The creators of “South Park,” the animated show known for its crude language and lampooning hot-button social issues, are about to whack the video game world with “The Stick of Truth.”
The video game trailer showed the cartoon town being destroyed by “goblins, vampires and hippies.” The group of cartoon friends at the core of the show set out to save the town with the help of a “new kid” whose family just moved to the community.
A version of the game tailored for Xbox 360 voice and gesture-sensing Kinect controllers will let players taunt adversaries. The game is to be released in March 2013.
Air date set for reality show despite threat of CBS suit
ABC said Monday that 14 people, including a bail bondsman, a scientist and a bar mitzvah DJ, will become housemates and compete for a $250,000 prize. Audience feedback will help shape the contestants’ daily life and who stays in the game.
CBS, however, is seeking an injunction blocking the airing of “The Glass House,” alleging it violates copyrights and trade secrets from its show “Big Brother.”ABC has denied wrongdoing, saying the two shows have numerous differences.
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