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South Park: The Fractured but Whole - Review Thread

2017.10.16 13:01 ninjyte South Park: The Fractured but Whole - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: South Park: The Fractured but Whole
Genre: RPG
Platforms: Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC
Media: E3 2016 Trailer Gameplay w/ Trey Parker and Matt Stone
Behind the scenes
Gamescom 2016 Gameplay Gamescom 2017 Gameplay
'The Coon Conspiracy' Trailer 'The Farting Vigilante'
E3 2017 Trailer 'Time to Take a Stand' E3 2017 Gameplay
'Choose Your Side - Join Coon and Friends' 'Join Freedom Pals'
Game is Gold 'Superhero Secret Identities'
Will It Run on Your PC?
Developer: Ubisoft San Francisco Info
Publisher: Ubisoft
Price: $59.99/£39.99/59,99€
Release Date: October 17, 2017
More Info: /FracturedButWhole Wikipedia Page
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 83 [Cross-Platform] Current Score Distribution
MetaCritic - 80 [PS4]
MetaCritic - 86 [XB1]
MetaCritic - 84 [PC]
Member the first game? -
Entry Score (Platform, Year, # of Critics)
South Park: The Stick of Truth 82 (X360, 2014, 33 critics)
Ubisoft San Francisco's past games' reception -
Entry Score (Platform, Year, # of Critics)
Rocksmith 77 (X360, 2011, 30 critics)
Rocksmith 2014 Edition 87 (X360, 2013, 30 critics)

Reviews

Website/Author Aggregates' & Critic's Score Quote Platform
Eurogamer - Phil Iwaniuk Unscored ~ Unscored Ubisoft tightens up the systems but can't quite replicate the sparkle for this fun but flawed RPG sequel. PC
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Fraser Brown Unscored ~ Unscored With the combat system and the way it’s actually trying to make a point with its exploration of social issues, The Fractured But Whole does improve on its predecessor in some ways, but it quickly starts to coast, relying too much on familiarity to get by. It’s still South Park, so we get to summon a drug-fueled Kyle’s dad to conduct a Heavy Metal bombing raid, and if you go into the back room of a church, yes, priests will try to have sex with you — it can be horrible and hilarious, just not as often as it needs to be to fill 15 hours. PC
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech Unscored ~ Unscored For all of the content I really enjoyed in SP:FBW, I am jealous of those of you who get to watch someone play this game instead of slaving through it yourselves. There's $60 of content here, undoubtedly, but I'd happily pay Ubisoft for a slimmed-down non-interactive version with the unfunny game portions trimmed out. I loved how well Obsidian nailed the balancing act of "make it funny and make it interesting to play" last time. Ubisoft deserves credit for trying something new but not for how badly they stumbled. PC
Kotaku - Jason Schreier Unscored ~ Unscored It is a well-crafted game, and like its predecessor, it feels like an authentic recreation of South Park the show. It is full of shocking, outrageous moments. But it can also feel sanitized, like a Disney-fied rendition of a cartoon that won many early fans over with how crappy and explicitly un-Disney it was.
AngryCentaurGaming - Jeremy Penter Buy ~ Buy Absolutely a 'Buy', the game is a blast. For me, it is a little better than the prior title, not just in the way it is delivered, but also in just the subject matter. I felt that they nailed the superhero parts; I get that some people won't like those, but for me this was so much fun. I will easily return to this as soon as I have the open time.
Gamers Heroes - Captain Camper 100 ~ 10 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole has everything fans would hope for, and is a well crafted turn-based RPG to boot. Put simply, this is the funniest game I have ever played, period. PS4
The Daily Star - Dom Pepplatt 100 ~ 5 / 5 Parker and Stone once mentioned that the Ubisoft videogames may be the future of the South Park world - if The Fractured But Whole is what we can expect of the franchise going forward, it’s safe to say the legacy of the show is in remarkably good hands.
TrueAchievements - Mark Hollinshead 100 ~ 5 / 5 stars The Stick of Truth was a brilliant example of how South Park can be translated into the medium of video games while still retaining its essence. The Fractured but Whole has managed to do that again and take it even further. XB1
Daily Mirror - Aodhan Gregory 100 ~ 5 / 5 stars Whether you're a die-hard fan of South Park or you're looking to lose yourself in a massive role-playing game, The Fractured But Whole seems like it will have a little something for everyone.
DualShockers - Taylor Lyles 95 ~ 9.5 / 10 All in all, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a fantastic game. While there are some minor flaws, I couldn't put my controller down. Aside from being one of my personal favorite games of this year, it also holds a special place in my heart as one of the best Ubisoft games I have ever played. If you are a fan of the TV series, as well as The Stick of Truth, I highly recommend purchasing this game; it is well worth your time, and it is worth every penny of its purchase price. XB1
VGCulture HQ - Morgan Lewis 95 ~ 9.5 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole takes the best elements of the show and improves upon them in an interactive format. It’s easily one of the best games of the year, and a must-play game for everyone. PS4
COGconnected - Alexander Thomas 94 ~ 94 / 100 South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been well worth the wait. Building off of the massive success of The Stick of Truth, Fractured But Whole has an incredibly satisfying combat system that leaves you constantly eager for the next fight, exemplary and natural dialogue from everyone in town, and a truly epic soundtrack. With a fully customizable character, loads of pop culture references, and political satire that might hit a little too close to home, this is exactly the game we hoped it could be. In terms of a raunchy, dirty, filthy, cuss-filled RPG that pushes the boundaries of comedy, no one does it better, and I mean that in the best possible way. PS4
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Max Parker 93 ~ 9.3 / 10 "TFBW" has everything a good sequel should have. It builds on the groundwork laid by original while staying true to the classic and hilarious South Park tone. The original was no slouch, especially considering it was the first RPG set in the South Park universe, but "TFBW" surpasses it in every way. It's not just the best South Park game. It's one of this year's best RPGs.
Hardcore Gamer - Chris Shive 90 ~ 4.5 / 5 South Park: The Fractured But Whole could be summarized as The Stick of Truth with better combat featuring superheros instead of swords and sorcery. PS4
Pure Playstation - Jason Frye 90 ~ 9 / 10 South Park The Fractured But Whole builds on the previous game to provide better mechanics with a greatly improved UI to power its superhero-inspired story. Outside a few individuals, your favorite South Park residents are well represented in a crazy, fully explorable world that only South Park could create. PS4
GamingTrend - Mike Pearce 90 ~ 90 / 100 In the end, I'm struggling to find negative things to say about this game. From start to finish, South Park: The Fractured But Whole had me in stitches. It's the perfect of blend of smart and silly. It is magnificent and absurdly ridiculous in a way that only South Park can pull off. It's the best possible excuse to laugh about everything and everyone you know you're not supposed to. PC
GamesRadar+ - Sam Prell 90 ~ 4.5 / 5 stars South Park balances ample fan service with gameplay that stands on its own merits and an engaging story. It won't make you a fan if you weren't one already, but it's hard to imagine a better-realized adaptation.
Cerealkillerz - Gabriel Bogdan - German 90 ~ 9 / 10 South Park: The Fractured but Whole comes with the quality you'd expect from the show and besides some repetitive Riddles it delivers a solid South Park Experience and an entertaining story. Tactical RPG Fans will miss some challenge and some more thought out upgrade mechanics would've been nice but it's definitely the funniest game of the year. PS4
PS Site - Adam Grochocki - Polish 90 ~ 9 / 10 A brilliant satire on modern pop culture with an engaging story and a great sense of humor. That's the newest South Park game for you. PS4
Gadgets 360 - Rishi Alwani 90 ~ 9 / 10 Minor technical issues aside, the stellar combat, engaging narrative, and quirky humour make this 30 hour romp through the quiet mountain town of South Park, Colorado, worth checking out. Particularly if the TV show's brand of humour gels with you. It's a marked improvement over South Park: The Stick of Truth in almost every way. XB1
Geek Culture Podcast - Dean James 90 ~ 9 / 10 With 21 years of being on the air, South Park: The Stick of Truth was the first game that truly captured the spirit of the series and that is continued with near perfection in South Park: The Fractured But Whole. Even if you never got around to playing The Stick of Truth, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is the very epitome of South Park at the very top of its game. XB1
Wccftech - Kai Powell 90 ~ 9 / 10 Much like a shart, The Fractured but Whole continues to surprise as the game of superheroes goes darker and cruder than anything else the kids of South Park have experienced. PS4
TechRaptor - Andrew Otton 90 ~ 9 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole is South Park at its best backed up by gameplay that would stand on its own in any other game. PS4
PowerUp! - Matthew Mancherster 90 ~ 9 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole really is an impressive game. Offensive and in your face, but impressive none the less.The gameplay and exploration are fun and fulfilling in all ways video game. The story is insane and keeps you entertained for the entirety of the playthrough.
EGM - Ray Carsillo 90 ~ 9 / 10 The new combat mechanics add tons of depth and strategy to the experience, and new exploration abilities really give Fractured But Whole an overall deeper RPG feel. The game is also absolutely hysterical; if you love the humor of South Park in general, then Fractured But Whole is a must have. XB1
GearNuke - Khurram Imtiaz 90 ~ 9 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole feels just like an animated feature from the TV series with the same lewd jokes, satirical social commentary along with an improved combat and exploration system. PS4
Attack of the Fanboy - Kyle Hanson 90 ~ 4.5 / 5 stars South Park: The Fractured But Whole doesn’t remake the wheel that The Stick of Truth crafted so well. The first game made for a near perfect South Park experience, with bare bones RPG elements to make it all work. This sequel does mostly the same, only tinkering with a few things, making for a different but just as enjoyable final product. Those who don’t find South Park’s particular brand of comedy endearing will likely find little to enjoy here, but if you loved the first game, you’ll love this new one just as much. And if you’re a South Park fan who hasn’t played either, then you need to fix that ASAP. XB1
PlayStation LifeStyle - Chandler Wood 90 ~ 9 / 10 Despite these couple of technical misgivings, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is another interactive journey into the minds of Matt Stone and Trey Parker. I quite literally felt like I was playing the show for the 15 hours that I spent in South Park–not surprising, given that the first game met that uncanny caliber of delivering a near perfect recreation. If easily offended, chances are you’ve already written off South Park, and chances are even higher that you aren’t reading this review. Surrounding the fart jokes and fourth graders who love to say fuck a lot, there is a brutally intelligent comedic commentary on many aspects of modern society. It’s something that South Park has always been great at, and something that translates incredibly well to interactivity. Where the first game made a believer out of me, The Fractured But Whole had me farting falling in love with South Park all over again. PS4
IGN Italy - Alessandra Borgonovo - Italian 90 ~ 9 / 10 A sequel that every true fan should play. PS4
CGMagazine - Phil Brown 90 ~ 9 / 10 Easily the funniest videogame since Stick of Truth and sure to be the funniest until whenever the hell Trey Parker and Matt Stone decide to do this again. PS4
Game Informer - Kyle Hilliard 88 ~ 8.8 / 10 The Fractured But Whole is a worthy follow-up to one of the best video game adaptations of a TV show ever made. It has consistent humor, a story with a satisfying pay-off, and a fun new combat system PS4, XB1, PC
GamesBeat - Mike Minotti 88 ~ 88 / 100 The grid-based combat adds the layer of complexity that The Fractured but Whole needs to stand out from its excellent predecessor. You'll still need to be a fan of the show to get the most of this. But if you are a South Park aficionado, The Fractured but Whole is another hilarious and fun game that captures the spirit of series. PS4
Do You Even Game Bro? - Kieron Verbrugge 88 ~ 8.8 / 10 South Park: The Fractured but Whole goes beyond being just a fan’s wet dream, and is a legitimately great RPG in its own right. XB1
AusGamers - Steve Farrelly 88 ~ 8.8 / 10 It’s for both South Park fans and RPG fans, but finding that balance between the two audiences might prove a bit tricky. However, if you’re a fan of both you’re in for a challenging and investment-heavy treat. The game’s polish was worth the wait. It’s combat is much-improved and the story -- if you care -- has some wonderful peaks across a South Park consistent delivery of social commentary alongside all those aforementioned dick, shit and fart jokes. Boss battles are always engaging and when you do finally gain those abilities to tackle all of the Town’s secrets, it culminates in a fantastic and excellent experience. You just need to have the patience to sit on the pot for a while, before you can decide to shit and move on (to awkwardly mess up an old saying). XB1
RPG Fan - Michael Sollosi 88 ~ 88 / 100 If you find yourself in the center of the Venn diagram of "people who enjoy South Park" and "people who enjoy turn-based RPGs" then South Park: The Fractured but Whole and its predecessor The Stick of Truth are both must-play video games. PS4
Hobby Consolas - Martín Amechazurra Falagán - Spanish 86 ~ 86 / 100 South Park returns to our consoles not as a whole different game from The Stick of Truth, but rather as a new season within it's gaming universe, with the style and satire of the best South Park seasons, and plenty of jokes to acompany you through all the adventure. PS4
PC Gamer - Andy Kelly 86 ~ 86 / 100 A slick RPG with superb tactical combat, a detailed world to explore, and a gleefully crude sense of humour. PC
Destructoid - Brett Makedonski 85 ~ 8.5 / 10 The guy selling tickets at the movie theater flippantly asks every time you see him "Aren't superheroes kinda played out?" As it turns out, not quite yet. Not as far as South Park is concerned, at least. XB1
IGN - Dan Stapleton 85 ~ 8.5 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole is another epic-length episode of the humor that's kept fans of the show laughing for 20 years. The Marvel vs DC parody delivers regular laugh-out-loud moments with only a few faltering gags, and the combat soon evolves into something much more complex and interesting than The Stick of Truth's simple system. Navigation and repetition of some of its simple puzzle mechanics drag a little, but it's otherwise an excellent South Park game that's also a strong RPG. PS4, XB1, PC
MMORPG.com - Scott Jeslis 85 ~ 8.5 / 10 Essential point, if you’re a South Park fan then you need this game! Nowhere else does a game like this one makes you, the player, the star in an episode of the popular South Park TV show. PC
God is a Geek - Chris White 85 ~ 8.5 / 10 A great sequel with much more going on, and is built with a lot of love and respect for the series it comes from. PS4
GamePro - Hannes Rossow - German 85 ~ 85 / 100 A surprisingly complex RPG that combines an exciting story with malicious humor. PS4, XB1
GameZone - Daniel R. Miller 85 ~ 8.5 / 10 Your dad fked your mom. Farts. Outrageous levels of social referential humor. These are but a few of the pillars The Fractured But Whole leans on to tell its story, alongside a satisfyingly strategic combat system. PS4
GameCrate - Paul Semel 83 ~ 8.3 / 10 South Park: The Fractured but Whole is yet another action-packed, turn-based role-playing game that makes you feel like you're directing a long, albeit rambling episode of the show. While it is very similar to South Park: The Stick of Truth, and just as much fun, the theme change from medieval fantasy to comic book superheroes makes this feel different and new. In the end the game may be funnier than it is fun, but it's still a good time. XB1
Atomix - David Berrones - Spanish 82 ~ 82 / 100 South Park: The Fractured but Whole has a more polished combat system than the first game, but it still has some of it's basic flaws that makes it feel monotonous. Either way, you'll enjoy it the most if you're a fan of the animated show. The plot is intelligent, irreverent and with a few surprises. Although it lacks a few epic moments. XB1
Shacknews - Brittany Vincent 80 ~ 8 / 10 Besides very minor issues, The Fractured But Whole's main problem is its reliance on familiarity with material outside the game. All the excellent cameos, self-references and a lot of plot points are dependent on players having at least a passing familiarity with the TV show. However, if you like South Park and video games (or just South Park), The Fractured But Whole is a must-have title, and improves on The Stick of Truth in every way.
Worth Playing - Chris "Atom" DeAngelus 80 ~ 8 / 10 All in all, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a solid follow-up to the original game. It doesn't change too much, but the new combat system is an improvement over the original, and it retains the same sense of irreverent humor and love for the franchise as the first game. TFBW is a solid RPG on its own merits, and fans of South Park will find a ton to love here. The only thing that drags it down is feeling a bit too similar to the first game despite the differences, and some of the humor can fall dangerously flat. It's a fun, solid, and well-made licensed title that captured the good and bad of South Park while managing to craft an enjoyable gaming experience. What more can fans ask for? PS4
Spaziogames - Mario Petillo - Italian 80 ~ 8 / 10 South Park: The Fractured but Whole is a nice sequel, with so much fun and irreverence, but equally repetitive. PS4
Easy Allies - Michael Damiani 80 ~ 4 / 5 stars It’s clear that The Fractured But Whole has a few issues that could have been ironed out prior to release, which is surprising given the game’s delays. However, like The Stick of Truth before it, this game absolutely nails the look and feel of the show. Overall it’s a slightly weaker effort than its predecessor, but it is still one of the funniest games out there. Written PS4
GameSpot - Miguel Concepcion 80 ~ 8 / 10 Ubisoft's follow-up to the Stick of Truth shines with a rewarding combat system wrapped around South Park's distinct brand of humor. PS4, XB1, PC
USgamer - Nadia Oxford 80 ~ 4 / 5 stars Like Stick of Truth before it, South Park: The Fractured but Whole plays like an episode of the show. One of the good episodes, mind you, that's more about the kids interacting with each other than politics. Though it drags at times, The Fractured but Whole carries a sweet, twisted charm that makes it hard to resist if you're similarly twisted. It's still not recommended for anyone who never found the show funny to begin with, though. PS4
Digitally Downloaded - Matt Sainsbury 80 ~ 4 / 5 stars The social commentary in this game is pretty spot on and I got more than my own fair share of laughs, even at my own expense at times as some jokes hit close to home. The fact that this is an RPG that plays really well and has a solid and surprisingly deep battle system is just the icing on the cake. XB1
Game Rant - Rob Gordon 80 ~ 4 / 5 stars South Park: The Fractured but Whole builds upon the success of The Stick of Truth, delivering an equally hilarious look at superheroes while upturning many video game tropes. PS4
IGN Spain - Jose A. Rodríguez - Spanish 80 ~ 8 / 10 South Park is back. The Fractured but Whole becomes the perfect experience if we are fans of the TV show and, at the same time, we want to explore the city and fight in hard (but accesible) fights. With a new turn-based combat system, the game becomes closer to the Fire Emblem style, which makes it deeper. PS4
Twinfinite - Ed McGlone 80 ~ 4 / 5 Despite some noticeable issues, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a must-play for fans of South Park. There's no experience like playing through a massive episode of South Park where the hero of the story is you. The superhero angle really lands, and is an excellent wrapping for the story this time around. PS4
The Game Fanatics - Colin Stevens 80 ~ 8 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a success, warts and all. Both as a game, and as an extension of the South Park universe, it shines. It mostly nails both low-brow humor and fairly insightful social critique seamlessly. It clocks in at 20+ hours, and while short for an RPG, it’s the perfect length for South Park, feeling like a high quality extended episode of the show itself. All while improving on the foundation by The Stick of Truth. If you’ve never liked South Park’s humor or turn-based games, The Fractured But Whole might not be for you. But if you’re a fan of the series and lighthearted RPG’s, it’s pure crass and crude entertainment from start to finish.
GameSkinny - Ashley Gill 80 ~ 8 / 10 stars The Fractured But Whole is a worthy successor to 2014's Stick of Truth, but don't expect more of the same. PS4
TheSixthAxis - Aran Suddi 80 ~ 8 / 10 South Park: The Fractured but Whole is technically a better game than its predecessor with more engaging battles and character creation, but the story is oddly paced towards the end, and while it is a fun ride I don't think it quite matches the plot of The Stick of Truth. It's not without issue, but fans of South Park will enjoy this as much as the first. PS4
Giant Bomb - Dan Ryckert 80 ~ 4 / 5 stars Parker, Stone, and Ubisoft deliver with a bigger, longer, and better follow-up to The Stick of Truth. XB1
Xbox Achievements - Dan Webb 80 ~ 80 / 100 South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a case of one step forward, two steps back. From a gameplay perspective, it’s infinitely better than it was in the previous outing, but as a piece of entertainment, The Fractured But Whole simply doesn't measure up to The Stick of Truth. There's no censorship this time, which is good, but it almost feels like the whole thing got self-censored somewhere along the way. XB1
Impulsegamer - Lyla Saudi 80 ~ 4 / 5 The Superhero context and Civil War setting between rival superheroes is excellent and I especially liked how there are modern references to online and social media. And while the game presents a slick RPG experience, dynamic combat, and plenty to explore and do, the focus on more generic fart jokes and lack of depth of South Park ‘history’ jokes leaves the game feeling more video game generic, and less South Park specific. XB1
Player.One - Andrew Whalen 75 ~ 7.5 / 10 South Park: The Fractured But Whole is consistently engaging, with an impressive new combat system and fun environmental puzzles to solve with your superpowered allies. As a celebration of South Park, it’s absolutely unparalleled. But The Fractured But Whole is so polished, so well-done and well-acted, so effortlessly identical to the show, that it’s a little disappointing it mostly reconfigures the hits.
Polygon - Philip Kollar 70 ~ 7 / 10 At the beginning of this review, I outed myself as someone who's not a huge South Park fan, but I've watched enough of the show to understand that this is its modus operandi. It foregrounds loud, over-the-top, “edgy” humor, and it backgrounds surprisingly thoughtful character arcs. South Park: The Fractured But Whole matches the show's strange mix of intentions; it is totally aligned in that way. And in that way, it provided the perfect reminder for why the show (and, to a lesser extent, this game) aren't for me. PS4, XB1, PC
Metro GameCentral - Adam Starkey 70 ~ 7 / 10 A surprisingly deep and customisable role-player, wrapped in an enjoyable but unremarkable episode of South Park. PS4
Daily Dot - AJ Moser 70 ~ 3.5 / 5 stars For fans, there are plenty of surprises to uncover and tons of references to even the most obscure episodes of the show. Thanks to a strong level of personalization coupled with South Park's distinct atmosphere, The Fractured But Whole makes wandering around the faithfully recreated and detailed map of the town a constant delight.
GameSpace - Blake Morse 70 ~ 7 / 10 With all that said I’m a firm believer that humor is subjective and I’d be willing to admit that you could have different tastes and find this game to be way more hilarious than I did. But I also think that I’ve been a fan of South Park for a long, long time and played the crap out of Stick of Truth, so it’s not like I didn’t want this game to be good. So maybe you play it and you laugh and I’m totally cool with that. But for me, this feels like an unfinished symphony that could’ve used a few more punch ups before performance. PS4
Video Gamer - Colm Ahern 70 ~ 7 / 10 The longer South Park: The Fractured But Whole went on, the less I laughed. Exploring the mountain town, however, is a delight, and the battles are a marked improvement on the original's combat. PS4
PCWorld - Hayden Dingman 70 ~ 3.5 / 5 stars Bugs aside, The Fractured But Whole is another successful translation of South Park to video games. Conceptually I still think Stick of Truth was stronger—it managed to mock fantasy video games as much as the fantasy genre itself. Fractured But Whole is undoubtedly a better experience though, with deeper combat, the same engaging exploration, and a more cogent story. Also, you can manipulate time with your farts. That’s pretty great. PC
Game Revolution - Paul Tamburro 70 ~ 3.5 / 5 stars Ultimately, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is still a polished RPG that die-hard fans of the animated series will love. However, while its combat system has been greatly improved, its failure to provide the same belly laughs as The Stick of Truth, the lack of variety in its locations and its mundane puzzle-solving make for a disappointing follow-up. I enjoyed my time with The Fractured But Whole, and it's clear that a great deal of effort went into its development, but after this I'm not so sure that I'd want to revisit South Park a third time. PS4
Slant Magazine - Justin Clark 70 ~ 4 / 5 stars The grand total of all this is a game with a thorough understanding of the social issues it chooses to address but is too sneering and cynical to actually care about them. It would much rather be playing Marvel Heroes in the streets with friends, which would be fine if we were dealing with a game made by a preteen for other preteens, not the most visible, privileged satirists on the planet, who've proven multiple times they're capable of doing both. PS4
Cheat Code Central - Lucas White 60 ~ 3 / 5 Sometimes, you have no choice but to end a review wondering who the game is for.
Digital Trends - Phil Hornshaw 50 ~ 2.5 / 5 stars South Park: The Fractured But Whole” struggles to capture what’s made the show endure for 20 years. PS4
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