In the lead-up to E3, we’re counting down with our most anticipated titles. You can find out when all the press conferences are taking place in Australian/NZ times HERE.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s wonderfully twisted take on society, politics and all things pop culture has seen a handful of video game adaptations. What’s hard to deny is that The Stick of Truth, developed in 2014 by Obsidian (who aren’t returning for the sequel), rests at the top of the heap, with its bare bones, accessible role-playing format and laugh-a-minute pacing.
The long-awaited follow-up, The Fractured But Whole, has seen lengthy delays in its development, but I dare say it’s going to push the envelope even more than the original did; not that we saw all that much of it, thanks to the adorable crying koala censorship screens that, honestly, wound up being even funnier than the scenes they replaced.