Developers: Ubisoft San Francisco
Category: Role-playing video game
Format Played: PlayStation 4
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
Official Release: October 17th, 2017
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South Park: Fractured But Whole is easily the most ridiculous and disgusting video game I’ve ever played – and I loved every hilarious minute. When I heard that Ubisoft and South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker were teaming up again, I had a feeling fans were in for a treat – and boy was I right. Stick of Truth was an excellent game, however Fractured But Whole features a much deeper story mode, more involved side quests and completely new combat mechanics.
The story begins as Stick of Truth ends, introducing your character, the ‘New Kid’, and then quickly jumping into a superhero-themed storyline surrounding Coon and friends and a $100 reward for a missing cat. Using the reward, Coon and friends hope to launch their movie franchise plan, but after numerous disagreements, the group becomes divided. This marks the beginning of your character’s journey from unknown to all-powerful.