoes44 Please tell me you can kill kenny over and over for S & G's
Yep, after he dies in battle after a turn or two he will automatically come back to life! True story!
"...simply due to the fact that the options of Fighter, Mage, Thief, and Jew are all extremely different."
It's funny, I read a couple reviews previously that said they play similarly with slight differences. I hope they are as different as you say though.
Gonna get this game as soon as possible and play the hell out of it regardless, though.
Originally posted by DeanGrey Bill, will there be any website changes to accommodate for the inclusion of non-MMO RPG's? Such as an easier way to work with the list of games? I would like to be able to split games up by MMORPG, SRPG, and MRPG (are those even the terms?).
Hey Dean, in Bill's column addressing the changes he sort of sheds some light on this, stating:
"We're going to make it so that when you default to GameList.cfm on the site, only MMOs are present, and that you'll have to do some additional sorting and poking around to see the RPGs, MOBAs, etc. We're also not suddenly going to have columns and editorials about upcoming RPGs poking all over the site. Most of our RPG coverage will be like other major outlets: reviews, previews, and video let's plays. "
Article - http://www.mmorpg.com/showFeature.cfm/feature/8277/Bill-Murphy-MMO-RPG.html
Hopefully that answers your question!
Originally posted by BillMurphy Originally posted by GeezerGamer Originally posted by Kyleran Looking forward to the review of the new Madden NFL later this year.
Heh, Yeah, my 1st thought was "MMORPG?"
- MMO + RPG
Translation, we need money and MMORPGs are too boring lately. I always go to mmorpg.com to learn about cooking. It is not the end of the MMORPG it is the end of Google PR based niche domain names. SEO is not what it used to be, fact.
Onward white knights!
$60 for an rpg that:
1.) is aimed solely at the narrow market of fans of a television show ( having been pointed out in numerous reviews already that if you aren't a diehard fan of South Park there's really nothing else here for you ) and
2.) can only barely scrape itself to 20 hours IF you complete every side and main quest possible AND take your sweet time while doing it.
I'll wait for the Steam summer or winter sale. $20 or less? Sure. $60? They're out of their mind.
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Originally posted by Randayn As for South Park, there is toilet humor with some pretty profound meaning hidden behind it all. Unfortunately, some people will just never loosen up and become a little (or alot) less sensitive...for those, there is always the Gilmore Girls.
I agree, I'm also a SP fan, Stone and Parker are great. (Team America was great too )
so I probably shouldn't even go this way, but I think it's only fair to say that... eer... actually the first few seasons of GG wasn't bad either funny and well-written dialogues, witty ripostes, cool references to movies and bands... and ofc Lauren Graham. She's awesome. The last few seasons weren't that good, but the start was cool.
edit: Incomparable, I don't think an online mode would do any good to the game. FGO was wrecked by it for example - and it also was a nice little game until Fox tried to turn it into a combat-craved, pvp action game.
MMO + RPG = MMORPG, which is what this site is supposed to be about.
MMORPG - MMO = RPG, which is a different genre, and the one this article falls into.
Originally posted by DavidJagneaux Originally posted by DeanGrey Bill, will there be any website changes to accommodate for the inclusion of non-MMO RPG's? Such as an easier way to work with the list of games? I would like to be able to split games up by MMORPG, SRPG, and MRPG (are those even the terms?).
That is a bit of a shame. It sounds like RPG content will not be easy to navigate. I hope that there is a point where simple dropdown menus let us sort by the types of games.
Say on the site if it's going to be other games than MMORPGs otherwise it becomes a site of random games. There is else where I can go for that. Up to you.
Still though, for South Park fans this game is worth looking into.
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Originally posted by Tygranir Will this game be coming to the next gen systems?
It's on the next gen system known as the PC.
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Originally posted by CazNeerg Originally posted by Tygranir Will this game be coming to the next gen systems?
PCs don't have generations, components of them do. Thanks for the reply though. For more clarification, does anyone know if this game will be ported to PS4?
Originally posted by Tygranir Originally posted by CazNeerg Originally posted by Tygranir Will this game be coming to the next gen systems?
No, it will not. It is only for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Maybe in the future it will be ported but that is unlikely.
Originally posted by GeezerGamer Originally posted by CazNeerg Originally posted by Samhael MMORPG - MMO = South Park Stick of Truth The article was good but the topic doesn't belong here.
So what you are saying is that they should only review games which can fairly be labeled as both MMOs and RPGs? Because that would knock a lot, arguably most, of the MMOs out of the running.
Why do we come to this site instead of IGN?
I came for the promotions and to see if the forums are as bad as its reputation is. I was not disappointed.
Anyway, have the game now and its a blast. Innovative in so many ways, funny story and tons of jokes.
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20 hours seems a bit inaccurate. Most reviewers as well as me clocked in at about 12-14 hours. The main story takes about 8-10 hours. Full completion efficiently probably takes about 15 hours (you have to be thorough as there are a lot of missables and you have to load a save before doing the "choice" you get in the game without spoiling anything). I'm really not sure what you'd have to be doing to get the 20 hour+ number. I'd say 40 hours is about average for an RPG, so this is considerably shorter than average.
The game is worth it if you are a South Park fan. If you aren't you probably won't appreciate a lot of the humor and references to South Park, though they also parody a lot of things including video games. Still, at full price you are looking at the same price per hour a movie would cost (possibly more) and for most people that's very expensive.
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Originally posted by AIMonster The game is worth it if you are a South Park fan. If you aren't you probably won't appreciate a lot of the humor and references to South Park, though they also parody a lot of things including video games. Still, at full price you are looking at the same price per hour a movie would cost (possibly more) and for most people that's very expensive.
That is the only thing that has stopped me from buying so far, the price per hour of value seems a little high.