South Park: The Fractured But Whole Video Review – The Boys Are Back

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Video Review

The wait has dragged on for what seemed like an eternity for gaming fans, but finally, it has arrived: South Park: The Fractured But Whole is here! Join Cartman, Kyle, Stan, and Kenny, on their latest adventure in the small mountain town of South Park as the kids head out on their latest quest full of satire, swearing, humor, and farts. With so many delays affecting the launch of the game as Ubisoft continued to fine-tune the experience, the question on everyone’s mind was: Will this be able to top the fantastic experience of The Stick of Truth? With expectations high, check out our video review of The Fractured But Whole and see what we thought.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole see’s the superhero community divided between Coon and Friends and the Freedom Pals over who deserves more movies in their superhero franchise. With Scrambles the cat going missing, The Coon pushes his team to rescue the cat and earn the reward money to finance their movies, only for the kids to uncover the dirty underbelly of the city.

With crime on the rise, The New Kid will have to work together with both teams to save the city, using the kind of powers you would expect a South Park game to offer: farting. With plenty of puzzles to solve, enemies to thwart, and farts to throw, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a truly authentic experience for the brand and is sure to make fans laugh, cry, and poop themselves. Loaded with RPG elements like leveling up, equipping gear, crafting, and a loot system, the Fractured But Whole takes everything The Stick of Truth had to offer and gives us even more of what we wanted.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. For more information, check out the games official website.

  • Lost My Way.

    I’m not sure why everyone acts like this game was delayed ten years, it was delayed less than a year, not exactly out of the ordinary. Did any of you follow TSoT from announcement? That was a heavily delayed game. Fractured had a reasonable development time for an extremely polished RPG.

    BTW your sites never ending sponsored content above the comments is a false economy, might be creating short term profits but its discouraging your userbase from staying and growing.

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