Reviews and Problems with South Park: Tenorman's Revenge
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South Park: Tenorman's Revenge
27 April 2012
Summary: If the South Park kids had aged with the rest of us, they'd be in their early twenties. Stan would have likely gone to college on a football scholarship, maybe Kyle would be in law school by now. And I imagine Eric Cartman would be suffering from diabetes while Kenny, trapped by his economic status in that small town, probably would have taken up meth. Out of all of them, Kenny would have the best likelihood of finding enjoyment in Tenorman's Revenge .
Summary: Scott Tenorman has a right to be angry. After all, he was tricked into eating his own parents by one Eric Cartman. Seeking vengeance for swallowing bites of parental meat disguised as chili is understandable, and maybe even advisable. But Scott's vengeance covers such a wide area that innocent victims suffer just as mightily from his wrath.
Pros: A diverse cast of familiar characters
Cons: Chaotic level design, Cheap and unfulfilling difficulty, Stunted jumping mechanics, Poor camera, Replaying levels is grueling