South Park: The Fractured but Whole
South Park: The Fractured but Whole
Most of the cut-scenes in the game are skippable, but the opening cut-scene is a special case. If you try to skip it the first few times, Cartman will chastise you for doing so and the cutscene will continue to play. If you continue to try the skip the cutscene, Cartman will finally give in. However, it'll go straight to the closing credits instead.
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If the player tries to enter a code in the game without getting it first, Cartman will appear dressed up as Patriots coach Bill Belichick and will comment the following.

"Hey Tom Brady, do you wanna play the game or do you wanna be known as a smug cheating bitch the rest of your life?"
"Okay so I guess you wanna Tom Brady through the whole game, what's the matter? Can't do it on your own?"
"Is this fun for you, Tom Brady?"
"You broke the rules rules rules"

This is a reference to the South Park season 19 episode "Stunning and Brave".
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According to Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the script for Fractured But Whole is over 360 pages, the size of two feature film scripts.
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To improve on the previous game, The Stick of Truth, series creator, Trey Parker, watched YouTube let's player PewDiePie's run of The Stick of Truth to see what worked and what didn't.
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The game was originally going to be called "The Butt Hole of Time", however after being told that retailers wouldn't allow the term "butt hole" to be sold on shelves, the series creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, instead decided on "The Fractured but Whole".
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