A mysterious comet is revealed to be heading towards South Park Colorado. Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny must try to stop it before it lands and kill the various evil forces it has spawned!... See full summary »

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Jerome 'Chef' McElroy (voice)
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Mary Kay Bergman ...
Liane Cartman / Wendy Testaburger (voice)
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Jose Brown ...
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Jack / Clones (voice)
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Dolly / Various (voice) (as Kathryn Feller)
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A mysterious comet is revealed to be heading towards South Park Colorado. Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny must try to stop it before it lands and kill the various evil forces it has spawned! Mutant turkeys, killer cows, "Visitors", giant clones, living toys and robots are among the many evil minions and enemies that have flocked to South Park because of the comet. Their only help are various weapons and Chef who gives them advice. Written by Anthony Pereyra <hypersonic91@yahoo.com>

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21 December 1998 (USA)  »

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South Park 64  »

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Matt Stone and Trey Parkour granted permission to this game, but later opted to drop out of production after recording the audio clips used. They where not happy with the 3D look the developers insisted on using. Matt and Trey kept arguing that the game should be 2D like the show then left the project and said to hell with it. See more »

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Kyle Broflovski: Die, Pecker-Head!
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While the credits roll, we see the developers of the game as South Park characters. See more »

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Followed by South Park: Tenorman's Revenge (2012) See more »

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An dull waste of time and money
5 January 2000 | by See all my reviews

PC VERSION: For me, this video game had a lot going for it; I've been enjoying the TV series for some time and I loved the recent movie, plus this game is a first-person-shooter - a particular favourite game type of mine. So I should have been all set to thoroughly enjoy the antics of Comedy Central's animated fab four. Unfortunately, the programmers singularly failed to capture any of the South Park magic. There's no story per se - you simply wander around shooting turkey after turkey (or any one of the few tedious 'bad guys') using a variety of orignal yet boring weapons - actually you may as well use the infinite snowballs as the game is just so easy. Occasionally you'll meet a larger 'boss' who's predictably easy and mind-numbingly tiresome to kill, and then it's onto the next uninspiring, graphically identical level. Sure, the eye candy is extremely true to the SP series and the leap into 3D is a pleasing one... but once you load up the game and play for a few minutes you realise that the game is a hurried, repetitive waste of time that leaves you feeling very conned. Quite how this game got released is beyond me! Did Matt and Trey ever play it? What an apalling use of such a fantastic license. Respect my authorat-a and AVOID!


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