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  1. The Nelly song? It's the background music, listen to that, not the lyrics, very similar structure. It's as if they took the beat of the Nelly song where as the Princess Lover opening is only parodied and sampled for the first like 5 seconds of the Princess Kenny song.
  2. Every fart is learned the exact same way, there is no precision timing to any of them... they are all learned in the same fashion with the same exact timing as the others. I had this exact same problem until I realized, just wait for the game to tell you what to do and obey it. Every fart is learned the same way but they are used differently once you're on the world map. TRAINING: The game tells you to hold R-Stick Down. -> Hold the R-Stick Down. Then it tells you to use the L-Stick to find the frequency. -> Find the proper frequency with the L-Stick by having the controller rumble and visualize the wavy lines on the screen. -> Continue to hold the R-Stick Down and the L-Stick in the proper spot. Then the game will tell you to press R-Stick up to release the fart you've been holding. -> Press R-Stick Up. Done. Don't try to get ahead of the game, these training sessions are nothing more than pseudo mini games designed to make the player feel a sense of accomplishment. They take ZERO skill to complete, just patience to sit through the annoying prompts. Squeaky Sneaker (Randy's fart) is incredibly misleading as he tells you to fart BEHIND him, so once the fart travels past him most players start to panic and think they did something wrong... Not the case at all, the game is just tricking you. The fart MUST land on the floor to the far left and you must wait about 1 or 2 seconds, just like every other fart training, until the game prompts you to press R-Stick Up. Hope that helps.
  3. Yeah this game wasn't meant to be challenging man... it's literally you playing through an entire season of South Park. I'm pretty sure they wanted everyone to experience the entire thing as if they were just watching the show. It's game made for the hardcore fans, not hardcore gamers. I mean I recommended this to friends that stopped gaming years ago and they plowed through it on Normal like nothing in two days of casual play, and they have a job, girlfriend...etc. Never once heard a complaint out of them, only feedback about how hilarious the game was. Mission accomplished I guess... they made the content accessible to everyone and that's a good thing because it gives me something gaming related to talk about. It's a bit silly to expect a challenge from a game like this... Again, I'll say to you what I said to someone else... Dark Souls II, it's out on 360 and PS3 right now... in a month it will be available on PC... go play that if you want to rip your pubic hair out. ... and you will, trust me.
  4. I knew this sounded familiar... Gotta love South Park, the most obscure references on the planet. Combine this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkf6bwudKG8 with this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WYHDfJDPDc&t=0m45s get this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAz5Pf8dsXo It all makes sense now...
  5. This happened to me as well. It happened after I went for the achievement "knock out 3 enemies outside of combat with a single fart" There are 3 Nazi cats, 2 child Nazi's and 1 adult Nazi that run towards you after you break that wooden barrier. If you time the attack right you can kill all 6 enemies without ever fighting them. After I did this, the achievement popped and I couldn't break the leg of the platform. I reloaded the checkpoint and beat them normally, glitch was gone after that. If you didn't keep an old save or checkpoint, you're basically screwed and have to wait for a patch... it's probably faster to just start your game over in all honesty. I ripped through the game on my 2nd play through in 6 hours.
  6. Yeah that's basically how the summons work... unfortunately they don't reset automatically. Those summons are insanely OP and only good for normal fights any way... there's really no reason to even use them unless your just curious as to how they look. But yes, if you used their summon you have to walk back and talk to each person with each passing day if you intend to use them again.
  7. You can always just make a hard save just before learning Nagasaki, then finish off the game really quick by blitzing it, like don't bother wasting your time collecting stuff, just go beat the game without selling your junk. After you return from Canada the game is basically over... you go talk to Kyle and initiate the point of no return final quest. After you get the achievement for not selling junk the entire game, reload your old save and play the game as usual... that's what I did.
  8. It's kind of misleading the way this quest pops... If you've already collected all the underpants, which most people do because they're curious to see what the inside of the boys houses look like, then talking to the Gnome will start and complete the quest with Phase 1 popping up in the upper left corner. No worries, as long as the Gnome is on your friends list, you've completed the quest. You can't sell the underpants, they're a quest item, you can however sell torn underpants and this is where your confusion is coming from. Check your quest long it will tell you how many underpants you have left to collect if the Gnome isn't your friend yet.
  9. Yeah Mongolian Bow is OP for the early game, if you grab it before recruiting Token, Clyde and Tweek, you're laughing for a long while. I usually go Mongolian Bow > Broken Bottle > Recurve Bow > Buzz Saw For Melee Weapons it's pretty much whatever as it doesn't matter all that much until you get Cartman's Wizard Staff then I just switch to The Warriors Sword then finally The Sweet Katana. It's just unfortunate with all these customization options if you do some critical thinking, you'll realize which items are indeed the best options. So long as you have a fire badge, gross badge and bleed badge of some kind, you can kill bosses with any weapon just from the status ailment stacking... kind of a broken game play element... It's just too bad they didn't make more enemies immune to bleeding / fire / gross. If you really want to challenge yourself go through the game on Hardcore and stay away from using fire and bleed patches... use unconventional things like freeze and shock and see how it goes. Sometimes you just have to challenge yourself. I'm sure it won't make a world of difference though considering you can use items every turn AND attack... I mean all you really need to do is buy a lot of coffee so you always get two turns for each character... so 4 turns before the enemies even attack... you'll still cream it. This game was meant as pure entertainment and not to be taken seriously as a challenging gaming experience... if you want some challenge Dark Souls II is currently out on Xbox 360 and PS3... it's coming to PC April 25th... so there will be plenty of frustration to be had playing that game.
  10. [FIXED THE GLITCH - MUST READ] OKAY you guys are gonna love the game again after I tell you this. I FIGURED IT OUT! I solved the issue of the missing Chinpokomon. The solution is to SELL ALL JUNK, leaving NOTHING in the junk tab before learning Nagasaki and the glitch will not occur. I just did some testing on this and it fixes the glitch. :D If you're going for the achievement of not not selling any of your junk, beat the game first and then reload the game before going in to Clyde's fortress! Sell your crap to get Shoe / Mouse-Tik / Beibersaurus to appear again! The reason why this is so uncommon is because people probably sold junk their first play through and aren't really experiencing this glitch, so we're the early adopters of this crap. I hope this helps you reconnect with the game again Shelledfate! It certainly did for me! Peace boys. Mystery solved. Wow, so relieved right now, I'm gonna do a 100% play through on my 360 now... I did the testing on the PC and it's definitely happening across all platforms.
  11. [FIXED THE GLITCH - MUST READ] OKAY you guys are gonna love the game again after I tell you this. I FIGURED IT OUT! I solved the issue of the missing Chinpokomon. The solution is to SELL ALL JUNK, leaving NOTHING in the junk tab before learning Nagasaki and the glitch will not occur. I just did some testing on this and it fixes the glitch. :D If you're going for the achievement of not not selling any of your junk, beat the game first and then reload the game before going in to Clyde's fortress! Sell your crap to get Shoe / Mouse-Tik / Beibersaurus to appear again! The reason why this is so uncommon is because people probably sold junk their first play through and aren't really experiencing this glitch, so we're the early adopters of this crap. I hope this helps you reconnect with the game again Shelledfate! It certainly did for me! Peace boys. Mystery solved. Wow, so relieved right now, I'm gonna do a 100% play through on my 360 now... I did the testing on the PC and it's definitely happening across all platforms.
  12. [FIXED THE GLITCH - MUST READ] OKAY you guys are gonna love the game again after I tell you this. I FIGURED IT OUT! I solved the issue of the missing Chinpokomon. The solution is to SELL ALL JUNK, leaving NOTHING in the junk tab before learning Nagasaki and the glitch will not occur. I just did some testing on this and it fixes the glitch. :D If you're going for the achievement of not not selling any of your junk, beat the game first and then reload the game before going in to Clyde's fortress! Sell your crap to get Shoe / Mouse-Tik / Beibersaurus to appear again! The reason why this is so uncommon is because people probably sold junk their first play through and aren't really experiencing this glitch, so we're the early adopters of this crap. I hope this helps you reconnect with the game again Shelledfate! It certainly did for me! Peace boys. Mystery solved. Wow, so relieved right now, I'm gonna do a 100% play through on my 360 now... I did the testing on the PC and it's definitely happening across all platforms.
  13. That's weird that it's lagging there... that part is pretty simple. Basically all you do is hold the left stick to the left first as soon as you hear that suction sound hold the stick to the right, when you hear it again, quickly hold all the way left and just keep repeating that until the sequence is over. If the sound isn't out of sync then just listen for that and do what I said. It should go Left, Right, Left, Right and then it's over.
  14. Actually that's incorrect as well.. 1. Hold Right stick down. 2. Find the frequency with the left stick until the object shakes violently. 3. Hold both sticks until object explodes. ... profit.
  15. I dunno how you could be disappointed with the ending of this game... you're clearly not seeing it from the creators perspective. This was a side project that they decided to do to break the monotony of creating South Park The Show... they like these sort of deviations but they also don't like to linger on any one thing too long... That being said, you'll never see a sequel to this game or added content either because of how many issues they had with the push backs...etc. To them this is game is already old news and behind them. I thought they accomplished what they set out to do. They made the fans able to be a part of South Park and see what it was like. I mean they make you the center of attention the entire game, that's literally an entire season of South Park about you, the fan/player... [spoiler WARNING] I'm putting the next section in a font that almost resembles the background as to not spoil things for skimmers, highlight it if you want to read it clearly: I enjoyed how there weren't any real loose ends, the kids are done playing "Dungeon's and Douchebags", your origin is revealed as the Dragonborn and your real name is Dovakean. You also stop taking their **** and tell them to go **** themselves and walk away... Leave it up to your imagination... I'm pretty sure after all that noise, your family left South Park behind and moved on once again... It was a perfect way to end the game and go right back to the show... not to mention the show technically has gone on without you as there were two episodes that aired after the Stick of Truth prequel trilogy... So yeah, this game is either non-canon or the above statement is the only logical explanation as to why your character is no longer part of the South Park universe. There really isn't much more they could have done. I'm satisfied with it.
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