South Park: The Fractured But Whole releases December 6, story trailer lets loose on superhero movies | PCGamesN

South Park: The Fractured But Whole releases December 6, story trailer lets loose on superhero movies

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Riffing on the multitude of superhero movies and franchises appears to be the grand joke lying behind the forthcoming South Park: the Fractured but Whole. A glut of information about the game has been revealed at Ubisoft’s E3 2016 conference, including gameplay details, what the story will (loosely) be about and of a release date.

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The game is slated for release on December 6, just in time for the Christmas crush of games. If you pre-order the game now, you’ll also get the Stick of Truth thrown in for free - that goes for Steam, PS4 and Xbox one. Check out the trailer below to see exactly how much they’ll be using Marvel as the butt of their jokes.

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Space and Time are also key to the new South Park game: space because characters can now move between layers, and time because you can rip the fabric of time by farting. Obviously. For a more in depth look at the game, with Matt Stone and Trey Parker there for commentary, watch the full South Park showcase below.

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1 Year ago

This looks like it'll be good for a laugh! I'd be worried about the switch of developers, but honestly? Obsidian weren't really doing the writing for the original, and it's not like Ubisoft has terrible writers, either. Even after the horror of a thing that they disrespectfully called a Beyond Good & Evil 2 preview (switching out great, stylised art for the ugliest fidelity), I still forgive them.

They've given me too many oddities and backed too many strange projects in their years for me to hold any malice toward them. Including, quite frankly, this one.

And I'll be honest, I even loved the Google Conspiracy elements of Assassin's Creed, just not... so much the actual assassining bits! Those were a touch boring. Ship bits were good, too. But just not the whole assassin thing, too much of that. And that they've gone to cutscenes for that with their recent games is where they lost me with that franchise.

Still don't harbour any ill will to them. Can't. They've been too quirky over the years. They even gave me Blood Dragon, so... I'll always think fondly of them.

But srsly, bring back the Google Conspiracy, Ubisoft. :I In fact, I really want to see Google Conspiracy: The Game! Who's with me on this?