South Park: The Fractured But Whole has sentiment. This might be a surprise given the television show’s notoriety for crass, irreverent humor. Shock humor can grab an audience’s attention, but it can’t maintain it, and that’s why The Fractured But Whole uses small details to give its bawdy cast of nine-year-olds…
Here's the bad news: South Park: The Stick of Truth is still full of bugs.
There was a point in South Park: The Stick of Truth—somewhere between performing an abortion and farting on Nazi zombies—when it occurred to me that Obsidian's new RPG isn't just ridiculous—it's also kind of brilliant.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is full of hilarious surprises, but there's one that really stood out to me: Canada, the most delightful section in the game.
I wish I could spend this entire review talking about how South Park: The Stick of Truth is one of the funniest games I've ever played.
Via Reddit, here's what you see when you try to play a certain scene in the European version of South Park: The Stick of Truth on consoles. (Warning: minor spoilers.)
Some players of South Park: The Stick of Truth won't get to see the game in its entirety—a handful of 20-second scenes are censored in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) version of the upcoming RPG on consoles.
The South Park game is actually finished. It's gone gold. For real. Publisher Ubisoft just announced that South Park: The Stick of Truth will actually be out on March 4, for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
For almost two years now, I've been following South Park: Stick of Truth with feverish anticipation.