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South Park: The Fractured But Whole looks side-splittingly good

Ubisoft is known for blockbuster titles. In 2014, it released Game of the Year South Park: The Stick of Truth. This game happened to be one of the funniest games I have ever played. Beyond the hilarity that ensued from a character named Douchebag, who could be a super sneaky Jew-class character, The Stick of Truth combined fantastic visuals, a one-of-a-kind tongue-in-cheek story and classic RPG gameplay that you would come to expect from the folks at Obsidian.

Fast forward to the E3 in 2015. The guys from South Park Studios showed up to announce a new title, with an even funnier name: The Fractured But Whole. The trailer was both hilarious and exciting.

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Now, as this year's E3 comes to a close, we have new gameplay footage and a trailer showing us a the base of the story. The Fractured But Whole takes shots at comic book publishers Marvel and DC. In the trailer below, you will see The Coon (Cartman) and Friends in the Coon Cave plotting their destiny as actors in superhero movies. A disagreement between Mysterion (Kenny), The Coon and The Human Kite (Kyle) over who will appear in what movies, and Mysterion is not happy about his role.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is set to release on Dec. 6 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. If you digitally pre-order, you will be instantly gifted a copy of South Park: The Stick of Truth. Not a bad deal. if you ask me.

That name -- The Fractured But Whole -- just makes my ass hurt saying it.

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A proud native of Boston Ma, Billy Nichols is often referred to as "Boston's Favorite Gamer"​ by his peers and community alike. Arriving on the scene in 2009, Billy has been published by the likes of SFX-360, Analoghype, The Electric Sistahood, and Shifted Productions. He is the Co-Founder Team Limit-Break, and Boston Stack Leader for Military charity Stack-Up.