South Park The Stick of Truth Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** An RPG based on the adult animated series South Park with similar animated-style graphics. The Platinum is not difficult, only requires some time.
|South Park: The Stick of Truth
South Park: The Stick of Truth
South Park: The Stick of Truth is an RPG based on the South Park adult animated series. The game is played in a 2.5D third-person perspective, with graphics that simulate the TV series, and uses the same voice actors including Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who were also involved in the game's development.
The player-character is the New Kid who has just moved into South Park, who allies himself with Butters, Princess Kenny, and Cartman, who are competing against Stan, Jimmy, and High Jew Elf Kyle, for the all-powerful Stick of Truth.
South Park: The Stick of Truth received positive reviews with an average score of 86%, praised for its detail, humor, and faithfulness to the TV show, though criticized by some for its shallowness to players unfamiliar with the South Park series.
Since South Park: The Stick of Truth is a straight-up RPG, the game only requires a bit of strategy, though is overall quite easy. What does make this Platinum a little challenging, however, are all the missable trophies, of which there are 21. If you plan ahead, make multiple saves, and follow some of the guides under our Links tab, the Platinum can be unlocked in one playthrough.
Expect a little over 15 hours for the Platinum if following a guide, and more if you end up doing an extra playthrough.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS3.
If you plan to get the Platinum in one playthrough, which of course is the fastest method, then you'll need to get familiar with the trophies. There are 21 missable trophies in total. Some of these are event-specific, such as being bitten 3 times by gingers for the Gingivitis trophy, or defeating the Boss Hall Monitor while wearing freckles for the Day Walker trophy. Others require collectibles such as opening all the garages for the Parkeologist trophy, and finding all the Chinpokomon for the Chinpokolypse trophy. Then there are some trophies which require collective events, such as interrupting 5 channel attacks by using a fart for the Re-Buttal trophy, and farting on four major authority figures for the Truth To Power trophy.
As a result, you'll need to know where these collectibles are, when to perform the event-related trophies, etc, if you plan to get these missable trophies on your first playthrough. So check out and get familiar with the South Park The Stick of Truth trophy guide links under our Links tab, and check out the Missable Collectibles guide by Warbear we've posted.
Also, you'll need to complete the game without selling any items for the For The Hoarder trophy, and never have your buddy knocked out throughout the game for the No Child Left Behind trophy. So be sure to make multiple saves you can reload in case a mistake is made.
Finally, it's worth mentioning that the Are We Cool? trophy requires you to play the Jew class when looking for Jesus in the church. However, since this event is early in the game, it's easy to go back and start a new playthrough for this one, if you don't wish to play the Jew class.
A great Walkthrough by Skan:
And IGN has a Walkthrough here:
An extremely useful Missable Collectibles Guide by Warbear:
And a great Trophy Guide by Phoenix4444:
And Road to Platinum has a useful Trophy Guide here:
And a useful Trophy Guide by Ferry Groenendijk:
Harry94_ & Warbear have a great Trophy Guide here:
A video by HarryNinetyFour showing all the Chinpokomon Locations:
And a video by HappyThumbsGaming demonstrating the Gingivitis trophy:
And a video by HarryNinetyFour demonstrating the Dragon Wrath trophy:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: