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South Park: The Stick of Truth Xbox 360 Cheats
Game: South Park: The Stick of Truth
Game Description: South Park: The Stick of Truth takes advantage of the Kinect if you have one for your Xbox 360 and in it, you need to rise from the ashes of a fourth grade playground in South Park in order to save the entire town. It's more than an epic quest... it's an epic quest of comedic proportions!
Easter Eggs cheat for South Park: The Stick of Truth on Xbox 360
South Park: The Stick of Truth
Look through all of the children’s bedrooms and closets to find references to the South Park show.
The song that plays in the Canada overworld is an 8-bit version of “Blame Canada,” from the South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut movie.
The Fighter class has the Roshambo ability, a reference to an episode of the show in which Cartman and Pit have a fight.
If you talk to Officer Barbrady and get him as a friend, he will post badly-written messages, which references his inability to read or write in early seasons of the show.
The attacks of the four summons characters reference those characters’ notable moments on the show.
The destroyed City Sushi and the Tower of Peace are both in the game next to Mr. Kim’s City Wok, referencing an episode of the show in which the City Sushi owner commits suicide.
If you get Gerald Broflovski as a friend, he will post a message about a 300-foot tall metal client, a reference to Mecha-Streisand, from the show’s first season.
Cartman’s ultimate ability causes him to use his V-chip to deal damage through swearing, a reference to the South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut movie.
Morgan Freeman’s appearance near the end of the game is not just a cameo/parody in its own right, but also a reference to his two appearances on the show.
Televisions in the city play through the entirety of “Not Without My Anus,” an April Fools prank episode from the start of the show’s second season.
If you check out Stan’s closet, you’ll hear Tom Cruise refusing to leave, a reference to the show’s infamous Scientology episode that parodied Cruise and had him lock himself in Stan’s closet.
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||blinky on Fri, 21st March 2014 11:16 PM