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South Park: Fractured But Whole game finally gets a date

South Park: Fractured But Whole game finally gets a date

Superheroes have been big this year and the last, which means they’re great targets for criticisms and parodies. One such treatment, however, is going to have to wait for nearly half a year to be hear. Yep, the awaited next South Park game is indeed coming Q1 next year, and at the latest of the late in that quarter. Of course, it could have been worse. The game could have been shelved, considering Ubisoft’s somewhat precarious business situation at the moment.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole delayed into 2017

South Park: The Fractured But Whole delayed into 2017

We've got some sour news for those who are looking forward to the next South Park game, as Ubisoft has announced that South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been delayed. Originally scheduled to launch in December, it now won't see release until 2017. Ubisoft revealed the delay earlier today in short post on its blog.

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‘South Park: Fractured but Whole’ video shows off 15 mins of gameplay

‘South Park: Fractured but Whole’ video shows off 15 mins of gameplay

In case you forgot, there’s a new South Park video game in the pipeline, and as of late last month we finally started getting details about it. Called “South Park: The Fractured But Whole,” the game will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and is a sequel to “The Stick of Truth.” You won't be able to get your hands on the game for a few more months, but ahead of its release is a new video showing off a solid fifteen minutes of gameplay footage.

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South Park season 18 starts tonight: Xbox One is ready

South Park season 18 starts tonight: Xbox One is ready

Supposing you’re one of the thousands of citizens of the United States of America that forgoes cable TV here in 2014, you might be seeking out an alternate source for South Park tonight - or tomorrow morning. The 18th season of the series premieres this evening, after all. Lucky you, you Xbox One-owning user - the Comedy Central app launches this week.

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Explore South Park in VR from your browser or Oculus Rift

Explore South Park in VR from your browser or Oculus Rift

It’s finally time for you to gain a perfect understanding of how the town of South Park Colorado is set up. The developers at a group called "Tool" have created a VR experience out of the television show, allowing it to be seen by both the web browser and the VR headset Oculus Rift. It’s open, it’s free, and it’s up for viewing right this minute.

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South Park: The Stick of Truth video game now available

South Park: The Stick of Truth video game now available

If you are a fan of the animated show South Park, a new game based on the show is now available to purchase. The launch trailer for the game debuted last month and was a whopping 13 minutes long. If you liked what you saw on that trailer, you can now purchase the game.

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South Park Stick of Truth gameplay trailer dropped: 13 minutes of it

South Park Stick of Truth gameplay trailer dropped: 13 minutes of it

This afternoon the folks at Ubisoft have shared 13 minutes of gameplay from the game South Park: The Stick of Truth. While we've seen our fair share of comments on how this game would be stuck in developmental heck for extended periods of time, all signs now point toward a scheduled release, believe it or not. Today we get to meet the New Kid - aka you, the player of the game - as he meets the guys and starts his journey in this very episode-like game.

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South Park video game censored: replaced by Crying Koala

South Park video game censored: replaced by Crying Koala

The comedic tendencies and control the creators of South Park have over all of their products runs deep. This point is made clear in the bit of info coming in from Australia this week about their newest video game called South Park: The Stick of Truth surrounding the censoring going on in the country's vision for purity.

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South Park’s Trey Parker says nay to DLC for “Stick of Truth”

South Park’s Trey Parker says nay to DLC for “Stick of Truth”

Add this one to your ever-growing book of video game enthusiasts against downloadable additions (DLC) to video games connected to the internet: Trey Parker says no to the whole mess for The Stick of Truth. The South Park-themed game will be released by the end of this year - right in time for the holiday season - but it'll be cut to a standard size where its creators originally slated it to have so much content it would have taken many, many years to complete.

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South Park: The Game delayed until 2013

South Park: The Game delayed until 2013

Bad luck if you you were hoping to get South Park: The Game for Christmas, as the anticipated title becomes the latest in a string of high-profile games to be delayed into 2013. THQ buried the news in its fiscal 2012 financial results, pushing the release date back from the second half of 2012, as original intended, to last quarter of the 2013 financial year, which means sometime between January 1 and March 31 2013.

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South Park On Demand launches in UK

South Park On Demand launches in UK

Getting access to TV shows on demand and via services like Hulu has become easier over the years, but there have always been a few international restrictions. South Park is shown for free on Comedy Central’s website after it airs, but if you don’t live in America, you can’t access the episode thanks to geographical restrictions. Comedy Central and South Park Digital Studios are hoping to please UK fans by bringing back full episodes with the launch of South Park On Demand for the UK.

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South Park creators reveal MPAA corruption in plain english

South Park creators reveal MPAA corruption in plain english

The creators of the hit cartoon series South Park, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, did an interview at the Paley Center in which they revealed some shocking allegations of mis-deeds of the MPAA. This video is one of many in which these two fellows let loose on a variety of groups (as they're prone to do), but the MPAA clip has begun to gain significant traffic this week as the MPAA finds its name popping up in relation to the Megaupload saga as well as the soon to be released movie "Bully" which will be released without the MPAA's approval. Have a peek at what this pair of foul-mouthed miscreants has to say about how seemingly corrupt the MPAA appears to have gotten.

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