Not a bad game by any means, and certainly much more entertaining if you're a South Park fan.
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The graphics are surprisingly good for a licensed game from the N64 era. It represents the art style of the series pretty well and has good draw distance. The load times are extremely fast, and I never experienced a frame rate hiccup or anything like that. Overall the game just runs very smooth.
The soundtrack is actually really good. It has the South Park theme we all know and love, and the voices of the characters are all the same ones form the show. Matt and Trey actually contributed to the dialogue and made all new sound bits and such for this game. The great sound work they did with this game makes it seem like an extra long episode that you participate in.
The game play is very solid. At first the controls seemed strange to me, but that could possibly be because I haven't played a shooter on my N64 for a long time. Once I got used to the controls everything worked great. The level design is pretty good, but nothing amazing. It does what its supposed to, you get through the level, and its believable that it may have been included in a South Park episode.
Overall the game is fun, plain and simple. Its not an artistic masterpiece or anything of that nature, its just fun to play. Sure its not perfect, but I enjoyed it, and if you're a South Park fan and have an N64 that still work, you may like it too. Give it a look.