South Park: The Fractured but Whole Summary
Ever the subtle hand of societal commentary, the new South Park RPG comments on race issues today through the use of the character creator.
It was revealed today that South Park fans will have to wait a while longer to experience The Fractured But Whole. The news of the delay came via Ubisoft's Blog and is disheartening for any South Park fan who is eager to step into the shoes of "the new kid" once again and see the antics of the other characters.
The Fractured But Whole is South Park's take and criticism of the recent boom in superhero movies, which becomes immediately apparent the moment that you watch the trailer.
I like to think that we, as a society, are beyond fart jokes. Not that we’re too good for dirty humor or anything, but rather, what can we truly add to the great canon of flatulence-related jests? If anyone is going to explore new territory here, I suppose South Part would be the thing to do it, and they’re certainly trying with their latest trailer.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole originally had a different title, but retailers wouldn’t stock it
South Park: The Stick of Truth was a surprisingly great RPG from the folks at Obsidian, and while the upcoming, superhero-themed Fractured But Whole is in the hands different developers, it’s shaping up to be another great adventure. South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker recently released a behind the scenes video chatting about some development stories.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone (creators of South Park) recently revealed you can play as a female protagonist in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. This information wasn’t revealed as part of a press release, it was simply said during an interview with Entertainment Weekly when asked about comic books.
”In other video games, you can choose to be black, you can choose to be a girl. In our game, we’re finally gonna do that. You can be a girl,” said Stone. “Very revolutionary. Very 2016 of us. In Stick of Truth we got halfway through the game, and we had narratively come up with the big Girls’ Quest halfway through it.