Dos criadores de South Park, Trey Parker e Matt Stone, chega South Park: A Fenda que Abunda Força, a sequência do premiado jogo de 2014 South Park: O Cajado da Verdade. Os jogadores assumirão mais uma vez o papel do Novato e se juntarão a Stan, Kyle, Kenny e Cartman em um RPG de aventura extremamente hilário e ultrajante.
Em South Park: A Fenda que Abunda Força, os jogadores terão que combater os criminosos de South Park com Guaxinim e Amigos. Esse grupo de justiceiros obstinados foi criado por Eric Cartman, o Guaxinim, um super-herói que é metade homem, metade guaxinim. Como Novato, os jogadores se juntarão a Mysterion, Ferramenta, Pipa Humana e muitos outros para combater as forças do mal enquanto o Guaxinim fará de tudo para que eles se tornem o grupo de heróis mais amados do mundo.
South Park™: The Fractured But Whole™ será localizado parcialmente em português.
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I originally bought this because it came with the first game in the series: The Stick Of Truth. Like I usually do, I played through The Stick of Truth first, being the first game, and I really enjoyed it. So now having played through the first I looked forward to Fractured But Whole. While I did enjoy the story, the combat was something different to me, as I'm not used to grid based combat. I wish they would've kept the blocking mechanic from the first one, but overall it was a great game, with great story and narrative. If you're a fan of the show, I would recommend buying the copy that comes with both games. Very funny and it feels like you're part of the show!
At release of the game, I was excited. With the first game lingering in my tongue for more, I couldn't wait to jump into the sequel in hopes or more laughs and outrageous and memorable moments. The humor was there. But I felt a little lacked at the outrageous moments. Though there were moments but none that seemed to make me want to go tell my friends about it. But the comedy was there and I had quite a bit of chuckles which I would like to think makes up for it. The gameplay begins to get a little repetitive. Walking around the town of South Park was starting to make me feel like majority of my gameplay time was devoted to exactly that. There is warp zones around the area but even with that, I couldn't escape the sense of constant walking. Then there were the missions where you weren't allowed to use the warps. Ugh. The game was also too easy. When there was a puzzle to be solved, within 30 secs, you will get a helpful "tip" from one of the characters. They weren't tips though. Straight forward answers on how to solve your problem. So yeah, easy. The combat was sub par. Didn't really feel challenged except for a couple of boss fights. But the only reason those were a challenge was because they were able to kill you in 2 hits or less. But the diverse super powers from yourself and the other kids made it interesting. I give this game 4 out of 5 because of sheer entertainment. It's not a game I felt I was challenged in but more of a long and interactive episode of South Park. Graphics: 5/5 Exactly like the show Gameplay: 3/5 Simple and dull Combat: 4/5 Because of the diversity. It's fun to mix and match Replayability:1/5 Once is enough Story: 5/5 I'm not sure how to describe the story. It made sense but no sense.
Game is great if you keep up to date on the show has a lot of jokes from recent series but also a great RPG game with surprisingly good gameplay. Not a big improvement from the first one but scratches the itch if your a fan of the show. Just a long interactive episode of south park
Stick of Truth was pretty good game. While gameplay itself was incredibly basic and simple turn-based combat, the graphics, sound and plot were top-notch and more or less better than what the show had to offer for last seasons (except a couple of episodes here and there). Here graphics are as amazing and gameplay got slight overhaul. While it is still turn based, what got added is placement of units, meaning you move on the grid, with some fixes here and there. What got worse, however, is the plot, which while not bad, feels weaker than Stick of Truth, although it is better than what the show had to give last 2 or 3 seasons. Still, more or less what makes this game slightly weaker is that other than superhero dc/marvel mash-up fall out, there is not much new over here, so if you didn't like the first game, you won't fall in love with this one. This game is more of the same, and by more I mean it - there are little more SQ, puzzles and overall side activities than in the first, making it from 10-12 hours up to even something around 25. The problem is that if you want 100%, it falls into the pit of many RPGs, meaning some of the side activities are simple and boring checkbox, like the coon instagram thingie. Funny comments and all, but it is overglorified quest to make screenshots. This game is as offensive as South Park gets, so if you're not a fan of the show, it will be instant 5-6 out of 10 for you, because sooner or later you will get offended and won't stand this game. It is as great of a fanservice as the first, though, so if you liked the first game or the show, it should be instabuy for you, although beware, because there are plenty of annoying bugs. Overall, if you're fan of the show, get it now, you won't regret one minute spent with it. If you're looking just for a game to play, you might have some fun with it, but it is mostly all about fanservice. From me, 8/10.
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