South Park: The Fractured But Whole Switch Review

Yes! South Park is now available on the Nintendo Switch. Now you can be insulted and grossed out on another platform by The Fractured But Whole experience. As the game was released nearing the end of last year, we already wrote a review on the game. Which you can see…

The Crit

Story - 88%
Graphics - 76%
Audio - 79%
Gameplay - 81%
Replayability - 85%

82%

User Rating: 3.85 ( 1 votes)

Yes! South Park is now available on the Nintendo Switch. Now you can be insulted and grossed out on another platform by The Fractured But Whole experience.

As the game was released nearing the end of last year, we already wrote a review on the game. Which you can see here (Review), so for this review instead we will look at what makes it different on the Switch and how it compares.

At first glance there seems to be little to none differences on the Nintendo Switch version. The console does have a lot of RPG and turn based titles so it will be no easy feat for the game to make an impact. The game does though and even people who are not fans of the series will love this games, purely for the fact that everything works in the game, the characters, the combat, the RPG elements, everything just pulls you in more and makes you want to play more.

You will get offended! Fart jokes are used in abundance and being grossed out will start to feel normal. The game stays true to the South Park style and succeeds in delivering a solid game. The one place where the Nintendo Switch does fall short a bit is at loading screens. The loading screen can feel like it takes forever and a bit to often as well but other than this the game runs perfectly on the console. On top of this, if you take into account that the Switch makes the game to be enjoyed anywhere and, on the go, it makes it a great platform to have the game on. All the DLC are also available on the Switch.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a great title and a massive leap from The Stick of Truth. The game shows great promise for the series and everyone in my opinion should give this game a go, even if you feel that you will be offended, that is the point.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: Switch
Available on: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
Genre: RPG
Age Rating: Mature + 
Publisher/Developer: Ubisoft
Estimated RRP: R805
Release Date: 24 April 2018

Likes

  • Great system
  • Everything works

Dislikes

  • So many fart jokes
  • Loading times

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