South Park Rally is the third video game based on South Park and a racing game released by Acclaim on PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Sega Dreamcast. It was released on September 1999 and is the last South Park video game before Trey Parker and Matt Stone decided to have more creative control on future games. It is also the last South Park video game featuring Issac Hayes as Chef and Mary Kay Bergman.
Tropes shown in this game
- Ass Shove: A dildo can be launched like a rocket, landing into the ass of the racer who is in first or second place. This item is only present on Microsoft version.
- Back from the Dead: Scuzzlebutt appears in the game as a playable character, even though he was killed off by Stan in the Season one episode Volcano.
- Cluster Bleep-Bomb: As with the two other Acclaim South Park games, "shit" and "fuck" are completely censored.
- Content Warning: As with other South Park games, it comes with one during the intro.
- Continuity Nod: The costumes that can be unlocked for the boys and Chef are ones from previous episodes.
- Dummied Out: Cut content can be found in the game's files.
- Early Installment Weirdness: The game is tied to the first three seasons of the cartoon.
- Fartillery: The Terrance and Phillip turbos.
- Go-Karting with Bowser: Damien, Death and Satan gets to race along with the citizens of South Park.
- Shout-Out: In the Halloween level, numerous animals wear hockey masks.
- Stock Audio Clip: Some of the audio clips are recycled from the previous two South Park games.
- The Cameo: Saddam Hussein's face appears as part of the Spookyvision.
- Toilet Humour: Characters are able to fart, vomit and defecate on the track during a race.
- Unlockable Content: Several tracks and drivers can be unlocked as the game progresses.
- Version-Exclusive Content: The carnival track is only present on Sega Dreamcast and the dildo is only obtainable on Windows version.
- Wacky Racing: The game features several characters from the series, each with different vehicles. The game also contains different game modes and tracks.