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The 10 BEST Boss Fights in South Park Video Games

VOICE OVER: Ty Richardson WRITTEN BY: Ty Richardson
It may surprise you, but the "South Park" games actually have some pretty great boss fights! For this list, we'll only be talking about the two RPGs - "The Stick of Truth" and "Fractured But Whole" as they're mainly the only two games with real boss fights. Our list includes Princess Kenny from “South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014), Corey Haim from “South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017), Al Gore from “South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014), and more!
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Script written by Ty Richardson

It may surprise you, but the "South Park" games actually have some pretty great boss fights! For this list, we'll only be talking about the two RPGs - "The Stick of Truth" and "Fractured But Whole" as they're mainly the only two games with real boss fights. Our list includes Princess Kenny from “South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014), Corey Haim from “South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017), Al Gore from “South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014), and more! Which of these boss fights was your favorite? Share with us in the comments below.

Chef

“South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014)

For those of you wondering why Chef never appeared in another episode of the show after Season Ten, voice actor Isaac Hayes was at odds with show creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone due to their criticisms of scientology. As a means to jab at Hayes, they completely humiliated Chef by killing off the character, and in "Stick of Truth", you can kick him while he's down. Clyde resurrects Chef as a zombie, and now, you gotta beat the snot out of him and send him back to his grave! Though he isn't as difficult as "Stick of Truth's" other bosses, the few references and humiliating defeat still make him one of the best bosses in the game.

Al Gore

“South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014)

Speaking of humiliating, the "South Park" version of Al Gore is a hilarious two-parter. After becoming friends with him on Facebook, the former sort-of Vice President will slowly begin to spam your feed, eventually prompting you to unfriend him. Surprisingly, this first fight is the harder of the two as Gore will summon Secret Service agents on his second turn, and these boys hit hard. If you can get enough effects stacked on Gore or can dish out the pain equally among him and his agents, then the fight shouldn’t be a problem. After which, you can sort of breeze through the second fight where Gore dons a shoddy Manbearpig costume.

Mitch Connor

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017)

Admittedly, this is a fight you’ll either love or hate. On one hand, the fight is brutally long, which can make impatient players get a bit frustrated. On the other hand, it’s hilarious in how Cartman’s Mitch Connor persona manages to make a complete mockery of your superhero journey at the town’s expense. Throughout the fight, Mitch will negate damage, redirect it at Kyle, and call out multiple moves on his turn. Like we said, you either love or hate this fight, and in our opinion, it’s a fight we hate to love.

The Sparrow Prince

“South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014)

At one point in “Stick of Truth”, you’ll be forced to make a brief journey that Lemmiwinks once did. (And if you know what we’re talking about, you know.) While in this dark and disgusting cave, you’ll encounter The Sparrow Prince, who, despite the tone in his voice, is very angry. It’s kind of shocking at how hard the Sparrow Prince’s attacks hit, so you better have nailed blocking by this point. But what we love about this fight most besides its difficulty is the fact that the tale of Lemmiwinks is sung in the background throughout.

Corey Haim

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017)

In case the joke has flown over your head, no, this is not actually Corey Haim. It’s the King of Pop in disguise. After chasing him and the Vamp Kids across Casa Bonita, it’s time for you and your squad to put up your dukes. This one might be a bit lengthy as Michael–I mean, Corey has a meaty health bar and a large handful of Vamp Kids by his side. Careless players will find their units surrounded and ganged up on. So, try not to lose yourself in the beat and play it smart.

Bishop of Banff

“South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014)

One of the funniest bits in “Stick of Truth” was how Canada was portrayed as an old school NES RPG with its muffled sound effects and 8-bit rendition of the national anthem. With this came some funny fights and quests, the best one being the fight against the Bishop of Banff. Don’t expect much of a challenge here; the most the Bishop can do is fully restore his health and fart in your face. This is more of a joke fight, but it’s a damn good one. So, enjoy the ridiculousness while it lasts.

Spontaneous Bootay

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017)

Spontaneous Bootay is perhaps the raunchiest boss in the game and the raunchiest we can get in this video without getting demonetized…maybe. This is a boss where fighting cannot take priority over movement. Spontaneous Bootay cannot be fought off. Spontaneous Bootay cannot be reasoned with. You must move forward and power through her cohorts to make it out alive. If one of your members gets left in her terror radius, that’s it. They’re done for. There is no saving them. She may not be the hardest boss in the game, but she certainly isn’t the easiest.

Sheila Broflovski & the Kyles

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017)

Even though “Fractured But Whole” isn’t as great as “Stick of Truth”, this one was perfect for veteran fans to experience! After beating on Kyle’s dweebish cousin, you have incurred the wrath of Kyle’s mom, Sheila, and the boss music makes the whole fight perfect. Her son joins in, too, and it makes the fight much more interesting. Not only do you have Cousin Kyle using his own unfair tactics, but now you have Kyle with his unique abilities and Sheila’s raw strength. Take out Sheila quick, and the two Kyles shouldn’t be too harrowing to deal with.

Princess Kenny

“South Park: The Stick of Truth” (2014)

Though it doesn’t go on as long as the fight against Mitch Connor or even our final entry (which we’ll get to in a second), Princess Kenny was a tough boss fight and worthy of being the final challenge in “Stick of Truth”. Kenny has unleashed the full potential of his anime princess powers. Combined with the zombie goo, he’s about to be unstoppable. With all of your abilities and with every party member, you’ll have to show Kenny that you have mastered your skills as well as the power of friendship…from friending people on Facebook. If you haven’t done all of the side quests and maximized the full potential of your skills, Kenny might be troublesome to deal with. Just make sure you have plenty of items to repeat turns, boost your strength, and keep your mana and PP up.

Morgan Freeman

“South Park: The Fractured But Whole” (2017)

Of every boss between the “South Park” RPGs, Morgan Freeman will be the hardest boss to beat. The actor-turned-taco store owner boasts the highest amount of health in the game, and his damage output is just as absurd. Each of his attacks cover a wide area, allowing him to deal significant damage to several party members in one move. Your best bet is to box him in as much as you can in order to limit his movements. Do this and spread out your units enough to make it harder for him to choose who to attack. Your summons and fart abilities will also come in handy here. Just make sure you have the time to sit down and power through. It’s going to be a long brawl.
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