Mario Party for teenagers
It plays well on the Mario Party concept of a board game with mini-games, reinventing the board game into a game show. Some of the mini-games will leave you rolling on the floor with laughter simply after hearing the names (like "Spank the Monkey with Mr. Mackey," for example). The voice acting is also excellent.
Nothing new here. We've already had a dose of South Park in such games as South Park 64 and South Park Rally, and we've had three Mario Party's (so far). And there isn't a huge selection of questions. Play it for a few hours, and you'll start to get some familiar ones asked again.
The Bottom Line
If you're getting tired of the usual game, this is most likely for you. It is a good South Park game, and a more extreme Mario Party. Put them together and you have a welcome addition to any college student's party game library.