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In the end, South Park Rally's charm, even for the biggest South Park fan, wears thin fairly quickly - especially when compared with Crash Team Racing, a similar, yet nearly infinitely more entertaining PlayStation game. South Park fans may want to rent this game, but it's far too limited to consider for purchase.
Les commandes suivent aussi la même logique de médiocrité. Simplissimes et peu réactives, les sensations de conduite sont quasi nulles et approchent le degré 0 du fun. Autre exemple, l'intelligence artificielle est mauvaise et les adversaires ne font vraiment pas preuve d'originalité. Bref, mettez tout ça ensemble, mélangez bien et vous obtiendrez South Park Rally un jeu pas terrible. Les accros de South Park crieront peut-être au scandale mais rien ne vient défendre la peau de ce jeu.
I'm dead serious. Everything about the actual gameplay seems an afterthought. Tantalus spent way too much time capturing every little nuance of South Park (and, admittedly, that was time well spent), but that left them with no time to actually make a game. The ideas, characters, and details are all there, but so many corners were cut that what they've ended up with is a donut, a big fat zero in every respect.
In the colorful lingo of those spirited children from TV's South Park, South Park Rally for the Sony PlayStation is a big, steaming pile of ass that looks like a lit bag of turds that's been stomped on, plays like an old Commodore 64 reject and, in general, should serve as punishment for the recently incarcerated. This insipid cart-racing game manages to capture the mean-spiritedness of the show that inspired it, without even hinting at its keen-minded social commentary and ability to make its audience hate itself for laughing. Credit Acclaim for shoehorning the South Park license yet again and pray, dear reader, the company never gets around to South Park: The RPG.
Ook op de PlayStation zuigt deze game zwaar en de graphics zijn echt hopeloos lelijk. Helemaal lau is dat de Splitscreen mode de arme machine hopeloos laat vastlopen.