Review

South Park: Snow Day is an authentic, but repetitive co-op curse ’em up

Cartman and co’s trip to 3D is enjoyable for a while but gets old fast

Creative director
Chris Brion
Key Credits
Trey Parker (Co-writer / voice actor / exec producer), Jacob Glaser (Art director)
3 / 5
South Park: Snow Day is an authentic, but repetitive co-op curse ’em up

Snow Day is a fun enough co-op action game while it lasts, but its repetitive nature (both in terms of its environments and its low number of stages) means you'll tire of it eventually. Dialogue is typically fantastic and the art style works better than we expected, but its low price is a key indicator of how relatively light it is on content at launch.

  • Art style is surprisingly effective
  • Dialogue and soundtrack are tremendous
  • Combat is fun enough, as are the power-ups
  • Takes place almost entirely in similar snow environments
  • Only has five stages
  • Playing as a 'New Kid' for the third game in a row
3 / 5
Version tested
PC
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