Many stories would come across as sophomoric and repulsive for featuring a minigame that involves using multiple toilets in a quiet mountain town. That actually could apply to a South Park game too, but at least it’s in keeping with the source material.
South Park: The Fractured but Whole
Sequel to The Stick of Truth, Coon and Friends take the stage in The Fractured but Whole. *snigger*
All characters and events in this review — even those based on real people — are entirely fictional. All celebrity comments are impersonated… poorly. The following review contains coarse language and due to its content should not be viewed by anyone.
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