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South Park: Chef's Luv Shack

video game review Video Game Review: South Park: Chef's Luv Shack Publisher: Acclaim
Category: Puzzle
Platform: Dreamcast, PS1, N64, PC
ESRB Rating: Mature    Release Date: October 1999

Overall Rating: 0.5 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
½ Star out of 4
(Review of Dreamcast version)

No wonder Trey Parker and Matt Stone calls their games crap. They're not kidding. I thought for sure I would enjoy this game, a sort of imaginary "Who Wants to Kill Kenny?"

This game sucks. The music is annoying. The time limits are too short. The pace is too slow. Stupid mini-games occur far too frequently. Load times spread through the game like Mr. Hankey hair spray. There is barely enough time to read the blasted questions and the four answers, and most questions are damn near impossible. The time has come for the walrus to talk of crucifying Acclaim for this sacrilege.

I'd rather watch my crappy "Who Wants to See My Derriere?" any day (shameless plug for

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