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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review

  • First Released Oct 17, 2017
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Defecation appreciation.

In South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the fantasy theme of its predecessor gives way to the equally popular subject of superheroes, parodying the current state of comic book-to-film oversaturation we see today. This shift is complemented by the change in the combat system, which proves cerebrally satisfying despite the juvenile sight of your main character using flatulence to overpower and outsmart everyone from ninjas to a red wine-enraged Randy Marsh. And when you add town exploration that awards practical character benefits, the resulting game is a delightfully fart-tinged journey that delivers satisfying gameplay and surprising absurdity in equal measure.

Like many South Park episodes, The Fractured But Whole's story kicks off with Eric Cartman cooking up a self-serving scheme: the search for a missing cat so he can use the reward money to fund a movie franchise for his troupe of superheroes. Yet, this is South Park after all, so it shouldn't surprise anyone that what develops goes way beyond a simple feline rescue. We're talking about police corruption with Lovecraftian twists and having to stomach debased attacks by pedophile bosses. As you once again play as the New Kid, you promptly join Cartman's team, Coon and Friends, engaging in a host of bizarre stories that play fast and loose with crude humor and sensitive topics alike.

This is South Park through and through, where outrageous and unpredictable plot developments contrast against the day-to-day goings on of seemingly normal suburbanites. There's also the typical smattering of references to recent real-life events, from the Black Lives Matter movement to Morgan Freeman running a taqueria. But the game follows the franchise blueprint of lampooning pop culture and society without in-depth commentary, typified by the non-combat difficulty slider where being black is supposedly the hardest setting, and being white is the easiest. It's an opportunity to present something meaningful left half-realized as a flyby gag.

Seemingly more care was put into the game's more benign comedic touches, starting with game title itself. 'The Fractured But Whole' isn't a mere excuse to hide 'butthole' in a game title; it's also a clever take on Captain America: Civil War, relevant since the game's story involves two rival superhero teams. The Fractured But Whole is a consistent chucklefest where genuine laugh out loud moments are spread thin, which is forgivable for a playthrough that can last over 20 hours. Thanks to fast travel, completing missions comes at a steady pace, which means you're only minutes away from a new scene that would warrant a chortle at the very least. That could be Mr. Mackey's disturbing inquisitiveness about your sexual preferences or the City Wok staff moonlighting as ninjas. And even in the more private settings of a stranger's bathroom, the minigame of dropping a deuce offers its own flavor of hilarity.

Your arduous rescue mission is filled with hostile encounters against everyone from sixth graders to the elderly. As a welcome change to the precision demands of the Stick of Truth's RPG-inspired mechanics, Fractured But Whole employs tactics-style combat, prioritizing strategy-driven thoughtfulness over adept reflexes. While those new to tactical RPGs won't have to worry about the intricacies of terrain effects or improving chemistry between squadmates, you're nonetheless rewarded for thinking a couple turns ahead. Moreover, the modestly sized combat grids give the initial false impression that only rudimentary battle planning is needed for success. In actuality, these sometimes cramped spaces force you to think carefully on how to efficiently navigate your characters around the field, ideally to capitalize on their powers.

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It's a superbly balanced combat system that values smart thinking while also offering the flexibility of personal preference when choosing your character's class and abilities. Whether you like supporting and buffing friends or want to be the most powerful tank possible, you can complement your strengths with the many superfriends you amass over time. While it's a stimulating challenge trying to make a great team, it's even harder to come up with a bad one. For every hero that has a potent attack that can knock back enemies, there's a buddy who can heal and buff. Another advantage is the accessibility of craftable health-restoring mexican food. This can turn the bulk of encounters into easy victories, though The Fractured But Whole offers its share of optional encounters above your fighting weight--as measured by your squad's Might level--not to mention a number of challenging boss fights.

Growing your team's Might is inextricably tied to every bit of forward progress you make, whether that's wrapping up a story goal or completing the myriad side quests assigned by familiar townsfolk. From building a follower count on social media via the Coonstagram app or collecting gay romantic manga for Mister Tucker, experience earned through those missions accumulate to increase your levels and unlock slots for Might-boosting artifacts.

As you head to any map-marked objective, the various unexplored homes and businesses along the way are well-peppered with practical crafting items and side-mission collectables. Thanks to a number of quality-of-life conveniences, exploring seldom feels like a chore. Accessible drawers are well-marked with yellow handles, backpacks you've sifted through remain open, and when you've completed various collection missions, you're rewarded by the quest giver immediately, saving you the trip to physically hand the goods. These benefits far outweigh The Fractured But Whole's slight annoyances such as not knowing what attacks in battle result in friendly fire and the tiny font of your app updates.

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Aside from exploration and battles, South Park is loaded with environmental puzzles that--while hardly brain teasing--can elicit more than a giggle depending on how a hurdle is overcome. The most challenging obstacles are surmounted by your legendary farting abilities and select friends you can call in for an immediate assist. By combining your flatulence with the flight ability of Human Kite (aka Kyle's superhero persona), you can reach higher, previously inaccessible areas. Toilet humor transcends to depravity when you fire Butters' rodent out of your butt, launching it to reach and sabotage open electrical panels. While The Stick of Truth had its share of gassy gags, this sequel doubles down on farting as an essential multipurpose game mechanic, powerful enough to bend space and time at your whim. Not only does it prove useful in solving puzzles, it's also invaluable in preventing enemies from using their turn in battle.

Much like The Stick of Truth, The Fractured But Whole can be appreciated as a standalone adventure, accessible to those who've fallen off the TV series over a decade ago. Fans who have kept up will appreciate the handful of recent call backs to the show plus at least one timely spoof that creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone previous said they would not tackle. And if there's one aspect of the show that hasn't changed in its 20-plus years, it is the endearing qualities of the kids' reality-breaking imaginations. This is best exemplified in the classic pronouncement that the floor is lava, which is represented by initially impassible red building blocks strewn throughout the town.

Fractured But Whole succeeds as an interactive South Park mini-series, while effectively emulating the show's current style of adult-targeted entertainment and satirization of political correctness. In other words, it's consistently amusing and provocative without the edginess the series used to be known for. Both the game's combat and explorative strengths effectively bridge the many comical plot developments, which range from mildly amusing to downright hilarious. It's an accomplishment that this game will wholly entertain devoted fans while delivering a heap of jokes that won't fly over the heads of casual viewers.

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The Good

  • Engaging tactical battles despite simple appearances
  • Rewarding character-building exploration
  • Classic South Park lampooning of contemporary society and culture
  • Environmental puzzles, while easy, prove worthwhile

The Bad

  • Few laugh out loud moments
  • Lacks the series' deep-cutting satire

About the Author

It took Miguel 22 hours to save South Park, thanks to the help of Coon and Friends. Additional time was spent exploring the town to ensure that his team's Might was high enough to tackle everyone from bigoted rednecks to unsavory priests. Review codes for all platforms were provided by Ubisoft for this review.
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Spockinator is gay, and south park offends him

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I would have probably loved this game instead of the one I tried playing through on the n64 many years ago. The game feels like a chore after a while just to be able to continue the story. Being an adult in my 30s I would rather just sit back and watch an episode of South Park instead. I am sure the younger generation will have mindless fun with the game but it's just not for me.

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@burnedandfrozen: agreed

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I wasn't sure at first because there is little novelty in walking around South Park as the bulk of the map is the same as the original game, but, there are lots of laugh out loud moments, and I would say probably more than the Stick Of Truth. There are also more puzzle mechanics and the combat overhaul is tons of fun. The character progression is also fun to tweak around and you're not constantly going through inventory to equip the newest gear drop every 5 minutes, which is also a welcome change. If you enjoyed the original or are a SouthPark fan, you'll enjoy the game enough to warrant a purchase and full play through.

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Im a big southpark fan... the games alright, i only played like 5 hrs so far. Kinda bored so far, i hope it gets better cause so far its just more of the same as the first game and not as funny.

Much of the story content i seen is just rehash of episodes from the last couple years. The combat is slightly better since you can move around a bit but its still pretty much shit. I'll finish the game for sure though, its still funny just kinda feels like i've seen it all before.

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"Few laugh out loud moments" - I don't know, between the Difficulty Slider, Seaman and Swallows, and Jared Fogle attacking kids with his Five Dollar Footlong, I laughed quite a lot.

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Just because there is a lack of titles currently, doesn't mean this title should get a automatic high score for being okay. No replay value, Lack of content, compared to the first title.

It might seem like Matt Stone and Tray Parker had less involvement in this title as you won't be doing the crazy things you did in the first, I can't remember a time in the game where i thought, damn that's crazy or over the top like South park does, just didn't seem like i was playing a South Park game.


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I loved The Stick of Truth. It was a funny game pretending to be an RPG.

The Fractured but Whole is an RPG that forgets to be funny....and I don't like it.

The battle system is fiddly and awful, everything from main missions to collectables and side quests feel like tedious dragged out busy work, and the humor is so tame that it might as well be a Care Bears/My Little Pony game...

Where's the farting on Nazi fetuses? Or the mission through Mr. Slave's gay intestines to stop a nuclear explosion? Not here, that's for sure.

I don't hate the game, but unlike the first one, it doesn't feel as though much thought went in to the latest installment. It's South Park by less-than-numbers, and that's not how South Park should be.

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I don't watch south the homos park or will ever spend a dime on this perverted crap!

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@spockinator: Let me get this right, So you just come to chat room about a title you don't want or ever will play just to state you won't play it or like it, just to say your opinion?

Something is really wrong with your DNA
Have a nice day.

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@Popa2caps: All my screws are tight unlike yours and I am having a great day!

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@Popa2caps: My DNA is very good in fact, youngest daughter is an artistic genius, oldest daughter is a math genius, Son was a jet fighter pilot which requires perfect health, in fact he never even had a cavity which would have disqualified him for jet fighter pilot, although you are wrong on the DNA probably a reference to my intelligence, you are right about never playing homosexual crap! Another one I don't like is GTA, have never played it, never will play it and none of my family will ever play anything that disrespects law enforcement (I'm not a cop). I just thought I would throw another log on the fire.

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@spockinator: Hey. Breath man. Your decision of refusing fun and pleasure is your choice. Coming here to babble about it though, proves that you are not comfortable with your decisions, or/and that you are jealous of all those gamers enjoying there favorite games while you are not.

You seem stuck in the 20s.

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@spockinator: Why did you reply to me twice? Let me tell you what i think why and tell me if i'm close.
Please read this next part like you're Cartmen (The Coon)

You didn't know how to respond, never having this type of message before, so you came up with the oldest trick in the book
"All my screws are tight unlike yours and I am having a great day!"
You thought it would do while you came up with the next part of the puzzle

"Cover Story, why i'm smart"
First comment was a diversion tactic. You then spent the next 9 hours thinking of a master plan, and then it hit you, "fake family". You wasted no time in creating this reply you even thought of a back story.

The above was a my take on Cartmen CSI,
but what i really think is

Your story has too many holes, You're still missing DNA
With how much DNA you're lacking i bet you always have nice days.

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@Popa2caps: Of course you are absolutely right - who can dispute such genius!

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@spockinator: I just looked up if having a cavalry means you can't be a fighter pilot. Turns out having an air pocket under a filling would be the only issue. That means you're either uninformed seeing that you're not the actual pilot, or you're just trolling either way, I've wasted enough of my time on this....

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@candycoat89: this was a few years ago about 20, today the standards are different but the cavity ( not calvary ) still stands.

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@spockinator: Ok you definitely have a few screws loose...

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@spockinator: This is satire, not perversion. Perversion is Bruce Jenner cutting off his old fella!

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An amazing improvement upon the first installment and genuinely funny.

having a great time.

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Anybody has this issue on PS4 where the controller stops responding and only a hard shutdown can fix it?

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Had some real Lol moments with the game loving it so far.

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£50

jog on

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"Few laugh out loud moments"

Shouldnt this be The Good or does it mean few as in not enough :)

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@dudebropartyyo: look the review recap...

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@dudebropartyyo: well logic says if you aren't loling then it's a bad thing, correct??

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What's up with the video review? It either sticks on the advert, or goes to the first frame of the video for a while, then skips to the end showing the grid of videos to play next. My internet connection is fine. Is this one of those issues with Gamespot, rather than being a problem my end?

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@swimbearuk: Seems to be a compatibility issue. Worked fine on another device.

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I really liked the last game's RPG combat, the change in this one seems worrisome. I also think South Park has gone down in quality over the last 3 or 4 years. It was better when it was edgier and less political, so I am skeptical of what I will find in this game.

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@P00DGE: it's still turned based rpg combat. There's an extra layer of strategy that's really cool with the introduction of grid based character movement. I miss the simple mario rpg style of a timed button press to buff attacks or reduce damage. It DOES exist, but it's tied to different powers and resembles more quick time events making them more difficult to pull off. That's not necessarily bad.

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@P00DGE: Agreed, I haven't really liked South Park as much since they basically became a political show mocking current events. We get enough of that all over TV.

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@greaseman1985: they’ve always done that...

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@restatbonfire: not to the same degree...

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@greaseman1985: At least they haven't turned into a liberal paradise like SNL and others.

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@springdaddy: ah... "liberal"... it doesn't mean what you think it means..

Don't respond

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@springdaddy: Actually they did... I stopped watching the series... it is full with liberal PC crap all over it... it is not fun anymore...
Where are the kids who used to do silly things and go on crazy adventures...
What we got today is a liberal PC crap which keeps on going from one season to the next. It is mostly annoying with maybe few rare moments of fun.

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@springdaddy: You don't have to be a liberal to see how ridiculous Trump is.

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@greaseman1985: That doesn't mean it makes for good TV all the time. In the past, South Park maybe had 2 political episodes in an entire season (and seasons were a lot longer). The rest of the episodes were parodies of pop culture, movies, celebrities, sex jokes and self referencing humor.

Now it is the Randy Show, in which he is up to some new political shenanigan every week. The show is TOO current now too. Every single episode is topical to the point that if you don't keep up on trending news, episodes aren't funny anymore. I personally don't like watching the news or reading about current events. It is exhausting, and now so is South Park.

Just give me back a show that lampooned Lord of the Rings and other movies, video games, had fart jokes, and maybe every once in a while dealt with something political that happened in the last week or two.

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@P00DGE: I don't keep up with Lord of the Rings. Would be so boring.

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@greaseman1985: You dont have to be a republican either to see how rediculas hillary wouldve been thanks nice day

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@Gladestone1: A rock would've made a better president than Trump.

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@Gladestone1: What I notice when people try to defend Trump, the only way they can do so is to say that somebody else would have been worse. In Hillary's case that's sort of a reduction to absurdity considering we will never find out. Its almost admitting that you have nothing positive about Trump to rebuttal with. Like when Kobe Bryant was confronted about cheating on his wife..... He couldn't deny it because it was obviously true, so he just threw Shaq under the bus for doing the same thing. Then you butcher the spelling of ridiculous. LMAO....Classic!

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@craigtl: So your argument is spelling wow thats original.People who defend hillary like yourself are a joke..You just trash trump because she lost an wrote a book called what happen, thats a even bigger joke..You liberals are pathetic..Still upset after a year that the man is in the white house..Still crying also..Have a nice day..Oh an keep using spelling as a crock, really oldest stupid argument on the net..

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@Gladestone1: Wow, everyday Trump supporters always get it WRONG. What a bunch of retards that can't read.

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@Gladestone1: Why do you Trumptards keep mentioning Hillary every time someone talks about how horrible Trump is? Get over it, she's not the president. Concentrate on your poor excuse of a president. Hillary is not in the conversation.

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@greaseman1985:

Im not going to bring up real facts not cnn facts, Like you liberals love to here..

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@Gladestone1: I didn't defend anyone, if you had any reading comprehension skills. All I did was poke fun at your comment a little bit, nothing more. The only thing I trashed was your reply. I also find it ironic that you say I'm crying. You wearing your emotions on this South Park article seems more like a cry doesn't it? I also just thought it was funny that you didn't take the time to use the automated spell check..... I can only assume that not only are you not that smart, but you are also lazy. Its not an argument, I'm just making an observation. Relax guy, I'm just teasing you. Its not that serious.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole

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