South Park: The Fractured but Whole Review

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    The new kid is back, but this time they are playing as Super Heroes. Here is our South Park: The Fractured but Whole Review.

    The game was developed by Ubisoft San Francisco and published by Ubisoft. It was released on October 17, 2017, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, for the Switch it came out in 2018.

    We continue the adventure of the new kid from The Stick of Truth but when we turn up to continue role-playing Lord of the Rings, Cartman shows up in his Coon costume and warns the crew about the coming danger and we just switch to playing superheroes. This changes not much but also a lot at the same time, because everything is a lot more direct now and the story is a lot more streamlined compared to the stick of truth. This could have been a problem, but they made the game a lot longer, so while playing you don’t really feel like you miss out on much.

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    Its gameplay is a bit different but not by much, it’s still turn-based combat, but this time you have a grid to move on and your attacks can be a lot more custom than before. You can pick a class and unlock more and combine those powers to pick and choose the playstyle of your own character. The characters in your party don’t have this customizability, but there are a lot more characters to pick from and instead of just 1 buddy, you can now have 3 on the playing field.

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    While going through the game you still earn new things and get stuff to do, but it just has more to do with the main story most of the time, like you unlock buddies and gain access to parts of the map because some of them have tools that allow you to go some places. Stan has this tool to blow away fire that lays at some places for example, and Kyle can fly you up some places as well, but all these powers are powered by your farts, years later and farts are still funny. You also still have some fart powers, but they seem a lot stronger now as well bending space and time.

    Just like The Stick of Truth, the game is filled with easter eggs, but they feel a lot more modern and recent, so a lot of the easter eggs I didn’t really notice just because I stopped watching, but does it make it less fun? No, not at all. The visuals are also kind of the same as before, but the UI feels a lot more modern, so just like The Stick of Truth, this really will be a timeless game.

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    Just as timeless as the Stick of Truth

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