You may note the absence of impressive, unforgettable games, but the hard truth is that, no matter how much we love those games and more, Xbox 360's 10 years have been so good to gamers that there simply isn't room for Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s South Park role-playing game isn’t so much a fantastic licensed title as much as it is Season 18 of the long-running satirical TV series all by itself.
The 12-14-hour Stick of Truth takes both inspiration in its creators’ favorite video game genre as well as sheer glee in mocking all of its tropes and conventions – all with a decidedly South Park bent that will have you laughing longer and harder at its outrageous, genuinely funny storyline.
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Our criteria are as follows: The primary question this top 25 list is intended to answer is simple: "What are the 25 best games we played on this platform?
" How much fun we had with the games is obviously our primary concern, but we also considered elements like longevity/staying power, influence, and innovation.
These cheaper games make great stocking stuffers during christmas.
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It should be noted (for those who don’t know) that Tamera is involved in an interracial marriage in real life.
Here are Jeannie’s exact words: “I think it was interesting having a white husband and a baby who looked like Aden.” The implication was obvious: Tamera’s TV baby looks black, while Tamera’s real life son Aden does not. Tamera, who appeared to be stunned By Jeannie’s ignorance, turned and looked at co-host Tamar Braxton, who also seemed at a loss for words. She offers nothing of entertainment value, and she always looks out of place and awkward trying to be “down” with the sistas.
Tamera and her Caucasian TV husband have a cute biracial baby boy.
Jeannie Mai, 36, noted that Tamera’s TV baby, who is a light skinned black child, did not resemble Tamera’s son, Aden (pictured above).