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South Park Rally
South Park Rally
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The Mayor of South Park has decided to stage a rally series
that will take place through the heart and outskirts of the town.
Favorite characters from the popular television series are included
and are able to make use of destructive automobiles,
including police cars, mini Porsches, Big Gay Al buggies, wheat bags, jeeps and dozens of other vehicles.
Take a wild tour of South Park, Colorado, in the most twisted rally racing game this side of nowhere. Cruising through South Park Forest, downtown South Park, and sites familiar from the TV show, racers forego the typical lap-to-lap racing style for a treasure hunt-style game. All of your favorite South Park characters are joining in the quest, including Cartman on his police tricycle and Chef in his station wagon. Collecting a variety of items from various locations, racers have a number of tricks up their sleeves to thwart fellow competitors. Mexican staring frogs, chocolate salty balls, and Mr. Hanky, for example, inflict damage to competitors' vehicles in ways that are better seen than explained.
Single racers are pitted against computerized opponents, while up to four players can team up, go head-to-head, or race in challenge mode. South Park Rally carries a "Mature" rating due to the fact that it's set in South Park's twisted little world. --Eric Twelker
|Product Weight:||0.5 pounds|
|Package Length:||5.6 inches|
|Package Width:||4.9 inches|
|Package Height:||0.2 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.05 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 19 reviews|
|Platform:||Windows 98 / Windows Me / Windows 2000 / Windows XP|
|Average Customer Review: ( 19 customer reviews )
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4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
What happened to Cartman's big wheel? Jan 26, 2000
Wow! After playing Crash Team Racing, the graphics on this game really suck! However, I'm a die-hard fan, so the concept really kicks ass! Who'd ever thought of using Ol'Freda as a weapon! For as elementary as it seems when you start up, it's quite challenging. It's hard to maneuver the vehicles. If you've been considering a South Park video game, this one is the best of the ones available.
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
SWEET GAME, PERIOD. Jan 16, 2000
If you want to choose between South Park Rally, and Chef's Luv Shack, South Park Rally is the one to go with. It has great graphics, great cars and other vehicles that are in the show, including Cartman's police trike. You can choose from all the characters you love, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, Ned, Big Gay Al, Wendy, Skuzzle Butt, Ike, Cartman's Mom, and of course, Cartman, and there are still tons more! Get this game, it is worth it! Very fun racing game!
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
A FUN AND CHALLENGING GAME! Jan 06, 2002
By William H. Ritter
This game is what you call challenging and fun. You get to be a lot of the South Park characters such as Stan, Kyle, Kenny, Cartmen, Wendy and many, many more. You earn characters as you accomplish the different race courses and some you earn for more challenging stunts. I like this game because it is not a game you can finish in a day. Some games are sooooo easy that you are able to do this. Before you go buying this game, I would suggest renting it first just in case it is too hard of a game for you.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
fun, but tedious (yes, even for South Park) Jan 31, 2000
I was honestly surprised at the high quality of this game (you'll understand if you ever played the original South Park shooter game). With challenging and original missions, nearly every character you can imagine, hilarious sound bites and great boards this game has the potential to be really awesome, but it is nearly impossible to advance or unlock the additional features since you have to start at the beginning of the Championship Series EVERY TIME! And with only a limited number of credits when you start (5 credits, but you can find extra credits hidden on the race-boards) this gets very time consuming very quickly. You can practice a specific race in Arcade mode as much as you want after you have unlocked it in Championship, but you still have to slave away through the other races. To (almost) quote Cartman: "Race is never finished, massa got me workin', somday massa give me a cheat"
The N64 version is slated to come out in late February, and though it might be a bit more expensive I would definitely recommend waiting to see if they fix these "problems." Much as I love South Park and have enjoyed discovering the few things I have managed to acquire in this game, it is really starting to get boring.
7 of 9 found the following review helpful:
A hard game but a great challenge Feb 28, 2000
The biggest problem I have with games these days is that you can finish them so quickly. South Park Rally was a refreshing difference. It really is quite hard toplay to start with, that is until you get use to the fact that you are not driving in circles and that you infact have to think to play.
The game has over 30 characters but as yet I havn't unlocked nearlly half that.
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