And there's a new trailer, too
With South Park: The Fractured But Whole proving that turn-based RPGs set in Colorado’s most famous made-up town really can work - and work really well, at that - it was only a matter of time before the original made its way onto Nintendo Switch. Originally developed by Obsidian - of Fallout: New Vegas and Pillars of Eternity fame -...
Enter the fantasy world of the fourth-grade
In July, a Ubisoft financial report revealed South Park: The Stick of Truth would be released exclusively on the Switch eShop this September. Apparently, it wasn't a joke, with Ubisoft and South Park Digital Studios now announcing the first turn-based RPG will arrive next week, on the 25th, for the...
And there's a new trailer, too
South Park: The Fractured But Whole's DLC expansion - Bring the Crunch - is now available to download, and we have a brand new trailer to celebrate. Bring the Crunch adds a whole new story campaign and the 'Final Girl' superhero class to the main game. Your newest buddy, Mint-Berry Crunch, has just arrived from his...
Includes new campaign and a new class
In addition to the news about South Park: The Stick of Truth arriving on the Switch eShop some point before September, Ubisoft and South Park Digital Studios have announced the second story DLC pack for South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be released on the Nintendo Switch on 31st July. ‘Bring the...
Embark on an epic quest
Earlier this year in April, Ubisoft released South Park: The Fractured But Whole on the Switch. As satisfying as the bad-mannered turn-based RPG might have been, it didn’t hide the fact the original game was still unplayable on Nintendo’s latest device. Now, in its latest financial report, Ubisoft looks to be rectifying...
'Call on me' bug will be no more
According to a message received by Twitter user @kooldjmic, Ubisoft has confirmed that a save file-corrupting bug found in South Park: The Fractured But Whole will be fixed in the game's next update. The bug has been discovered by countless players since the game's release last week
It’s super cereal
Nintendo Switch is hardly wanting when it comes to turn-based RPGs. In fact, it’s positively teeming with them, so South Park: The Fractured But Whole finds itself having to prove its existence on two very different fronts. It has to be both a worthy sequel to 2014’s brilliant The Stick of Truth and show its handheld...
Screw you guys, I'm going home
South Park has a long history with Nintendo. The first licensed video game based on the cult TV show was for the Nintendo 64, and several sequels also appeared on the console. However, in recent years the franchise has remained off-limits for Nintendo fans, which is perhaps why the following tweet got people so...
South Park has had its share of dodgy games, including that rubbish one with snowballs as weapons on Nintendo 64 - c'mon, you know it sucked, admit it - though some reckon The Stick of Truth is a decent effort; not that Nintendo gamers had a chance to play that one. It seems, though, that a particularly ambitious project bit the dust in a past...
Praise from all corners
South Park: The Stick of Truth is an RPG based on the adult cartoon series, and one that's had a troubled and challenging development history to date. It is coming, though, and is a project with the full involvement of series creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. During a panel at Comic-Con, the two writers behind the...
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