THQ Nordic held a digital showcase yesterday where they revealed several titles now in production under their umbrella. One is what appears to be a co-op multiplayer battle game…starring the characters from South Park.
It’s been a long, loooong time since Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s South Park ran regular episodes — the show went on an extended break once the pandemic started, only appearing in one-hour “specials” to address the situation. Two more specials produced exclusively for Paramount+ went into it deeper, depicting a middle-aged Stan and Kyle in a dark future. Now, for the first time since 2019, regular half-hour episodes are once again premiering on their original home, Comedy Central — and there’s no mention of the pandemic at all in these, even though it’s still around. If they were just feeling tired of it, I don’t blame them.
Chimera Pigs are pigs are real now. They use to be a Science fiction fantasy but these genetically modified hogs exist now. Looking back at my family history, Most of my elderly relatives who passed away died of Organ failure. Trying to find an organ donor is a struggle for people. Yes, some people donate their organs for people in need but the majority of Organ donors are still alive. Their organs are only harvested if they died from an accident or any cause. Another problem is that not all people have the same blood type.
South Park: Stick of Truth was a big surprise when it was announced, then it was an even bigger surprise when the game turned out to be one of the greatest RPGs ever made. So when the sequel, South Park: Fractured But Whole was announced, no one was too surprised, until it kept getting delayed. The game was supposed to release last year, then early this year, and then it got delayed again. But now, we know for sure when it’s coming.
Good news for South Park fans, a new South Park video game titled, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, is set to be released sometime in 2017. The game follows the hit 2014 game, South Park: The Stick of Truth. Fractured But Whole should do very well with fans, much like its 2014 predecessor, and will likely garner positive reviews critics. The game is being published by Ubisoft for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows.
Ubisoft revealed a new gameplay trailer for South Park: The Fractured But Whole at this year’s Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. You can check out the new video in the player below.
During the South Park 20th Anniversary special at San Diego Comic Con, a fan asked co-creator Trey Parker about whether the upcoming season would spoof the now mega popular Pokemon GO. Parker had a very interesting reply:
In light of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone appearing at the “20th Years of South Park” panel today at the San Diego Comic-Con, Ubisoft revealed a new behind-the-scenes video for the next upcoming South Park game, South Park: The Fractured But Whole.
Earlier this week a mid-2000’s South Park game, completely unknown to the public beforehand, was revealed in a YouTube video that quickly went viral. The two you see below (who run a Web video series called “Happy Console Gamer”) picked up a developer’s XBox (the original) at a trade show and discovered, among other unreleased things, the game showcased in the video below.
The South Park RPG gets a confirmed title, release date and trailer at E3.
A new game based on the popular TV show “South Park” has been revealed!