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SP: The Fractured but Whole - Review

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Nov 12, 2017.

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    [​IMG]Mancunion has reviewed South Park: The Fractured But Whole:


    Review: South Park: The Fractured But Whole

    A love letter to South Park fans that doesn't disappoint

    Having played the first South Park game, The Stick of Truth, sporadically over summer 2014, I had high expectations for the sequel. As an avid South Park fan, I tried to be as objective as possible, but believe me: it was no easy task, as this is truly a game built for the fans.

    The premise of the sequel is essentially a spoof of modern superhero movie franchises. A key difference from the off is how this game embeds itself into an already established narrative within the show; the equally inappropriately titled 'Coon and Friends' plot, which has been the focus for a number of episodes already.
    Regardless, these issues are not so problematic that it takes away from the game as a whole; it is a genuinely memorable game - if not simply because of how ridiculously funny it is. With multiplayer existing almost as a must-have in many games these days, it's good to see a game still delivering on a detailed single-player experience, and one that is so different to anything else you'll find right now. With enough run-time and replay value, it certainly warrants the purchase.

    Score: 7.5/10
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