Posts Tagged ‘ps3’

When it comes to cartoon shows on TV my absolute favourite has got to be South Park. Trey Parker and Matt Stone provide great satire on pop culture and what’s topical in a way that’s often roaringly offensive but really clever nontheless. Now what I really wanted for a long time was a South Park game to capture that feel. There were some South Park games on the PS1/N64 which I’ve never played, but I’ve heard are just mediocre alternatives to other better games. The game I’m going to be talking about is the recent South Park The Stick of Truth for the PS3. How is this game? Is it the South Park game the fans have been hoping for? Well let’s see.




Dishonoured is one of those surprises that come along now and then that totally redefines the genre it is classed as. In this case the stealth genre. Unlike recent splinter cell games where the layout is more linear Dishonoured gives you a more open-ended approach much like Hitman Blood Money or most notably the Thief Series. Our Protagonist is Corvo Antano a bodyguard for the empress of dunwall who has recently come back from an assignment to try and find a cure for the rat plague that has hit the city. However things take a turn for the worst when the empress is murdered and her daughter is kidnapped, Corvo is framed for it and goes on a quest to clear his name meeting many characters along the way. The games writing does its job for what it is trying to achieve even throwing twists to the plot to keep you interested. The big problem with the story is the characters, they feel one dimensional (with the possible exception of the outsider) and opportunity is missed when you go back to your base to characterise them further. As for the look of the game people say it is a moving painting and I agree. The game is beautiful and has a certain cartoonish style while at the same time retaining the grime atmosphere you are in.