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South Park Rally (Nintendo 64)

missing cover art
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Description

Choose your character from the cast of the popular 'mature' cartoon South Park, and tear through the streets in this racing game. Your character's vehicle may be a little cart, trike, or box, for example. Weapons include rockets, Salty Balls, Cheesy Poofs, the beloved Cow and even an Anal probe. All of the voices are also included, making it feel more like the real cartoon than a rally game. You can also play an all-on-all 4 player mode.

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There are 21 other screenshots on file for other versions of this game.


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The Press Says

Nintendo Power Magazine Mar, 2000 7.3 out of 10 73
Retrogaming.it Apr 18, 2008 7 out of 10 70
Gaming Target Jul 04, 2000 6.9 out of 10 69
Total! (Germany) Feb, 2000 2.75 out of 6 65
Gamers' Republic Apr, 2000 C 50
Super Play Feb, 2000 5 out of 10 50
HappyPuppy Mar 21, 2000 4 out of 10 40
The Next Level Jul 04, 2000 D- 16

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Trivia

Cover art

The game's cover art first appeared on the cover of an issue of Official Nintendo magazine. The developers eventually used that cover for the package of the game.

Nintendo 64 version

The N64 version has the Dildo power-up removed. Also missing are the unlockable characters Mrs. Broflovski, Ms. Cartman and Scuzzlebutt as well as unlockable character skins.

Information also contributed by Mark Ennis and Zaibatsu

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Grant McLellan (545) added South Park Rally (Nintendo 64) on Mar 29, 2001
Other platforms contributed by Kartanym (10777) and Adam Baratz (1352)